Appeal to help two Harlow girls visit father’s grave in Poland
Communities / Wed 26th Jan 2022 am31 09:17am
AN APPEAL has been made to raise funds so that two girls from Harlow can visit their father’s grave in Poland.
A Justgiving page has been set up.
“As many of you may already know in November, Ella and Macey sadly lost their Dad Lee Dyson to Covid aged just 45.
This, as you can imagine has been absolutely devastating to these young girls. At the time of Lee’s passing he had relocated to Poland for his work, with the covid restrictions in place the girls were unable to visit their dad to say goodbye or to attend his funeral.
The pain for these girls is incomprehensible, therefore we are raising funds for the girls to be able to travel to Poland to visit his resting place.
We would also like to provide a memorial bench close to their home so that the girls will have a special place to go to, to remember their Dad and visit at times such as Father’s Day, birthdays or anytime they need.
This has been a really devastating time for this family and financially a massive strain. We would like to be able to ease the burden by raising these funds to help, without the financial strain overshadowing the support the girls so desperately need.
Please if you can donate anything it will be so greatly appreciated by the family.
Any extra funds raised will go towards funding counselling and therapy to help get them through the most difficult times of their lives
“Thank you for reading. Jen.”
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