Chloe Matthews' gratitude fund

Many of you have followed the journey of our little Chloe, born at 23 weeks and 5 days on the 20th of June. No matter the outcome, we are eternally grateful to our Lord, and also to the medical teams in the Liverpool NICU and Randwick NICU.

Now, it is time to show our thanks to these hospital units, and we invite you to join us if you would like to do so.

On the 28-29th of november, myself, Scott Onus and Rhys Eveleigh will be participating in the Clarence Valley Adventurethon, and we would like to ask you to sponsor us to do so.

We will mountain bike, run, and kayak 42 km over the November weekend, and we would like to raise at least $5000 to do so, with all proceeds split evenly and going to the NICU's at Liverpool and Randwick.

The Adventurethon is not directly involved with this fundraiser, but we feel it is a wonderful opportunity to participate and try to raise some money for the hospitals that have done so much for Chloe. Chloe is alive today because of the highly-trained staff and specialist equipment found within these two NICU's, and if we can help maintain the training and maintenance of these humidicribs through the donation of several thousand dollars, then we believe we can effectively show our gratitude.


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