He has Hip Dysplasia, but does he let that hold him back?
Not on your nelly! Are you packing for a hospital trip, then take Eddie with you and you can keep all your fave bits and bobs with you at all times
Why not take Lucas?
He can fit in the bag too
Just click on him to see
This 'Eddie' bag is being sold on behalf of the DDH UK charity and 10% of each sale will go straight to their just giving page This jute tote bag measures 30.5cm by 10cm and is perfect for all your reading books and Lucas, if you need to bring a friend
For more information on DDH UK's fundraising please visit http://ddh-uk.org/a-guide-to-fundraising-for-spica-warrior/
£5 is all it takes to create a Survival Pack for parents to take into hospital. £10 will help buy extra nappies for a child who is in plaster for months unable to walk or sit down properly. £30 will pay for 100 informative leaflets to be created and printed and sent to GP surgeries, hospitals and parents. £50 will pay for a family to go to the cinema and have a pizza together with wheelchair access so no one is left at home. £371 (ex VAT) will buy a new portable Spica chair.
DDH UK's Mission
The mission at DDH UK is to support those on their journey towards healthy hips and to engage with professionals so hip dysplasia is no longer missed and marginalised.
The DDH UK vision is to ensure that hips matter.
DDH UK Aims:
To empower patients, families and carers by giving them the information they need to support a child with DDH To raise awareness of DDH amongst the general public To maintain proactive PR and Marketing campaigns To fundraise and support families on their DDH journey making things just a little bit easier To provide information and resources to inform and educate doctors and health care professionals about the condition and where their patients can get further help To work with medical professionals and bodies to put DDH on the medical map To encourage further research into DDH, the impact on children and their families and the direction of treatment For more information about the charity and it's aims please visit the website below