Carol Sacke is raising funds for CHOC

One day before Starting the great Big adventure of Big school Kelli Sacke 6 years, a bright beautiful happy little girl so excited to start big school for the first time , her big Brother Gregory Sacke already in Grade four Clifton Nottingham road, her big sister Jenni 24 working in Johannesburg at a Graphic Design Company. All was well at our home.

My Body and mind froze as I watched and heard a blood curdling scream coming from Kelli, her little body collapsed into a heap in front of me we urgently rushed her to Dr Swart battling to find him late at night the thick mist entombing us in a life threatening way, we had no idea what was going on and nor did the Dr Swart he said "rush down to St Anne’s Hospital" he would phone ahead. It was midnight, Kelli’s little limp body breathing but not responding lay still what was wrong I am qualified Nursing sister but had stopped in 1984 when I stayed home to look after my new born Jenni. My mind raced trying to think what was wrong  I said to the Sister on duty I think Kelli has had a stroke. All night we cared and spoke gently to Kelli waiting for her to wake up    Kevin my dear husband and I both numb with anguish looked down on the bed where our once bubbling little girl had given us so much joy. Her heart beating, she lay still so still.

The next morning Looking into the Radiologist eyes I felt his pain no words just a stare of disbelief, I don’t know what made me say these words but I said looking back to him for a glimmer of hope but receiving a deep sense of pain  "Its grave isn’t  it" I just knew. He was also frozen he just nodded and looked away. Kelli had had a massive brain haemorrhage. My soul body and mind were in a terrible tornado of thoughts. That minute is etched in my memory forever. 

Nobody could feel my anguish. My struggle to save Kelli started with my faith Jesus Father God he was going to heal her…


overall progress

raised R14 700,00 goal R10 000,00

147%

donations

Name Message Donation
Davin Houston Thanks for sharing. Loads of love and good energy to you. R1 000
Bonnie & Geoff Basil So proud of you R300
Claire For Kelli, for Bella and for Shiloh. R2 000
Leigh-Anne Aitken You are an incredibly strong lady. Well done!!! R250
Paula Anderson Well done Carol, you are a star x R500
Inga Vermeulen R200
Lelani Carol you have a big big heart....Kelly will be so proud of you! Thank you for all that you do for kids with cancer. R250
Karen Clark Well done Carol. You continue to inspire me with your gracious heart and for all the good you do for others. You truly are an amazing human xxx R500
Carien du Toit You are amazing Carol. Thanx for giving me the opportunity to be part of this great initiative. R500
Karin I admire you Carol. Bless you all. R200
Linda Smith R500
Flanegan family Carol, you are a brave and inspirational lady. R500
Cree Barbee I love you my friend. I wasn’t amount the fortunate to have known Kelli yet I feel very blessed to know of her through you and the doctor! Many Blessings to you and all the other children you’re helping! Xx R200
Linda Hutchison What a fantastic cause. You are amazing Carol.! You go girl! Xx R500
The Hughes Family Kelli was so lucky to have you as her Mum! R500
Letitia vd Westhuizen I’m soo sorry for your loss. Carol you are such an amazing angle. I admire your devotion to Choc. Spread the love, child of God. Love, Letitia R300
Lani Fowles Lots of love to you Carol. Thanks for your efforts! R200
Lindy Bradford You are an inspiration Carol. well done! R300
Hilton Build-it R1 000
Swimchix Swimathon R2 500
Pulsar Process Measurement Ltd We are proud to support you in your 2nd 8 mile swim. Good luck. R2 500
 

Supporting children with cancer and life-threatening blood disorders, and their families; improving early detection and facilitating effective treatment.

http://www.choc.org.za/
086 111 3500
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