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Help joe get his mobility dog

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$6,050 of $6,000 goal

Given by 77 generous donors in 4 weeks

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To raise funds for my mobility assistance dog. The cost of this dog is large but the dog is now a necessity in my life.

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  Manawatu / Whanganui

I am Joe, I have Friedrichs Ataxia which is progressively affecting my mobility. I have been matched with a mobility assistance dog and will soon meet the dog and under go training. This training will cost me 6000 dollars and I'm hoping to raise that amount here.

Friedrichs Ataxia is a devastating neurological disease that currently has no cure or treatment. A dog will assist me with every day tasks like transferring into my wheelchair, dressing, picking things up and carrying things. My dog will also get attention when I am in need.

Thank you for your generosity.

Use of funds

To pay for the training camp for me to matches with my dog.


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  • Jude

    Jude on 20 Nov 2019

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    So happy for you Joe! Love Erin and Matt xx

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  • Chantel

    Chantel on 20 Nov 2019

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    So excited to meet Shelby, Joe. Enjoy getting to know her!

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  • Jude and Brian

    Jude and Brian on 19 Nov 2019

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    Well done Joe, so glad you will have Shelby in your life. She's gorgeous!

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  • Guest Donor

    Guest Donor on 19 Nov 2019

    $5

    $5

  • Robyn

    Robyn on 19 Nov 2019

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    Wishing you and Shelby a wonderful journey together - R & K xx

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This page was created on 7 Nov 2019 and closed on 7 Dec 2019.
$6,050 of $6,000 goal

Given by 77 generous donors in 4 weeks

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