Crowdfunding Amy Pieters: Champion of hearts

Crowdfunding Amy Pieters: Champion of hearts


Our rider Amy Pieters had just before Christmas an unfortunate crash during a training ride on the bicycle with the Dutch national selection in Spain. She suffered severe brain damage and fell into a coma. In Spain she was immediately operated and we feared for her life. The first weeks have been very difficult for her and her loved ones. But thankfully Amy is still here!

We are now a few months further and Amy has regained consciousness. The further course of her recovery is still very uncertain. She is working hard on her rehabilitation. Amy can’t speak at the moment, she also still has a loss on the right side of her body, which makes the recovery tough and difficult.
No matter how hard the treatments are, and how difficult the situation is right now, Amy lives by her own motto #smile to enjoy, and smiles at life again!

It is not yet possible to predict how long her recovery will take, or how far she can get.
What we do know is that Amy is a sportswoman at heart. She is combative, positive and never gives up.
She has always committed herself and worked hard to achieve her goals. Both individually and in a team. Her effort and struggle now serves a much greater purpose, and she cannot do it alone.
Treatments that Amy can undergo, both in the Netherlands and abroad, are not all reimbursed. Modifications and tools are very expensive.

We want to offer Amy as many opportunities as possible to get the most out of herself.
A fund has been set up for Amy so that, partly thanks to donations, she can hopefully make use of all the opportunities that are possible for her. All donations fully benefit the recovery of and by Amy.
At the Dutch national championships, where Amy Pieters normally would have defended her title, we start a crowdfunding for Amy. 
The site where you find more information about the crowdfunding and you can donate money is: 

Support Amy Pieter's rehabilitation

Help Amy by giving her as many opportunities as possible to get the most out of herself. All donations will go towards Amy's recovery.

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