Helping a family in need
Helping a family in need

Anonymous person donates $20,000 to Wickham family

FRIDAY, 8.30PM: AN anonymous community member has made a $20,000 donation to the Wickham family Go Fund Me account. 

The fundraiser has now raised $24,080 for the Wickham's who are mourning the loss of father and husband Daniel Wickham who lost his life in a tragic tree-lopping accident this week. 

 

FRIDAY: OVER 90 people have donated money to help a local family who lost their husband, father and main income a few weeks before Christmas.

Daniel Wickham died in a workplace accident earlier this week and member of the community set up a Go Fund Me campaign to help his wife and three young children.

The fundraiser target was set at $5000 with $3,970 raised by 11am today.

The campaign page has been shared on Facebook 467 times since it was launched.

YOUR STORY: MY name is Jess & I have created this fundraiser for one of the most caring people I know.

A very close friend of mine Brodie Wickham and her three gorgeous children.

This family has been through more than enough and they need your help!!!

Earlier this year they lost their home in cyclone Marcia and now have been dealt with another cruel blow.

Due to a tragic workplace accident, these three beautiful kids Leo, Mel and Cru have lost their daddy.

Brodie has lost her husband/soulmate/lover.

A lot of people in this family are really hurting right now and  they need our help to pull through.

With Christmas only a few weeks away, I am asking for anyone to contribute anything they can.

All funds raised will go directly to the family in hopes of bringing some light to their lives after such a cruel and horribly sad loss.

As Brodie describes, Daniel was a "True Aussie Bloke, a decent man with good values."

This family would help anyone in a time of need, so let's band together and support the Wickham family.

To donate, head to www.gofundme.com/Wickhamfamily 



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