£12,730 of £12,500 goal
She had a significant head injury & was put into an induced coma while doctors assessed the amount of brain damage.
Unfortunately Amy passed away peacefully on Thursday 12th May 2016 surrounded by her loved ones.
I decided to set up this donation page so that family and friends from near and far can help and support the Haskew family.
Donations already raised have helped towards hospital fees to cover the air ambulance, procedures and operations, as well as help towards her family’s flights, accommodation, and any other necessary living expenses that have helped them to stay by Amy’s side. Donations will also help towards bringing our beloved Amy home so she can be laid to rest.
I can't even begin to imagine what Amy's family must have gone through, and it must have been even more difficult being on the other side of the world.
If this accident had happened back here in the UK, I'm sure most of us would send cards and flowers, and some of us would even have made the effort to visit, but under these circumstances it's more difficult, so why not instead donate the money you would have spent on a card, flowers, petrol to drive and visit or train/bus fares.
Any leftover funds will be donated to a relevent charity chosen by Amy's family.
To be so far away from home and for as long as we were, at a time like this was a huge challenge. Your generosity enabled us to forget about any financial pressures and concentrate 100% on Amy.
The ultimate outcome was not of course the one we had hoped and prayed for. Nevertheless the outpouring of love and care from so many of you sustained us in ways we can't adequately describe. We thank you for this generosity and kindness from the bottom of our hearts,
We've taken the decision to close this page to further donations at this time. Any outstanding donations or future fundraising money can be donated in her memory to either : Headway - the UK brain injury association or: Melbourne Intensive care Unit. Message me for more information.
Thank you all, bless you,
Liz (Amy's mum)
Thank you all so much for your donations so far. Further donations are always welcome to help towards bringing Amy home.
I sit here with tears in my eyes reading this update. It's so full of hope, yet I know there is a long road ahead. But please know that with the incredible support you are receiving worldwide, you will be taking every step on this journey with a million prayers, and a million hands to hold. God bless you all, I continue to pray for all of you, including the wonderful nursing staff and the doctors helping her. Come on Amy, you're doing this! xxx
Unfortunately, Amy died today - love and prayers for her family.
Amy there is no question, you will recover. It may take a few more weeks before you leave intensive care. There may be a long road ahead but you will face it with strength and your family xxx
Praying that God will sustain Amy and that she will experience a miraculous healing with the help of the medical team. May she be peaceful over the next few days so that they can reduce her swelling .
Am praying right now for full healing for Amy. Peace of mind for all her family and friends.
Friends, it is amazing that the target has been reached...however I want to encourage you to keep going in this, there will be bills coming in, unexpected bills, over the coming weeks that will need to be covered. So Thankyou for this generous and practical way of supporting this precious family. please know, for them it's not about the money, it's about Amy being well and recovering. But anything that can be done to support them on the ground in practical ways and in prayer, is huge. So Thankyou. Thanks Charlotte for setting this up and helping in this way.
Thankyou for setting up this page, Amy is in a desperate situation and the 2 practicla way syou can helpis by Praying forher and her family and if you can donate some cash on this page it will assist with her medical costs. The Air ambulance alone will cost in excess of A$5000... thats around 3000 pounds and there willbe otehr cost also... please help where you can. AND please do not stop praying for Amy.