A HALIFAX mum who is fund-raising for a charity that is helping her daughter with a rare eye condition collected hundreds of pounds by holding a raffle.
Natasha Fletcher’s little girl Violet has aniridia – a rare eye condition which affects one in every 100,000 babies.
It means part or all of her iris is missing. The mum from Boothtown is collecting for the Aniridia Network, a support group and charity for the rare genetic condition, and has so far raised over £700.
In her latest fund-raising move, she raffled Easter hampers, collecting £354.
She thanked everyone who had supported the event and helped sell tickets. She is now holding a “name the teddy” competition, with a giant teddy as a prize. Tickets are £1 each.
For more information about supporting Natasha’s fund-raising, visit Facebook and search for “Violets fundraising”. You can also visit www.charitygiving.co.uk/violetsfundraising