*** PLEASE REPLY TO KEEP THIS THREAD ALIVE *** First of all, asking for money from people on BHW is not something I am in the habbit of doing. This is something which has tore my heart strings and I am begging that some of you may take the time to help. The story is about a little girl called Millie. She is 9 years old, and is suffering from a rare disorder called Ataxia. this truely dreadful disorder attacks literally every nerve in the body, even the heart muscles. It slowly renders the sufferer imobile in the most terrible way. Millie's case has been diagnosed as severe. Millie lived a normal happy go lucky life until around a year ago when the doctors gave the family the terrible news. Since then she has suffered several operations including a 7 hour operation to her spine in order to maintain her quality of life. Amazingly with the help of her family, Millie has not only fought this disorder, she has setup her own charity website. http://milliemaesworld.co.uk/millie/ PLEASE look at the site, and remember this little girl. Would you like to help her and those like her? If the answer is yes, please read on. 1. First and foremost, please consider making a donation. No matter how small this will help massively. Every single penny is appreciated and used to help find a cure which will help Millie. You can make a donation here; http://milliemaesworld.co.uk/millie/?page_id=341 2. If you are unable to make a donation please reply here, with your comments about Millie's website, as just keeping this thread alive is a help. 3. Please write about this condition on your facebook page and link to Millie's website. If you can do any of the above it will be a huge help. If you can do all of the above it would be amazing! Read all about Millie short life here; http://milliemaesworld.co.uk/millie/?page_id=26 Please consider if this was your daughter, son or family. If you can do anything to help please go to the website and make a donation. I read this story, and I am now spending some time on performing SEO for Millie's website. I hope you can do somethign to help this very good cause. Thank you for your time.