Anonymous gift new boost for Terri
BRAVE Terri Calvesbert's fund has today been boosted by almost £1,500 thanks to an anonymous donation.The Evening Star received a copy of a cheque for £1,452.
BRAVE Terri Calvesbert's fund has today been boosted by almost £1,500 thanks to an anonymous donation.
The Evening Star received a copy of a cheque for £1,452.48p that was paid into the fund set up for the youngster.
On it, a message read: "With compliments. To the Terri Calvesbert Fund from a group of well-wishers."
Terri, seven, has shown inspirational bravery since she suffered horrific burns in a house fire six years ago and has touched the hearts of the nation.
Her appeal fund still receives generous donations and is now close to the £300,000-mark.
Earlier this year, more than £100,000 came flooding in from a worldwide sponsored swim involving fundraisers from 70 countries.
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Terri has undergone numerous operations since her injuries and the money will go a long way towards caring for her in the future.
The Evening Star would like to thank the latest people are making a huge difference in her life.
Donations for the appeal should be made out to the Terri Calvesbert Appeal and sent c/o Geraldine Thompson, Editor's Secretary, Evening Star, 30 Lower Brook Street, Ipswich, IP4 1AN.