Driven by his ‘gift of life’ Andrew smashes his £100,000 target

Published: 12th December 2018

By Tom Williams – Oxford Mail

Seventeen years since raising his first grand at a school non-uniform day, a determined fundraiser for Oxford’s healthcare has smashed his £100,000 target.

After countless tombola’s, football matches, talent contests and collection drives, Andy Baker achieved his lifelong goal this month, despite himself living with a brain injury from birth.

Under the banner of Play2Give, the 30-year-old Didcot man, who began his mission to thank the medics who saved his life, has donated the cash to help ill children at Oxford Children’s Hospital and victims of brain injuries at Headway Oxfordshire, amongst other causes.

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