We want to acknowledge that on the 4th July this year Dani would have been turning 30, it’s so hard to believe the she has been gone for 13 years today.
We have to wonder how life may have been if she was still here.
- Would she have a partner?
- Would she be a Mum?
- What sort of work would she be doing?
She has a niece that she never got to meet, also with many cousins too.
We miss her smile, her laugh, her character, her love of horses, her love of music, her caring nature, her love to look after the younger kids, her love to drive and so much more.
For her 21st we raised $2100 for Starlight, so this time we are aiming to raise $3000.00 for The Compassionate Friends Vic.
Danielle Marie Galati
4/7/1988 – 21/4/2005
Age 16yrs 9mths Taken far too soon
Dani’s 30th Birthday
Loving messages from donors
I have always said I’m not sure how I would have coped with the loss of Dani if it were not for all the support at I got from the Rowville TCFV support group.
Know can really understand what it is like to loss a child unless you to have lost one.
I have now been working for over 7 years and I know first-hand the support we offer helps so many families on their grief journey.
TCFV does some amazing work with new families, Creating Hope that they will somehow survive the loss and be able to live again in time.
We love you and miss you everyday Dani
Love Always now and forever Mum, Dad, Ben and Tony xxxxx
Are donations tax deductible?
Yes, a receipt will be sent to you immediately by email when approved.
The Compassionate Friends Victoria is endorsed as a deductible gift recipient Item 1 of the table in section 30-15 of the Income Tax Assessment Act
How are donations used?
- Funding the 24-hour Grief Helpline
- Covering the cost of sending a care package to a newly bereaved family
- Providing specialist training for support group facilitators and Helpline phone answerers
- Costs of printing and distributing bi-monthly magazine to bereaved families
- The purchasing and sending costs of anniversary cards to ensure a child or sibling is never forgotten