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Give a little bit

01 Oct 10

Jasmine is a lovely little five-year-old Kiwi girl dealing with a not-so-lovely condition. She has been diagnosed with a very rare and incurable auto immune disease. Ahead of her lie years of highly unpleasant procedures and medications designed to keep her condition in remission. It’s a lot for someone so young to be coping with.

Needless to say, her family is facing some tough financial challenges – including selling their home. But there’s something you can do. Simply visit jasmine and make a small donation. The site is part of the Givealittle network, an organisation dedicated to "making good things happen”, and you can easily make a secure online donation right there in a matter of minutes. To read more about Jasmine or send a message of support, visit

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