Dan Roth – Riding for Daisy

by Daniel Roth

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In June 2014, we welcomed into the world our beautiful little daughter Daisy. We feel blessed that we were able to spend the day with her until she peacefully passed away in our arms. We will always remember with happiness that precious time we were able to spend with Daisy, we only wish she was here for longer.

 

On 12 April 2019 I will participate in a ride to support not only Red Nose (formerly SIDS and Kids) and the Stillbirth Foundation, but those families who have been heavily impacted by the tragic circumstances of losing a loved son or daughter, just like our little Daisy. Together we will ride the 300km on the Hume Highway from Sydney to Canberra and aim to raise money and awareness for the Stillbirth Foundation, SIDS and all other babies taken too soon.

 

As many of you know, this will be my fifth ride to Canberra, and not only is this a great cause, as a father it gives me an opportunity to do something positive to remember Daisy. This year I’m happy to say that watching me at the finish line will be Kate, Gilbert, and Aela who get to remember their daughter and big sister too.

 

To honour the memory of Daisy I have decided to create my own fundraising appeal for the race. All money donated will go to Red Nose and the Stillbirth Foundation, charities that support research into the death of little ones taken too soon, and also provide bereavement support to families like ours.

Please remember all donations over $2 are tax deductible and I look forward to your support and making my ride a success.

 

Click¬†‘Donate Now’¬†to make a secure online donation.

 

Thanks so much for your support!
Dan, Kate, Gil and Aela

 

 

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