We already have one chair and with some amazing help from families that also inspire us we are going to try for a second chair and maybe a third to help others like us. Stacie wants to leave a legacy and this will be so amazing! Please keep supporting us! Mark & Stacie xoxo
Let’s get Stacie a new chair!
Over the last year as Stacie’s health has declined she has fighting to enjoy as much as life as possible. With a new set of wheels that can navigate the countryside Stacie will continue to inspire others and show that #LifeIsWorthTheFight
Stacie has been given limited time to enjoy the rest of her life and having been given the opportunity, initially post transplant, to experience and enjoy countryside, forest and beach walks she has cruelly had that taken away from her again. This is a chance to allow Stacie gain some of her life back and inspire others along the way with her stories of ‘Stacie on the road’
What will the money buy?
We are looking to provide Stacie with an MT Push from a company called Mountain Trike who specialise in outdoor wheelchairs.
The wheelchair was introduced in 2015 and many customers have found it ideal for country walks with family and friends, city breaks, strolls along the beach and even muddy music festivals!
The aim will be to utilise the chair during Stacie’s limited life and then donate it back to the transplant community to help others in the same situation, ensuring that Stacie’s fighting spirit lives on!
Mark's Peddars Way & Norfolk Coastal Path Challenge
As part of the fundraising I will be attempting to walk the full 96 miles of the path over a period of five days. Sponsor me or why not join in!
The route starts in Suffolk at Knettishall Heath Country Park and follows the route of a Roman road to Holme-next-the-Sea and onto Cromer.
The Trail provides 93 miles (150 Km) of walking through fantastic scenery and landscape. The majority of the Trail runs through the Norfolk Coast Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
The final stretch will see me walk 20 miles along the path from Stiffly to a very sore end in Cromer on Sunday 16 July.