'Supermarkets Don't Sell Bones'

$94,074 raised

TARGET $100,000

Please support this cause

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About

To have one child diagnosed with Morquio A is heartbreaking. For the Horders, with two children, the impact is immeasurable – emotionally, physically, medically, socially and financially.

Our beautiful friends Max, 13 years, and Mila, 12 years, have an extremely rare disease that is damaging their bones, affecting their growth and mobility.

Fundraising For

Max and Mila Horder

Max, 13, and his sister Mila, 12, have a rare hereditary condition called lysosomal storage disease which is damaging their bones, affecting their growth and mobility. Their little brother asked: "Why can't we just go to the supermarket and buy them new bones?"

Funds Banked To

Martin and Janelle J Fowle


Campaign Creator

Janelle Fowle

Frenchs Forest, NSW



Fri, 29 Jul 2016

Deborah Hitchen

$100

I watched these two gorgeous little kids on The Project and was so moved by their story but also by how kind and caring they both were. I wish Max and Mila and your family nothing but the best. I hope from the bottom of my heart they get access to the medicine and treatment they need. Much love. xox

Mon, 18 Jul 2016

Adam Bonser

$100
Tue, 5 Jul 2016

Anonymous

$500
Wed, 29 Jun 2016

Anonymous

$300
Thu, 23 Jun 2016

carmel barber

$30

Ask all your supporters to petition the Government for the medication you need. Bless you kids. Hope they find a cure for this so you can run again.

Mon, 6 Jun 2016

Nigel and Cathy Wratten

$10
Sun, 29 May 2016

Karen Nitch

$200

We hope this can help towards getting the medicine you need, to help stop you're bodies feeling the pain from this degenerative disease.

Sun, 29 May 2016

Anonymous

$500
Sun, 29 May 2016

Simon Millar

$200

Thinking of Max and Mila and their family. Also will be signing the petition at: https://www.change.org/p/sussan-ley-the-pbac-need-to-approve-the-life-optimizing-treatment-of-vimizim-for-max-and-mila

Thu, 26 May 2016

Ruth Kerwood

$100

Thinking of you all.... Max and Mila, may you run and walk again one day without pain xx

SINCE Apr 2016

1228 

Donations

$94,074 raised

TARGET $100,000

Please support this cause

$
AUD

Fundraising For

Max and Mila Horder

Max, 13, and his sister Mila, 12, have a rare hereditary condition called lysosomal storage disease which is damaging their bones, affecting their growth and mobility. Their little brother asked: "Why can't we just go to the supermarket and buy them new bones?"

Funds Banked To

Martin and Janelle J Fowle

Campaign Creator

Janelle Fowle

Frenchs Forest, NSW

SINCE Apr 2016

1228 

Donations