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Deathwalk for Dappere B-engeltjes - Donate now!

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S. De Clerck’s fundraising event

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What's it about?

A couple of years ago, I started my Bucketlist. One of the items was the Deathwalk of Bornem, a walkingtrail of 100km (within 24 hours). This year, on the 12th of August I will walk this Deathwalk together with my two brothers in law and some friends. Because I don't want to walk without an extra motivation, I collect funds to support the project Dappere Bengeltjes, chosen by my brother in law, Maarten Van der Biest.

On August 3rd 2005, he and his wife Daisy welcomed their twins Sander and Quinten onto this world. They came earlier than expected and had first care in neonatology. They needed the care, especially after Sander had a cardiac arrest. Quinten stayed for 3 weeks in the hospital, Sander for 3 months.

Some other families don't have as much possibilities and help as they had. In September of 2015, 'VZW Dappere B-engeltjes' was founded to support families in need with small things that make a difference during their stay. A good cause that deserves more attention hence funds. Make your donation now and make a difference for those children and their parents!

Thank you for your support,

Sofie

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S. De Clerck announced this fundraising event on 10 February 2016.

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