Amanda Andrews Fundraiser
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One of our Whanau here at Bream Bay College, Amanda, was diagnosed last year with relapsing remitting multiple sclerosis. Slowly, but surely, this cruel neurological disease is stealing her ability to be herself, to be a wife, to be a mother, to do the smallest of things most of us take for granted.

Every day, she is wracked with pain. The crippling headaches have seen her hospitalised, her speech is no longer clear and coherent, she is dizzy, her thinking is fuzzy and she can no longer walk a short distance without needing to rest. Amanda can't drive or work, take her two youngest children, aged two and three, to the park or the beach, or pick up her eldest daughter from the Bream Bay College school bus when the rain pelts down. Her supportive husband, Chris, works 70-80 hours a week to keep his family afloat.

So Amanda - and her family - need a miracle; a Miracle in Moscow. Stem cell treatment for MS has produced astounding results. People destined for wheelchairs are now walking, running and cycling; their bodies and minds restored to normal. But it's expensive and not available in New Zealand.

Amanda has been accepted for treatment at National Pirogov Medical Surgical Center. All up, it will cost some $100,000. It's a big ask, but will you please give - just a little? - to give a young mum back her life and her family.

The money will be used to get stem cell treatment for Amanda. 

If you would like to donate towards this cause, please hit the NEXT button.

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