The staff of the Ronald McDonald House at Crumlin Children’s Hospital have said a big thank you to brave Noah Gooch and his team for their kind donation.
Noah (6), who also has Down’s Syndrome, was diagnosed with cancer earlier this year.
As he continues to battle his illness, his family organised the giant bed push fundraising effort back in August.
The 250- kilometre-long journey, from Crumlin Hospital to Letterkenny University Hospital, was in aid of nine beneficiaries that help families with children diagnosed with life-threatening illnesses.
Noah’s Bed Push has raised, to date, a staggering €130,000!
Today the staff and Ronald McDonald House, one of the beneficiaries, paid tribute to little Noah and his dad, Lee.
“How can we fit all of the love that went into this event into one social media post,” they said.
“Incredibly this year, Noah’s family wanted to give something back and to say thank you for the life-saving medical care he has been receiving since his diagnosis. Team Noah pushed their hospital bed a grueling 250km from Dublin to Donegal and raised A whopping €130,000 for nine charities, including our House, while doing so.
“Lee Gooch (Noah’s Dad), who we remember from our House, was the driving force behind this fundraiser.All we want to say is congratulations and thank you to everyone involved for including us in such a wonderful event. Simply incredible!”