Bobbi Jo Dillon Fundraiser
13 May 2021

RACE DAY | CHARITY AUCTION | PRIZES | GIVEAWAYS


The Wiseberry Foundation raises money via organised events and donations to assist people with special needs within our Australian communities. We have seen time and time again the difference a simple act of kindness can make in the life of someone in need.

The Wiseberry Foundation, in collaboration with Wiseberry Heritage, are hosting a Race Day on Thursday, 13th May 2021 at the Wyong Race Club to fundraise for a very special girl, Bobbi Jo.

This exciting race day will be accompanied by a charity auction, prizes, giveaways and a 2 course lunch with drinks.

To make this event possible, we are seeking support from the business community, by asking for the donation of items that we could auction on the day. If you would like to contribute an item to be auctioned on the day, please call Krystal on 0423 863 843. Every support we can get for this special cause would be very much appreciated.


EVENT DETAILS

Date
Thursday, 13th May 2021

Time
11.30am – 5.30pm

Location
Wyong Race Club
71-73 Howarth St, Wyong NSW 2259

Tickets
SOLD OUT
If you would like to contribute towards this cause, we are still accepting donations.


ABOUT BOBBI JO

Little Bobbi Jo was diagnosed shortly after birth with Rett Syndrome, a neurological condition affecting speech, motor, and development. There is no cure. Her condition is progressively deteriorating and she is often plagued by ongoing medical complications. She needs 24 hour care and assistance.

Bobbi suffers seizures, osteoporosis, scoliosis, severe reflux, constipation and sleep apnoea. She will never walk or talk but communicates with her smile and eye gaze.

Bobbi takes 11 different medications twice a day. Due to various infections, she is often hospitalised for extended periods of time, where she is fed via a Gastrostomy and Jejunostomy tube.

Bobbi is an amazing little girl, who despite everything she goes through, still manages to smile and laugh.

“We are hoping that one day scientists will find a cure for this horrible syndrome, but for now Bobbi is our ‘Angel with a broken wing’”

– Bobbi’s family


DONATIONS

If you would like to make a donation towards this cause, please use the button below. We thank you for your support.