The Amelia-Mae Foundation was set up in aid of a young girl who lost her battle with a childhood cancer Neuroblastoma. The “Fun Day” was originally set up to raise awareness & money to send Amelia-Mae to America for treatment, but unfortunately Amelia-Mae passed away on 6th July 2013. The Amelia-Mae Foundation was set up in her memory in order to raise money to help other sick children with Neuroblastoma travel to America to help battle this tragic disease. The Amelia-Mae Foundation raised over £500 on Sunday 4th August 2013. Organised by Miss Terri Mitchell with the help of The Perfect Smile Richmond Practice Manager Mrs Jacky Fitton and many others. It was a very “Fun Day” with a cake sale, bouncy castles, face painting, games and much more including a raffle in which Perfect Smile Richmond donated an Oral B electric toothbrush. The children at the fun day then released balloons at the end high into the sky in honour of Amelia-Mae……… I was so proud of the team and the organiser Terri Mitchell. It really makes you appreciate all that you have in life and how lucky you really are! God Bless you Amelia-Mae. If you would like to donate to this cause please contact the director of The Amelia-Mae Foundation.