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It should come as no surprise that not all Adelaide home builders are designed to be equal. Some won’t be transparent with costs and will try to trick you into signing a contract without knowing how much you’re likely to pay, while others, like Selah Homes, will do their utmost to ensure the contract includes everything you need to build your dream home with confidence.
On November 7th 2021 Selah Homes will be entering a team to run/walk the City to Bay Fun Run. Leading up to the event Selah Homes will be raising donations for the Running for Premature Babies Foundation, funds raised will enable the charity to purchase urgently needed lifesaving neonatal equipment for neonatal units around Australia- including a lifesaving Nava Ventilator for the NICU at the Flinders Medical Centre.
This is a cause especially close to Laura's heart, as both of her children were born premature. They required months in hospital after being born via emergency C-section due to life threatening conditions HELLP syndrome, Preeclampsia and Acute Fatty Liver of Pregnancy. Her first baby was born 2 months early at 32 weeks gestation, weighing only 1.5kg. 18 months later, her second baby was born 3 months early at 28 weeks gestation, weighing a mere 970 grams. Both of her children were lucky enough to receive life saving treatment- including the Nava Ventilator- and intensive care in NICU at Flinders Medical Centre.
Please help us reach our target of raising $1000 by making a tax deductible donation through our fundraising page (link in bio).
It only takes a minute and any money you can give (no matter how large or small) will go a long way to ensuring premature babies have access to the very best care possible.
Thank you, we really appreciate your support! Selah Homes
For more information on the work of this amazing charity go to: www.runningforprematurebabies.com
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