A family-run national children’s charity providing active support for children with drug-resistant epilepsy and their parents/carers. The charity was set up in memory of our daughter Daisy who tragically died at 6 years of age from SUDEP (sudden unexpected death in epilepsy patients). We provide NHS hospitals with ketogenic dietitians - a medically recognised and accepted way of treating drug resistant epilepsy. This diet is not widely available on the NHS due to lack of funding. We also provide grants for night-time breathing monitors to children with drug-resistant epilepsy.
21 May 2017
The Stirling Marathon
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I am running the Stirling Marathon to raise money for The Daisy Garland Fund for a friends son who was diagnosed with a rare brain condition (hemimegalencephaly) with he was 7 weeks old). He has undergone 3 brain operations (hemispherectomies) and initially could have 100 seizures per day when he was diagnosed.
The Daisy Garland Fund helps by funding the ketogenic diet that he is now on, and the stats monitor he required though the night.
Any donation you can make is greatly appreciated.
john £10.00 (+ £2.50 giftaid)
02.02.17 go lynne
Lynne Braidwood £20.00 (+ £5.00 giftaid)
05.12.16 I'll make sure there's no cheating!
Fiona Ritchie £5.00 (+ £1.25 giftaid)
28.11.16 Good luck with your fund raising
Emma Hemmins £10.00 (+ £2.50 giftaid)
25.11.16 Good luck, you're nuts! ;) xxx
Christie £10.00 (+ £2.50 giftaid)
25.11.16 Thanks for lifts from MAC