Carl Wooden, 32, and Amber Nuttall, 26, from Bispham, need to give again to Ronald McDonald Home, which accommodated the pair without cost so they might stick with 11-week-old son Teddy in Manchester.
Earlier than he was born, medics found Teddy had elevated fluid on the again of his neck and Amber was referred to Saint Mary’s Hospital in Manchester. She and Carl later found Teddy had clubfeet and micrognathia, a situation which causes a smaller than normal decrease jaw.
The couple initially set a goal of £1,000 however at the moment are seeking to elevate £5,000.
Supply driver Carl stated: “Everybody has been superb by the fundraiser and we shortly handed our preliminary aim.
“Now we have been instructed by Ronald McDonald Home that if we’re in a position to hit the goal of £5,000, Teddy may have a room named after him together with his personal plaque and theme, which might be nice.”
Carl has additionally organised a raffle to boost cash for the charity, and companies on the Fylde coast have offered prizes, together with a seven-hour tattoo reserving, aqua thermal expertise at Ribby Corridor, purchasing vouchers, and
Carl added: “The concept of the raffle is that anybody that donates by Teddy’s JustGiving page will robotically be entered into the prize draw to win. It’s going to happen this Saturday on the ‘The Story Of Teddy’ Fb web page.”