Caroline is currently trying to raise another £5,000 to cover her ongoing healthcare expenses up until 3rd March 2023 (exactly two years after vaccination). For more details please see her JustGiving page. Any money Caroline doesn't end up needing will go to support other vaccine-injured.
Caroline is an admin on UKCVFamily, a friendly UK-based community of individuals that experienced adverse reactions after receiving Covid-19 Vaccines. Donations help to provide much-needed communal support, advocacy, and awareness for the vaccine-injured in the UK.
Purchase copies of Caroline's survival guide for other vaccine-injured people, their families, their politicians, or for members of the healthcare community. Or order a whole box of 46 to be distributed by Caroline or UKCVFamily. We WILL find someone who needs a copy.
Caroline has raised around £175,000 for Tohoku, and continues to do so, specifically raising money for workwear for the fishing communities, school uniforms for Oshika Junior High School students, and the ongoing restoration of a 400-year old shrine built by famous samurai warlord, Date Masamune. Donations have ranged from ¥20,000 to over three million yen.
Caroline spent her 50th birthday leading a "Wonder Woman Walk" around Cirencester, and raised £1500 for the Meningitis Research Foundation in memory of Ella Laine. Ella's mum, Sarah, is one of Caroline's oldest friends. Ella's twin sister, elder sister, parents, and auntie are heading off on the Morocco High Atlas Mountains Trek in June 2022, to raise money in her memory.