Doull Family Fundraising 

It has truly been a fundraising family affair for the Doulls from Sullom. Six-year-old Chloe suffers from Klippel Feil Syndrome (KFS) – a rare congenital , musculoskeletal condition. For one so young, she has already been to Aberdeen and Edinburgh for two MRI scans, in addition to a CT scan in Lerwick.  As a result, the family is acutely aware of the potential benefits of having an MRI scanner located in Shetland.

They decided to help raise much needed funds for the campaign by preparing home baking and hot filled rolls for sale. Mum, Charlene and dad, Ewan, along with Chloe’s five-year-old sister, Isla, and, of course, Chloe herself set to work. But it didn’t stop there. Charlene’s mum and dad, Linda and Roy Wilson, and Ewan’s mum, Margaret Doull, all joined in, too!  Ewan and Roy then took the bakes and rolls to their workplaces at Sullom Voe and sold the goodies to their colleagues, raising an astonishing £912.31!

Pictured are mum, Charlene, presenting the wonderful donation to Derek Hart, Scanner Appeal fundraising manager, and a rather camera shy, Chloe, along with her almost obscured sister Isla.

Posted on 19th December 2019 in News, Donation, Fundraising

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