‘Bleu’s Journey’ Receives Helping Hand in the form of Funding from the Pavers Foundation

The Pavers Foundation has donated £3,300 to ‘Bleu’s Journey’, a fundraiser in aid of Bleu Greenwood, a young boy battling with cerebal palsy.

The donation comes as a result of a grant application submitted by Michele Crane, Supervisor at Pavers in Stapleton, who wanted to apply for the grant to help her young Nephew Bleu, together with a contribution on behalf of Jason Paver, Director of Sales.

Michele applied for the grant to try to help raise funds for an essential operation Bleu needed. Having been born with Stage 4 cerebal palsy, Bleu struggles with simple everyday tasks that other children can enjoy freely. The donations will go towards an essential ‘SDR’ operation which Bleu needs, which is unfortunately not provided on the NHS. Hopefully, this operation will allow Bleu to move around more freely and dramatically improve his chances of being able to walk unaided!

Michele’s colleagues, members of store staff at Pavers Stapleton, have all taken part in the fundraising efforts for Bleu, with Store Manager Emma King even completing a skydive in aid of the cause!

“On behalf of myself and the family, especially Bleu, I would just like to thank everyone involved for making this money available to help Bleu. It really will make such a huge difference, so, THANK YOU”

Emma King, Store Manager, Pavers Stapleton

The Pavers Foundation is delighted to make these donations to ‘Bleu’s Journey’ to contribute towards improving the life of Bleu Greenwood.

To find out more about Bleu’s progress, you can visit their fundraising facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/pg/BleusJourney/posts/