Evie and Indi’s big fight
I am setting up this page to help the wonderful parents of Monty, Evie and Indi pay bills and reduce financial stressCanterbury
Evie and Indi Ranson, are indentical twin girls whom were born on 11th of May 2019 at only 28 weeks and six days. This is because of life threatening complications during pregnancy for both mum and Bubs’. Their Mummy and Daddy, Hannah and Devon both call Christchurch home but due to such high demand in Christchurch’s neonatal intensive care unit (NICU), they had no choice but to be life flighted to Wellington for an urgent delivery of these baby girls to give them the best chance of survival. Therefore Daddy has had to take unpaid leave effective immediately to be with his wife and very perfect, but tiny, daughters. Just because they are in Wellington Doesn’t mean the bills stop needing to be paid. They also have a three year old son (Monty) who they had to leave behind with his wonderful family. His mummy and daddy miss him so dearly and would love to get him to Wellington to meet his new sisters. At this point in time it is not known how long they will be in Wellington for. But as these babies were just over 11 weeks early, it’s going to be a long, emotional road even if they do get to come home to the Christchurch NICU at some point soon. Hannah and Dev need all the support they can get, so even if you can just donate one dollar, that’ll make so much difference. If you are not in a position to donate, we understand, even sharing this give a little page can be so helpful! Thank you so much for your support. We endeavour to keep updates coming as we have them. Our little girls are so strong and are doing so well, but we aren’t out of the woods yet. 💕
Michaela Dempsey's involvement (page creator)
Aunty to Hannah and Devon’s children, Monty, Evie and Indi.
Use of funds
Pay ongoing bills at home- rent etc. and help cover costs of being in Wellington with their premature daughters.
On the 6th of June our darling girl Indi, went to sleep peacefully in her Mummy and Daddy’s arms. She fought for a long 26 days and we couldn’t be more proud of her efforts. The last 24 hours have been confusing, sad, beautiful, wonderful all crammed into one big ball. Little Indi has been surrounded by her family, with more family yet to come. Her family now face the process of planning and financing her funeral, which is not an easy task for anyone. Money donated so far have gone on household bills. We need donations more than ever. Please, share our page around. Your continued support amazes us, everyday. Thank you 💗
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This page was created on 14 May 2019 and closed on 15 Jun 2019.