The family of a seven-year-old girl from South Harrow is appealing to the public to help them fund life-saving treatment for their daughter, Sarah.
Sarah has been diagnosed with a brain tumour that has left the family devastated.
Her parents, who live in South Harrow, already have an older child with a rare disease and describe Sarah as their “brightest light” and are heartbroken at the thought of losing her. At best, Sarah has 12 to 18 months to live without treatment.
While there are no clinical trials or treatments available in the UK for this type of tumour, there are a few clinical trials abroad that could offer some hope.
The family is raising money to fund Sarah’s treatment, which will need to be carried out privately and is expected to be costly. The family’s hope is that they can buy some extra time with their daughter, who is described as kind, caring, and full of life.
Sarah’s story has touched the hearts of many people, and the family is asking for help in spreading the word about her situation.
The family is now appealing to the Harrow community for help in raising funds to cover the costs of Sarah’s treatment. They have set up a GoFundMe page, where people can donate to support their cause.
The family is overwhelmed by the support they have received so far and the outpouring of love and kindness from the community. They are grateful for every donation, no matter how small, as every little bit helps towards their goal of funding Sarah’s treatment abroad.
The family is urging everyone to donate to their cause and help them give their daughter the best possible chance at beating this devastating illness.
To donate to Sarah’s cause and help her get the treatment she needs, visit their GoFundMe page at https://gofund.me/de70487f. Every donation counts and can make a huge difference in Sarah’s fight against cancer.