Harry&CP's SDR Hope
Thank you for taking the time to view my page and read our story.
My name is Harry and I’m a cheeky 4-year-old boy living with quadriplegic cerebral palsy. I love Fireman Sam, dinosaurs and Peppa Pig. One of my biggest dreams is to jump up and down in muddy puddles like Peppa! Whist I am doing amazing and have learnt to walk short distances at home I still struggle with my balance, standing up unaided, walking outside, steps and simple tasks that affect my everyday life.
Harry was born 6 weeks early and was later diagnosed with cerebral palsy caused by a stroke. Cerebral palsy is a condition that affects movement, posture, co-ordination and balance caused by a problem in the brain that occurs before, during or soon after birth.
We are fundraising so Harry can have SDR which will be life-changing for him. Selective dorsal rhizotomy (SDR) surgery will decrease spasticity and stiffness allowing him to use his body in a whole new way. We are hoping to fundraise for this, the intensive physiotherapy programme that follows surgery, equipment, many different therapies and any adaptation/accessibility needs in the home.
Any donations are greatly appreciated and we can’t thank you for enough for making Harry's dream of a life without limits come true.
Thank you again from Harry, Alex and Carla xxx
If we raise insufficient funds, or surplus funds, then the funds will be used, if appropriate, to fund support for our child’s needs in accordance with Tree of Hope’s charitable objects. If in those circumstances we are unable to use all or part of the funds for the benefit of our child in accordance with Tree of Hope’s charitable objects, then any funds that cannot be used will be transferred to be used for the general charitable purposes of Tree of Hope.