Shaianne Dawes

For people living with cerebral palsy.

I step for my younger brother Cohen, complications at birth led to his first week of life in hospital hooked up to life support not knowing if he was going to make it. Now he is 13 living with cerebral palsy but not letting it define him and he has the funniest personality. I can’t imagine my life without my brother and  I know first hand how research and funding for equipment and services makes an impact On day to day life ! 

Taking 10,000 steps a day is one heck of a challenge! But every step will be made easier knowing it's all for a very worthy cause. 

Every dollar I raise will provide vital equipment, therapy and services to children and adults living with cerebral palsy as well as further research and innovative technology . Please help me support this great cause!



Thank you to my Sponsors

$20.70

Louisa Quilter

Xx from Hazel G

$31.05

Heidi Cherry

$51.75

Alex Maddox

Thank you for sharing your story Shai, good luck for the hitting your goal, from Alex, Teddy,Megan & Lachlan

$15.53

Makenzie And Madellyn

$31.05

Liam O Loughlin

Thanks for sharing your story and we wish you and Cohen the best of luck

$53.82

Katie Wilmot

Such a great cause! Thank you for sharing this very personal and touching story. All the best for Cohen and you - such a beautiful bond!

$20.70

Alyssia Morison

$20.70

Bronwyn Kirby

Good luck!

$52

Dani Mcdonald

Great work Shai

$51.75

Nina Ross

What a beautiful and incredibly special connection you two have! Lots of love, Nina and Isaac

$20.70

Marissa Rundle

With love from Poppy M.

$23.81

Brigitte Read

Such an incredible cause. Thank you for sharing your incredible and touching story. All the best from Rosie and her family.

$20.70

Shai

$51.75

Gabe Paquola

Such a great cause, great work Shai.

$52

Savita Udadar

Wish you all the very best Shai and Cohen, I hope you will raise the much needed funds for this Cause and be amazing siblings like you sound! Savita

$103.50

Jude Byers

Stepping out for a great cause!! Well done, Shai!