$1,854.55
$2,000
Supporting CDH for Evie CDH Australia
Supporting CDH for Evie
$1,854.55
$2,000
CDH Australia
Supporting CDH for Evie
Supporting CDH for Evie

My Story

I've created this page because our darling Evie was diagnosed with a Congenital Diaphragmatic Hernia (CDH) when she was born. This means that her bowel was up on the left side of her chest cavity, inhibiting the growth of her lung and moving other vital organs out the way. At 4 days old Evie had surgery to correct this. We are one of the lucky CDH families with a tale of triumph and survival, but unfortunately 50% of babies with CDH are not so lucky. I want to support CDH Australia by raising money. We will be walking on Sunflower day for CDH. Please help me help them by sponsoring us, giving whatever you can using the 'Give Now' button. The more people that know about CDH Australia, the greater their impact, so please also spread the word by sharing my page with your friends and family. Thank you in advance for your generosity, it means a lot!

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CDH SUNFLOWER SUNDAY

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Click GIVE NOW to make a tax deductible donation and help families affected by CDH.

Click JOIN TEAM to set up your own fundraising page for CDH Australia.

CDH Sunflower Sunday is the annual awareness day for the only Australian charity dedicated to supporting children and families affected by the rare birth condition, congenital diaphragmatic hernia (CDH).

CDH means being born with a hole in the diaphragm and this week 2 families will receive a CDH diagnosis for their child.

The fatality rate is 50%. Families are shattered by the loss of their child. CDH survivors face ongoing health complications. Emotional support is vital.

For a family receiving a CDH diagnosis, fear and anxiety can be overwhelming.

CDH Australia provides education, support and a community to share knowledge and experience.

Here are some examples of how we use fundraising dollars:

  • Telephone support when a family first receives a CDH diagnosis

  • Foster an online community and support groups for families affected by CDH

  • Host an Annual Forum for CDH families and medical professionals to share knowledge

  • Deliver essential training to our support service volunteers

  • Produce and distribute CDH information booklets

  • Develop and send care packages to CDH families

  • Provide financial assistance to help CDH families cover unexpected hospitals costs

  • Fund vital medical research

Thank you for supporting the CDH community.

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CDH SUNFLOWER SUNDAY

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Click GIVE NOW to make a tax deductible donation and help families affected by CDH.

Click JOIN TEAM to set up your own fundraising page for CDH Australia.

CDH Sunflower Sunday is the annual awareness day for the only Australian charity dedicated to supporting children and families affected by the rare birth condition, congenital diaphragmatic hernia (CDH).

CDH means being born with a hole in the diaphragm and this week 2 families will receive a CDH diagnosis for their child.

The fatality rate is 50%. Families are shattered by the loss of their child. CDH survivors face ongoing health complications. Emotional support is vital.

For a family receiving a CDH diagnosis, fear and anxiety can be overwhelming.

CDH Australia provides education, support and a community to share knowledge and experience.

Here are some examples of how we use fundraising dollars:

  • Telephone support when a family first receives a CDH diagnosis

  • Foster an online community and support groups for families affected by CDH

  • Host an Annual Forum for CDH families and medical professionals to share knowledge

  • Deliver essential training to our support service volunteers

  • Produce and distribute CDH information booklets

  • Develop and send care packages to CDH families

  • Provide financial assistance to help CDH families cover unexpected hospitals costs

  • Fund vital medical research

Thank you for supporting the CDH community.

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