I'm joining Balance Collective's Ride for Sick Kids
Let me tell you about one of the families Ronald McDonald House Charities Northern NSW supports...
In April 2022, six-year-old Aviana was diagnosed with high-risk Acute Lymphoblastic Leukaemia and had to travel far from her Scone home to John Hunter Children’s hospital.
Ronald McDonald House has been her home ever since, with her dad Locky staying right by her side. While Avi’s mum, Nikki is keeping daily life going for her other children she regularly makes the two-hour commute to visit.
When a child is diagnosed with a serious illness like Avi, it can have a devastating impact on families. As well as the uncertainty and fear, there’s added stress for families who don't live close to the medical care their child needs.
That's why I've registered for the Balance Collective Ride for Sick Kids Stationary Bike Class to raise the much-needed funds and help families like Avi's in their time of need.
Ronald McDonald House Charities is 100% community-owned and operated, with every dollar donated making a big difference.