SJA Serpentine Crew Wesley Ackerman

Campaign creator SJA Colleagues
Fundraising for Serpentine Crew
$42,290 raised
85%
GOAL $50,000
634 donations
 
since Oct 2016
 
 
 

On October 10th 2016, our colleagues were involved in an MVA in which they have sustained serious injuries. This fundraising page is run as a beneficiary to help support them and their families to enable a speedy recovery.

Should you have personal comments or wishes please feel free to contact us and we shall pass these onto them and their families.

We ask everyone to provide them with the privacy they respectfully deserve and to look out for each other.

Should you be affected by these events please speak with your support people and/or contact our support services provided through our employer.

Further updates by our CEO will be provided via our work emails and released by those involved and their families.

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updates

Statement from Odile Anckerman
14
Oct
The following is a statement issued on behalf of Odile Ackerman, wife of paramedic Wesley Ackerman who was seriously injured in a motor vehicle accident on Monday, 10 October 2016.

“I would like to take this opportunity to thank everyone who has been involved in working together to securing the best possible outcome for Wesley and our family.

From Wesley’s colleagues who were on scene, the hospital staff, all the staff and their families of St John Ambulance WA who have worked tirelessly by providing comfort, support and genuine care towards our family, I am at a loss for words to even begin to express my gratitude.

I want to also mention a special thanks to the parents and staff of St Maria Goretti’s Catholic School whose support and care has been difficult to accept but greatly appreciated.

The offer of services, cooked meals and financial assistance has been unbelievable.

The support that we have experienced from emergency medical services worldwide has been humbling and overwhelming and I have thought at times that we are not deserving of such attention.

I am looking forward to being able to tell Wesley when he wakes up about all this and he will not be able comprehend it either. We will take one day at a time and we know that we have a long road ahead of us in terms of Wesley’s recovery and appreciate that everyone has respected our need for privacy during this difficult time.“

As taken from: http://newsroom.stjohnambulance.com.au/statement-from-odile-ackerman/

Kind Regards,
Curtis, Gaby and Shauna
An update on our SJA Serpentine Crew
11
Oct
A quick update to reach out to all those showing their support during this challenging time.

We would like to say how very humbling it is to have our community showing their sincere support to both Wesley and Sharron. Your generosity will go a long way to providing them and their families with additional support.

At this moment in time both Paramedics are receiving extensive support from St John Ambulance WA, Rockingham District Hospital and Royal Perth Hospital here in Western Australia.
The teams at Royal Perth Hospital are doing everything they can to reach a favourable outcome for Wesley. It is expected to be a long road to recovery due to the levels of injuries he has sustained.

Together we have raised in excess of $17,000.00. With countless more donations being received every hour.

Please feel free to share this page with your friends and family. https://www.mycause.com.au/page/138842/sja-serpentine-crew

We are really grateful for your generous help in supporting our colleagues and friends.

Kind Regards,
Curtis, Shauna, Gaby.
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$42,290 raised
85%
GOAL $50,000
634 donations
 
since Oct 2016
 
Fundraising for
Serpentine Crew
To raise funds for our colleagues involved in the unfortunate accident on 10/10/2016. These funds will be passed onto them and utilised at their discretion to aid in the recovery for their injuries sustained and support their families through this event.
Funds banked to
Wesley Noel Ackerman
Campaign creator
SJA Colleagues
Piara Waters WA
 
 

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