FAMILY OF SICK DUNDEE CHILD ZOE ‘GOBSMACKED’ AFTER STRANGER GIVES £1,800 FOR DREAM TRIP

THE EVENING TELEGRAPH | Steven Rae
Andrew Gibb (left) has donated his work bonus to send Zoe Doogan, with mum Elaine, on a trip to Disney World
A Dundee toddler battling a life-threatening condition is to go on a dream trip to Disney World after a stranger donated his £1,800 work bonus.

As reported in last week’s Tele, Zoe Doogan, two, suffers from Cystic Fibrosis.

The life-shortening condition leads sufferers to experience a build-up of thick, sticky mucus in their lungs, digestive system and other organs, causing a wide range of physical challenges.

Zoe’s family, including mum Elaine and dad Daniel, has been fundraising to send Zoe on the “trip of a lifetime” to Orlando, and family friend John Brown, 35, a mental health nurse from Broughty Ferry, is set to take part in a 10k run in Edinburgh on May 27.

Andrew Gibb, who is also going to be “flying the flag” for both Zoe and the Cystic Fibrosis Trust on his next fundraising endeavour — the Three Peaks Challenge — made the donation out of his own pocket. Continue reading
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