Mighty Malachi

Raising funds for equipment, therapy and adaptations to help Malachi be as mighty as he possibly can be!

Total raised
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67 donations

Recent donations

£35.00 from Matt Wrist Band Moulder
£10.00 from Craig, Maria & kids x
"Sorry I'm late well done you.xx "
£20.00 from Gemma and Brad Jones
£25.00 from Anonymous
"Congratulations xxxx"
£10.00 from Anonymous
"Well done babes.x "
£10.00 from Anonymous
£10.00 from Pat Reynolds
£20.00 from Dad & Fran
"Doing it for mighty Malachi, so proud of you Claire xx"
£30.00 from Anonymous
"All the best! Do it for Malachi."
£20.00 from Anonymous
£5.00 from Anonymous
£5.00 from Anonymous
£20.00 from Heather & Trevor Smith
£5.00 from Becky Turbyfield
£5.00 from Steve Parr
£20.00 from Anonymous
"Go Claire! "
£16.08 from Lindy
"Run Forest, run! Good luck lovely lady. No doubts you'll smash it. Shazza, im indoors and Jimbo xxx"
£10.00 from Anonymous
"Good luck, amazing cause xx"
£5.00 from Lorna Tingle
"Not long now! Good luck, well done for training so hard for such a good cause. Proud of you xx"
£15.00 from Lil sis
"Go girl x"
£10.00 from Linda
"Good luck Claire... You'll be amazing! Xx"
£50.00 from Julie & Rob McAdoo
"Good luck babe, you'll smash it! "
£5.00 from Anonymous
"Good luck "
£10.00 from Mum X
"Good luck! Great Cause "
£5.00 from Dee J
"Good luck Claire!! X"
£8.92 from Jo and Theo
"Lovely, good luck xxx"
£5.00 from Tan x
"Good luck clariss x x"
£20.00 from Anonymous
"Good luck"
£30.00 from Glenn x
£HIDDEN from Anonymous
"Sending lots of love! "
£20.00 from The Jacobs tribe
"Great cause! "
£20.00 from Nick P

Malachi is aged 5 from Hucclecote in Gloucestershire. He became ill at 6 weeks old and stopped breathing several times ending up on a ventilator for nine days. It was discovered that his brain had not received enough blood or oxygen leaving him with a severe brain injury.

The prognosis was very uncertain and the list of possible affected areas long. He has been left with seizures, sight impairment, cerebral palsy, eating and sleeping issues, global development delay and severe reflux. This all affects his life every minute of every day.

The great news is Malachi is a happy smiley champ who has learnt to sit up and say single words. He loves cars and playing with his big brother. We are raising money for more intensive physiotherapy to help him move more freely, for equipment and adaptations which help him to engage in life more fully and other therapies to help him in developing more skills.

Malachi loves life and is developing every day – let’s support him!