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Help bring hope to deaf children like Bobby this Christmas 

Last October, mum Emma found out her new born son Bobby was deaf. She felt lost, panicking about everything from whether he would go to school or hear her tell him she loves him.

Things got worse. On Christmas Eve, Bobby was rushed to hospital. It was a world away from the perfect Christmas she’d imagined.

Watch their video above to find out how, thanks to kind and generous supporters like you, Emma is now full of hope for Bobby’s future.

Please make a kind donation so other families who’ve found out their child is deaf don’t have to face Christmas feeling scared and alone.

Your generous gift will give hope to families like Bobby’s this Christmas.

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Last October, mum Emma found out her new born son Bobby was deaf. She felt lost, panicking about everything from whether he would go to school or hear her tell him she loves him.

Things got worse. On Christmas Eve, Bobby was rushed to hospital. It was a world away from the perfect Christmas she’d imagined.

 

Watch their video above to find out how, thanks to kind and generous supporters like you, Emma is now full of hope for Bobby’s future.

Please make a kind donation so other families who’ve found out their child is deaf don’t have to face Christmas feeling scared and alone.

Your generous gift will give hope to families like Bobby’s this Christmas.

Your gift to the National Deaf Children's Society.

£10 could contribute towards a Sign Language course to help families communicate with their deaf child. 

£20 could give a family who are worried about the impact of coronavirus on their child's education free support through our Helpline.

£30 could go towards our virtual workshops and coffee mornings to help families feel less isolated during lockdown.

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