£3,441.30Donated So Far
Julianne Durkin O'Brien was an inspirational young woman. A caring mother to Conor and Cameron, and a loving wife to husband Phil.
Tragically, Julianne passed away suddenly in her sleep on Aug 1st 2014, she was only 32.
Julianne's son Conor, suffers from a condition called Spinal Muscular Atrophy Type 1, and yet despite his condition Conor lives life to the full!
Julianne was devoted to her two sons and family, sadly she was taken away from them all far too soon.
Julianne's greatest wish would be for Conor to be able to communicate more effectively and for him to have a communication aid/voice machine to help him achieve this.
Julianne didn't really like flowers, so instead the family would really appreciate donations. All donations will go towards the purchase of the voice machine for Conor.
Rest In Paradise Julianne Durkin O'Brien xxxxx
Conor asks for your help.Update posted by Julie Durkin at 09:12 am
Ben Nevis - 4th Oct 2014Update posted by Julie Durkin at 06:32 pm
Huyton lads climb Ben Nevis to give a voice to Conor.Antony Durkin and friends climbed Ben Nevis on 4th Oct 2014, to raise money for a voice communication aid for nephew Conor.
Sponsored Tractor Tyre FlipUpdate posted by Julie Durkin at 01:33 pm
On the 21st of October Darren Cowley will be attempting to flip a 200kg tractor tyre one kilometre, then the following day aiming to scale Mt Snowdon twice, carrying a rucksack weighing 35kgs/77lbs in under nine hours, to raise funding for Conor Durkin O'Brien's communication device. I would be very
PayPal Account problem fixedUpdate posted by Julie Durkin at 08:40 am
The PayPal account problems that prevented donations being made has now been fixed.So for those who were unable to donate, please try again Thank You :-)
PayPal/Donation ProblemsUpdate posted by Julie Durkin at 08:26 am
We are currently having a problem with PayPal, who have limited the PayPal account due to the high number of donations that have been made.This problem should hopefully be sorted within the next few days, so if you have been unable to donate, we would appreciate if you try again
ButterflyUpdate posted by Julie Durkin at 08:36 am
A beautiful butterfly appeared at the church service, hovered over Julianne and her family for a bit, then flew over everyone else, landed on someone's head before flying off out of the church door.
Celebration of Julianne's LifeUpdate posted by Julie Durkin at 12:32 pm
We'd just like to say THANK YOU for the amazing support so far!There will be a Celebration of Julianne's inspirational life on Thursday 14th Aug 2014 at St Georges's Church, Primrose Drive at 1pm, followed by a service at St Helens crematorium.Family & friends are welcome to join us to