6 Year Old Rugeley girl to do Birmingham Colour Run for disabled brother

A young girl from Rugeley is participating in the 5k Colour Run in a mission to help allow her little brother to be able to move more independently. Max Price-Hall was diagnosed with Spastic Quadriplegic Cerebral Palsy which means that he is unable to move on his own and relies on his mother, Michelle Price, for everything.

Annie Rose participated in the Birmingham Colour Run on 13th August 2016 and she did this run to support the family’s campaign called Max’s Mission to Move from the charity Just 4 Children. The charity provides the support for families to help their children whom have disabilities or sickness.

Annie Rose was able to raise a total of £268 by 12th August 2016 and she said:

On the way to take my little brother Max for therapy in Milton Keynes we saw lots of colourful people and I asked mummy if I could take part.

She continued:

Max has cerebral palsy and epilepsy. Without the extra therapy he would struggle with his day to day life. Therapy costs about £50 an hour. All money raised goes towards that.

Annie Rose finished with:

Please sponsor me and help my little brother.

If you would like to donate some money towards this charity, just follow this link.

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