- $10,335.00 donated
- 99 generous donors
Friends and Family of the Hewitt clan getting together to help out.
Update 18th August
Friends and Family of Mrs Hollie Hewitt, Thank you from the bottom of our hearts. The donations received are overwhelming and Hollies Family are filled with gratitude. These will be used to give our beautiful, kind and fearless Hollie the send off she deserves.
If you have any questions about this Saturday's farewell please get in touch.
Hollie had an aneurysm in her brain which ruptured and then, as she was recovering, she suffered a stroke. Since then has had a whirlwind of drama including 4 surgeries. Her recovery time is unknown but we do know it will be long.
Her husband Duncan is with her and we want him to stay with her every step of the way to recovery.
This page has been created by Hollie and Duncan’s friends to ask you for a small donation to help them all get by while Hollie gets better - we don't know how long that will be.
Duncan’s friends offered this to him, he humbly accepted and said if he doesn't use the funds he will donate them to the Rescue Helicopter Service in Otago who, without them, Hollie would not have made it to CHCH Hospital in time.
Every little counts. Thank you.
To support costs involved in Hollie's treatment as well as the Rescue Helicopter Service in Otago
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