Medical Assistance Dog for Ailsa
- $6,169.00 donated
- 109 generous donors
I developed CRPS in 2005 and have been in chronic pain 24/7 ever since. Every day is a struggle and since 2009 when my CRPS began affecting
Assistance Dogs NZ rely solely on donations to train and raise assistance dogs for New Zealanders with disabilities. As of May 2014, I have received my beautiful service dog but am continuing to raise money to ensure other New Zealanders can have their lives changed by an ADNZ dog.
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21, Welllington, New Zealand. I developed CRPS (Complex Regional Pain Syndrome) in 2005 and since then have lost my ability to walk independently, as well as a significant portion of my vision. I'm a Master's student at the New Zealand School of Music, and a classical singer.
Funds will be paid to a verified bank account of Ailsa Lipscombe.
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