Help Brookin Walk Again

by Charlotte Coleman in Chelmsford, Essex, England

Help Brookin Walk Again

Contributing in the costs to help get Brookin abroad for life changing treatment. I am sydiving 15000ft from an aeroplane.

by Charlotte Coleman in Chelmsford, Essex, England

We did it
On 13th September 2018 we successfully raised £760 with 27 supporters in 56 days

I am doing a 15000ft sky dive on 2nd September, in order to assist in raising as much money as possible to help get Brookin the life saving treatment he needs abroad. Please donate to a great cause for such a heartbreaking story. ALL DONATIONS WILL BE GREATLY RECEIVED. THANK YOU IN ADVANCE.

Brookins Story

Brookin Johnson, was tragically left paralysed in March 2016 and brave mum, Jackie Rainbird, has launched a campaign to raise vital funds in the hope of seeing her son walk again.

Brookin, of Gosfield, was left paralysed from the chest down after neurological spinal complications following a road traffic incident that involved an airbag deploying into his neck.  He has been bedbound for virtually 2 years with complex pain and debilitating conditions such as allodynia – majority spent in hospitals with no known available treatment or pain managent in the UK and 40 plus admissions since August 2017.

The family have set up an online fundraising appeal in the hope of reaching £160,000 covering costs necessary for a range of examinations/tests/treatments, including stem cell treatment to repair the spinal cord myelin sheath and  regrowth of nerves at a stem cell clinic in Panama, and one-to-one rehab at The Walking Project in America, and specialised rehab mobility gym and other bespoke equipment necessary for ease of mobility.

Please join our Skydiving event, to help give Brookin quality of life and the chance to walk again.

To see Brookin’s full story, visit https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=6f8Ly3QEWbI  (WARNING, graphic content)

Dedicated Facebook page – please like to support (Brookin Johnson – Stand by Me).


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