7 days to give back to Kristie Purton & her family!
A great way to show Kristie & her family over the next 7 days how much love & support surrounds them ... now & forever!Bay of Plenty
Kristie Purton is a outgoing, life loving, generous, selfless & 'no hold back' type of girl. Kristie has raised 3 beautiful children & is a loving & supportive wife. She is is an inspiration to so many. Kristie and her sister Nikki Reynolds-Wilson were born with cystic fibrosis and doctors had told their parents they would not live past 18. Cystic fibrosis shortens a person's life expectancy and mainly affects the digestive system as mucus blocks the pancreas, stopping the digestive enzymes produced from making their way to the gut to digest food. Kristie went through a lung transplant in July 2017 which provided her a chance to do the things she loves to do again & that's just live life to her fullest! Just days ago Kristie & her family were given the heart wrenching news that her new lungs have failed & there is nothing more that can be done. Let's give back, as a community & village let's share with Kristie & her family the generosity & love she has always so selflessly given. Let's all help by giving Kristie & her family the support they need & deserve to ensure these precious moments together are memorable & unforgettable now & forever. Let's give ... Like Kristie!
Please note there is another Givealittle page for Kristie here- https://givealittle.co.nz/cause/support-kristie-and-family
Quintessential Experience's involvement
Kristie is a long time close friend of my husband. I have also shared social circles with her growing up in Tauranga. She has always inspired me to be push the limits since the first day I met her, the way she is always striving to push herself & her kids to success is nothing short of amazing. My business provides a Quintessential Experience to those who deserve it.
Use of funds
Kristie & her family can decide to use 100% of the total money raised in 7 days on whatever they like together … or they can put some or all of it away for their children to benefit from in the future. Whatever is best for them as a team.
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