More Families with children with special needs that need funding

 

boy1=== girl1

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These children are the same family. The young boy is aged approx 7 years old and his sister approx 3 years old. They suffer from the same disability. The young boy has progressed now to being fed through his stomach and cannot walk or talk at all. The illness has progressed through his body. Brenda, one of our Campaign members earlier this year spent a few hours with him and said what a difference it would make to him to be merely stimulated. Expert help could do this. Again the family CANNOT AFFORD IT.

His sister is 3 year old and is already showing symptoms of the illness. She cannot walk and already her legs and feet are turning in all directions as did her brothers at an early age.

PLEASE, PLEASE HELP THIS FAMILY OR ANY OTHER IF YOU CAN. CLICK THE DONATION BUTTON BELOW. RECEIPTS CAN BE GIVEN

 

girl2===john1

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These 2 children are from a family of 3 and again have severe learning disabilities.

The family dearly wish for them to be able to communicate with other children. Unfortunately like most children in the Camp with problems, they are stuck at home all the time and need to be able to interact with other children at a specialist school to gain their social skills.

They have no one else to ask for help. PLEASE CONSIDER HELPING THEM.

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On John's knees, one of the Founders of GPHRC sits a young baby girl.She has serious disabilities and does not respond to any human touch really.She desparately needs special skills to bring her out into the world of human touch and response.

PLEASE CONSIDER HELPING HER OR ONE OF THE OTHER FAMILIES. AGAIN RECEIPTS CAN BE PROVIDED.

 

appeal5===boy2

Pic 5

Another photograph of the young girl. You will see she is kneeling as she has no use of her legs

Pic 6

This is a photograph taken by GPHRC last year with one of our fairy dresses we donated. She still had it a few weeks ago when we visited again.

This young child is handicapped and needs help with funding for a wheelchair and special adaptations for the house. She has no control over her body functions either.

PLEASE HELP HER IF YOU CAN

 

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