Update, 13th August 2012:

Mathew is currently responding well to treatment in the rehab facility at Derby Royal Hospital.

The medical bills and flight have been paid for, partly with the money raised through fundraising/donations (thank you!) and also through loans taken out by the family to make up the vast remainder.

Thank you again to everyone who has donated or helped to raise funds over the past year.

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Donations can be made through Paypal by clicking the button:



All donations go directly into Mat’s fund set up by the family.

Alternatively, cheques to support Mathew can be made payable to stepfather Simon Moore, c/o the Navigation Inn, Spring Cottage Road, Overseal, Derbyshire, DE12 6ND.

If you would like to set-up a standing order or pay money in at the bank, the details are as follows:

Simon Moore

Lloyds TSB

Sort code 77-08-12

Account no. 31524268 

Thank you.

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5 responses »

    • thank you soo much Kat, every little bit helps when its all adds up. To everyone, please dont be embarassed about donating a small amount, please give what you can as it all adds up lots of love to you kat xxx karen

  1. Not sure if this is worth a go? Natwest run a ‘Community force’ project whereby people apply for a donation of £6000 towards a group, charity or project in their community. Natwest then choose one and give them the money. I’m not sure if the group here would be eligible but its definately worth applying I think. I tried to register an application myself but needs to be done by the main contact of the group – so Im not sure who is the main person for Matts group but here is the link:-

    http://communityforce.natwest.com/

    An application cant hurt – you never know? x

  2. Hi, just put in my donation – drop in the ocean, but as you say, every little helps.

    Just wondered which companies have been approached for air ambulance quotes. Have you only looked at UK-based ones or have you tried Hope Ambulance and Pacific International in Singapore? There’s also Medical Wings in Bangkok, which isn’t so far away from Singapore. Just a thought, anyway. Hope things go smoothly with Mathew’s recovery and that he’ll be able to come home soon.

  3. Just read a comment on the Evening Telegraph site on the football post Burnley match comments suggesting those at the match should donate. Didn’t get to the match as I was on way back from holiday but have made a donation any way. Hope it all works out for you all.
    Regards,
    Dave

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