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Tyler’s Story – Tyler’s wish to walk

More than anything else, Tyler wants to be able to walk. Tyler was born prematurely in Basildon, Essex and as a result of this he has four limb cerebral palsy and epilepsy. 
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Lea’s Story – Happy, lively and beautiful daughter

Our happy, lively and beautiful daughter Lea from Ipswich was born with plagiocephaly commonly called flat head syndrome and torticollis. We are currently undergoing physiotherapy and swimming sessions to help with the torticollis hoping that this would also improve the plagiocephaly.  
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Lea's Story – Happy, lively and beautiful daughter. Our happy, lively and beautiful daughter Lea from Ipswich was born with plagiocephaly commonly called flat head syndrome and torticollis. We are currently undergoing physiotherapy and swimming sessions to help with the torticollis hoping that ...
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Corey-Jaii’s Story - Corey-Jaii’s journey

My beautiful son Corey-jaii was born in August 2013 in Camberley, Surrey weighing a healthy 6lb 11oz. Shock to myself and family was Corey-Jaii having to spend his first 7/8 weeks in a special care unit in Frimley Park Hospital. It was the most traumatic experience of my life for the first few months of Corey-Jaii being in the world. 
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Charlotte’s Story – Charlotte’s challenge SDR

This is our very precious and amazing daughter Charlotte Vanessa Chloé from Welling in Kent whom, with her identical twin Amelia Louise Chloé, has already survived a life threatening condition whilst they were still in the womb called Twin to Twin Transfusion Syndrome (TTTS) for which I had to have laser ablation surgery at 17 weeks pregnant. 
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Cara’s Story - Cara’s dreams

Our daughter is 5 years old from Newport in Gwent. Every day is a day treasured and we live for the moment because that's all you can live for! Cara was diagnosed with cystic fibrosis at birth, and like many people we did not have a clue what that was. 
We found out that our precious little girl had a life long threatening disease which would affect her internal organs, her mobility, her lifestyle and her life expectancy.
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Cara's Story – Cara's dreams. Our daughter is 5 years old from Newport in Gwent. Every day is a day treasured and we live for the moment because that's all you can live for! Cara was diagnosed with cystic fibrosis at birth, and like many people we did not have a clue what that was.
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Kayden’s Story – Kayden’s wish to walk

Hello, my name is Kayden and I am 3 years old from Thurso in the Higlands. I was diagnosed with Spastic Diplegic Cerebral Palsy when I was 15 months old. This means that the muscles in my legs are so tight I'm unable to straighten them making it difficult for me to do simple things like sitting on the floor with my legs out front of me, standing or walking on my own.
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Autumn-Lily’s Story – Autumn-Lily’s miracle journey

My name is Amber-Rose and I am Autumn-Lily’s big sister. Autumn-Lily also has a big brother called Rueben who adores her as much as I do. Autumn-Lily is from Huntscross in Liverpool and is the happiest little girl you will ever meet, always laughing and smiling. This is one thing people always comment on when meeting her. Oh, and how could I forget, she is the most beautiful little girl in the world.
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Mark makes a difference

Mark has dedicated a whole year of his life to fundraise for Tree of Hope to help Charlotte. Through many endurance challenges and injuries he has pushed himself physically and mentally to raise over £6,000 so far!
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Mark makes a difference. Mark has dedicated a whole year of his life to fundraise for Tree of Hope to help Charlotte. Through many endurance challenges and injuries he has pushed himself physically and mentally to raise over £6000 so far! He has been raising vital funds for Tree of Hope in ...
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The Deputy Prime Minister has praised the family of little Harmonie-Rose for their efforts in campaigning for the meningitis B vaccine. It was announced in March that a cost had been agreed between...
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Finley’s Story – Help Finley

My son Finley from Lakenham in Norfolk has recently been diagnosed with severe plagiocephaly with bracycephaly. For this he requires treatment which uses a special helmet specially made for his head to correct this. The NHS will not fund the treatment as it’s classed as a "cosmetic" procedure.
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Finley's Story – Help Finley. My son Finley from Lakenham in Norfolk has recently been diagnosed with severe plagiocephaly with bracycephaly. For this he requires treatment which uses a special helmet specially made for his head to correct this. The NHS will not fund the treatment as it's ...
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​Lorna and James Brokenshire-Dyke, from Newmarket, set a new Guinness World Record (awaiting official verification) for Fastest Three Legged Marathon.
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Primrose-Ivy’s Story - Pea's stem cell therapy

Prim is a sweet, courageous little girl from Camden in London who continues to grow and gives us hope. Prim stopped breathing when she was two months old and as a result has been left with brain damage and global development delay. In order to help Prim to achieve to the best of her ability we are raising money for Tree of Hope to help her to eventually receive stem cell treatment abroad. Stem cell treatment would really make such a difference to Prim’s life. 
http://www.treeofhope.org.uk/primrose-ivys-story-peas-stem-cell-therapy/
Primrose-Ivy's Story – Pea's stem cell therapy. Prim is a sweet, courageous little girl from Camden in London who continues to grow and gives us hope. Prim stopped breathing when she was two months old and as a result has been left with brain damage and global development delay.
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offers hope to the families of sick and disabled children in the UK
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Our mission is to transform the lives of sick children and empower families.

Tree of Hope offers hope to the families of sick and disabled children in the United Kingdom and Ireland who need specialist medical surgery, treatment, therapy and equipment in order to free them from suffering, giving a better quality to their young lives.

 

Tree of Hope is passionate about improving the health and lives of sick and disabled children resident in the United Kingdom and Ireland by providing and assisting in the provision of grants to enable them to obtain medical surgery, treatment, therapies and equipment which would not otherwise be available to them.