Sue Perfit celebrated her 50th birthday in a unique way – by choosing to forgo traditional birthday presents and instead asking for donations to the Michael Lewis Foundation. Her selflessness and generosity touched the hearts of her friends and family, who came together to toast her birthday and raise money for a worthy cause.
The Michael Lewis Foundation was established to honour the memory of Michael Lewis, who passed away at the age of 20. Sue’s decision to donate to the foundation in lieu of traditional birthday presents is a testament to her kind and giving nature. It is heartwarming to see individuals such as Sue use their special occasions to raise awareness and support for important causes.
The birthday celebration was a joyful event, filled with laughter and heartfelt moments. Sue’s friends and family were eager to contribute to the Michael Lewis Foundation, knowing that their donations would go towards a meaningful cause. In total, the celebration raised an impressive £170.00 for the foundation.
The kindness and support demonstrated by Sue and her loved ones continue to blow us away. We are grateful for their selflessness and dedication to promoting type 1 diabetes awareness and supporting the Michael Lewis Foundation.
As the foundation continues its important work, we encourage others to follow Sue’s example and find unique ways to support worthy causes. Whether it’s by donating to a charity, volunteering in your community, or spreading awareness about an issue close to your heart, every action can make a difference.
Sue’s selflessness and generosity serve as an inspiration to us all. Her decision to forgo traditional birthday presents in favour of supporting the Michael Lewis Foundation is a reminder of the power of giving and the impact it can have on those in need.
In conclusion, we extend our heartfelt thanks to Sue and her loved ones for their kindness and generosity in support of the Michael Lewis Foundation. Their contributions will go towards promoting type 1 diabetes awareness and supporting medical research aimed at preventing sudden death in young adults. We hope that others will follow Sue’s lead and find unique ways to give back to their communities and support important causes.