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The Story Behind Kahuka Reds

We donate 10% of our profits from every purchase of Kahuka Red to the Children's hospital in Leeds that treats our son. We've kindly been getting some questions about the hospital and the cause we're supporting so we wanted to offer some further explanation 

Which hospital is the donation made to?

The donation goes to Leeds LGI children’s hospital. Specifically the haematology and oncology department that treats our son to help his rare blood disorder. 

Here's more information on the hospital www.leedsth.nhs.uk/patients-visitors/our-hospitals/leeds-childrens-hospital

The Haematology department www.leedsth.nhs.uk/a-z-of-services/leeds-cancer-centre/services/childrens-and-adolescent-oncology-and-haematology/services/haematology

About our son's condition 

in 2017 our son was diagnosed with a rare blood disorder (less than 1000 people in the UK suffer from the disorder in comparison to 5000 UK lottery millionaire winners - so he's very unlucky and had better odds of winning the lottery!) and is under the care of the children's hospital. Sadly his condition is incurable and we spend many hours each week in the hospital to help him as he battles against joint pain and the damage he suffers from internal and joint bleeding.

How does the donation help?

Above all the staff have been hugely helpful and deeply caring for our son which requires our huge thanks and appreciation. The donations we are making is helping to contribute to covering full time specialist nursing staff and physiotherapists that will care for our son and others like him for the rest of their lives. 

We're very happy to be able to help offer a donation to the hospital and most of all we're hugely grateful to you for purchasing Kahuka Reds. We're grateful for your questions around the donation and we look forward to bringing you further updates. 

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Aloha ❤️

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