Lilly Bradley has Caudal Regression Syndrome – her spinal cord only grew to her T9. She is confined to a wheelchair. But this is not going to stop her from helping other kids!

Lilly is only 13 but has big dreams and big plans. Despite being confined to a wheelchair, she wants to help other kids in need. Lilly is raising thousands of dollars for Variety Children’s Charity so that she can help others. Lilly has sourced donations and is selling raffle tickets at Winston Glades Shopping Centre in Ipswich. She is hoping to sell the remainder of her tickets.

Lilly started singing with the Variety all abilities choir and they provided her with sponsorship – which she is putting toward a professional voice and drama course. Lilly wants to be Australia’s most successful disabled Aussie singer. She is so grateful for the support that she wants to raise funds to help other kids to achieve their dreams.

Her father, Enda Bradley, said that Lilly is amazing. “She has so much energy. She has sourced all the prizes and hampers herself. She has approached businesses asking them for help and she has received overwhelming support from everyone across the community.” He added that, “Lilly is not prepared to let her disability stop her. She wants to achieve as much as she can in life and help others to achieve their dreams too.”

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