Saarah's Fund, a children's charity, extends support to sick infants, children, and those with special needs, both in the UK and internationally. Established in memory of Saarah, a cherished 4-year-old child, who unexpectedly passed away in her sleep on March 11, 2011, their organisation was born from the resilience of a true miracle.
Born prematurely at 3lb 3oz, Saarah triumphed over meningitis twice, and after a challenging start, she enjoyed three years of good health. Despite lingering effects such as hearing loss, nystagmus, low muscle tone, and developmental delay, Saarah, through her courage, blossomed into a lively and outgoing girl. She brought so much love and joy to those around her and was a source of inspiration to all who knew her. In the past decade, thanks to the generosity of family, friends, and strangers, the charity has raised over £70,000 for various causes, including 70 incubators for hospitals in Senegal, Syria, and Yemen, an outdoor play train at the JR Hospital, play equipment for the Wheatley Nursery, and a contribution to the new indoor arena at RDA Abingdon, where Saarah once attended.
By donating to Saarah’s Fund you can help more children like Saarah achieve their full potential. If you'd like to make a donation to support Saraah's Fund, head to their Wonderful profile page. You can also fundraise safe in the knowledge that every penny you raise will reach the charity: