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The Daisy Garland charity was set up in November 2004 to keep Daisy's memory alive and to help other little children like her.

We fund an increasing number of Ketogenic Dietitians who work in National Health Hospitals treating hundreds of children with intractable epilepsy.

We are the only charity funding full-time Ketogenic Dietitians working within NHS hospitals nationwide - each dietitian costs up to £47,000 per annum. If you think you could help us fund our next Daisy Garland Ketogenic Dietitian go to HOW YOU CAN HELP. Be in touch today.

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New Daisy Garland Patron

Jul 22nd, 2013

It is with great pleasure that we announce the appointment of Jane Asher as our second patron.  Jane's charity work in the UK is extremely well-respected and we are honoured that she has accepted to support The Daisy Garland.  Besides her prolific work for theatre, film and television, Jane Asher is also known for her extremely successful cake business and is a best-selling author.  

"I was very moved to read of Daisy's story, and very honoured to be invited to become a patron of the wonderful charity set up in her name.  I so much admire the way Sara and David, having had to endure every parent's worst imaginable horror, are reaching out to other families to help them avoid some of the suffering and distress that can be caused by childhood epilepsy.  I've no doubt the lives of many children with this complex and debilitating disease will be transformed through their efforts, and I hope to do my bit to promote their excellent work."

Jane Asher - June 2013

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