1 year old Phoenix and his battle to kick cancers butt
Help to support Phoenix's family so they are able to focus purely on giving him the best care he needs to kick cancer in the butt.Otago
"Little Phoenix George is a typical clumsy toddler that’s full of smiles & as cheeky as can be. He’s the life of the party, you can’t help but laugh when he looks at you with his eye squinted smile from ear to ear.
He’s an amazing wee boy who is loved incredibly by his mum, dad, brother, uncles, aunty, grandparents, his extended family & friends. We are all very lucky to have him have him as part of our lives"
Recently Phoenix has been diagnosed with Cancer. Only aged 1. It's called a Embryonal tumor with multi layered rosettes , it is something he was born with. When they sent it away for testing it came back as a stage 4 so the likely hold of it to grow back is high .
Phoenix, along with his mum and dad have been in Christchurch since the 30/4/19. Lincoln his older brother is in Dunedin with grandparents. During this time young Phoenix has had 4 nasal tubes as he keeps pulling them out once he vomited and it came out . He is currently still on his second treatment but are keeping a close eye on him due to the allergic reaction that turned him purple on Wednesday . Lucy, Phoenix's mum, has also lost her job and Anton, Phoenix's dad, is on the verge of trying to keep his , if it wasn’t for people at his work donating sick leave to him, he would have to go back to work other wise he would loose his job. They are both still up in Christchurch away from our other son Lincoln only seeing him twice in nearly a month
As a community I am hoping we can pull together and try to take away financial pressure so they can focus 100% on Phoenix so that he can rise above and kick cancers butt!!
Kayla Danielle Miller's involvement
I believe that in times of struggle the last thing Lucy and her family should be worried about is money. All her energy should be focused on her wee mans recovery. So being able to help with the financial aspect of this journey is the least we can.
Use of funds
Medical assistance, travel costs, cost of daily living and to help cover a possible loss of income
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