Yesterday I received an email from a great friend, saying she had organised a event to raise money for the Mitochondrial Foundation in Stella's name ! Wow !
Thanks so much to Ang at Pamp Ur Pooch and to her partner Brad, who have been friends of ours for a very long time.
Below are the details of the morning:
Please find the event on Facebook here : Dogwash and Family Day FB Event
DOG WASH AND FAMILY FUN FUNDRAISER IN MEMORY OF STELLA
Many of you know about Stella’s story and what an amazing star she is. For those of you that don’t Stella was born with a rare condition called mitochondrial disease which is a life threatening condition. At just 23 months of age beautiful Stella had fought as much as she could and passed. Stella amaz......ed so many people with her strength and determination through all of her journey and it is easy to see where she got it from.... her amazing family.
This debilitating disease affects so many families in so many different ways and there is no cure at this point in time. Please come and support this fundraiser to not only raise money for research but to raise awareness of this disease. Let’s all get together and spread the word!
With much needed help a cure can be found and stop families in the future from going through a heart breaking journey like this one.
Sat 4th of Feb
The Spit Gold Coast
Time: 8am - 2pm
There will be:
So bring the hound and the kids for a great family day out. For those of you that don’t know there is a dog beach at this location so they can have all the sandy and salty fun in the world than get a nice wash before the car trip home.
Please note that ALL money from this day (not just profit) will be donated to the Australian Mitochondrial Disease Foundation to help for future research.
If anyone would like to donate items for the silent auction it will be appreciated very much.
Please phone or email Angela 0412 531 705 or firstname.lastname@example.org if you need anymore information or think you can help.
Thanks so much, hope to see you all there.
I would love to see you all there - with your pooches !
Stella with her best friend, Jessie