Disabled house renovations for Jade

Update posted by Suzanne Davison On Feb 23, 2017

The Jade Aid campaign has been live for a week and a half now and we are all truly amazed at its success already! The Gadd family and Jade Aid committee would like to once again, express sincere thanks to each and every one of you who has donated and left a message.

It has been a busy media week with an interview by Look North where it was upsetting to see Jade experiencing her spasms and seeing how difficult it is just to get into her house. There has also been articles in The Northern Echo and The Advertiser. We hope these other forms of media coverage will help publicise the campaign and spread awareness of EDS.

We still need help in raising awareness and reaching the wider world with our campaign so would be grateful if you shared the Facebook page, 'Jade Aid' and follow on Twitter, @JadeAid.

Thank you again x

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Update on recent media coverage on Jade; http://www.thenorthernecho.co.uk/news/local/northdurham/durham/15494693.Durham_teenager_gets_new_robot_to_go_to_sixth_form_after_having_to_take_GCSEs_in_bed/ Jade has successfully passed her English GCSE exam with the help of a new robot that can sit in classrooms, enabling her to see, hear and interact in lessons. They are appearing on Good Morning Britain on Wednesday 30th August to be interviewed about robot ’R2-Bee2’! We are currently at a total of £12,450 raised for house renovations.Thank you again to each and every one of you who have taken the time to message and donate.

Suzanne Davison

Update posted by Aug 29

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We are slowly edging towards the halfway mark after our Zebra collection in Durham! Thank you so much to the people donating online, we would like to personally thank each and every one of you for your generosity.

Suzanne Davison

Update posted by Jun 07

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It seems like an appropriate day to show support. You are never far from our thoughts. Love to you all XXX

Clare Briton

Backed with £10.00 On Nov 17, 2017

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Good luck with your studies Jade you are a very inspirational young lady xxx

Pauline Waterson

Backed with £20.00 On Sep 26, 2017

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Jade hope this helps towards a better quality of life i admire your courage and shear determination in coping with this debilatating disease.

steve virelli

Backed with £20.00 On Aug 31, 2017

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What a great example of guts and determination. Well done!

Bryan Harvey

Backed with £25.00 On Aug 31, 2017

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Hope you can get the help you need, really soon

Susie Stewart

Backed with £20.00 On Aug 30, 2017

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James Matheson

Backed with £35.00 On Aug 24, 2017

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It was lovely to meet you last week in Costa xx

Mary Layfueld

Backed with £20.00 On Jul 24, 2017

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Sorry I couldn't make it to the rock night, I had my lil man with me(14)

Alex Gordon

Backed with £30.00 On Jul 16, 2017

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Jason Eade

Backed with £50.00 On Jun 27, 2017

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Just wanted to add a little to the fund. Know it may be a "drop in the ocean" in relation to how much you need. This was one way to reassure you that I am always thinking of you and the challenges you face. Sending lots of love and best wishes. Aunt Lily Xxxxxxxxx

Lilias Robertson

Backed with £100.00 On Jun 17, 2017

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