Help Roxi Walk

Could you Help Roxi Walk?

When we heard that a client of ours needed help to give his daughter a chance to walk we decided to share her story with you, to see if together we could make it happen.

Help Roxi Walk

Hello my name is Roxi, I have Cerebral Palsy, a beautiful smile, and infectious laugh and a personality bigger than life.

I was born in August 2011 and spent the first to days of my life in an induced coma, and the first year of my life in and out of hospital. When I was 18 months old, I was diagnosed with Cerebral Palsy.

Cerebral Palsy makes my legs stiff and stops me from walking. My future contains drugs, splints, walkers and possibly a wheelchair and all the limitations these bring for the rest of my life.

My mummy and daddy have learnt about SDR surgery and want to send me to America to get it. The surgery is very expensive and costs £50,000, but afterwards I will have no stiffness in my legs and will learn to walk.

If you can, please help me walk.

Marketing Evolved are giving 50% of any new business generated in August to Help Roxi Walk

Marketing Evolved are a leading B2B Marketing List Owner, so if you use B2B data to drive your business forward please get in touch to see if we can help you. We will donate 50% of the net value of your first order to Help Roxi Walk.

How can you help?

Join Help Roxi Walk Facebook page and spread the word.
https://www.facebook.com/HelpRoxiWalk

Buy B2B data from Marketing Evolved
http://www.marketingevolved.co.uk

Donate through Roxi's website
http://www.helproxiwalk.co.uk

© 2013 Help Roxi Walk - Caudwell Children (RCN1079770)

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