SHE has already sacrificed her hair to raise cash for the profoundly disabled.
Now Cowlersley mum Lynsey Stubbs, is holding a jumble sale to help finance a facility for Multiple Sclerosis suffers.
Lynsey, 31, is raising cash for the West Yorkshire Multiple Sclerosis Centre near Yeadon, where she will be taking her son Toby, three, for oxygen therapy.
The youngster has a range of chronic disabilities including, microcephaly, global development delay, low white matter and myelin levels in brain, West Syndrome, spasticity, visual impairment, Talipes (club foot), strabismus (crossed eyes), face sensitivity, gastroesophageal reflux disease and osteoporosis.
But despite his many problems Toby is a bright, cheerful, playful and energetic little boy.
Last year Lynsey raised £1,200 for the Leeds based centre by shaving her head.
And with Toby due to have sessions five days a week throughout the summer, Lynsey has vowed to raise more cash for the vital service.
She has secured donations, including one from the Cuckoo’s Nest charity shop at Marsden, and has been given a free sign to advertise her jumble sale by A1 signs.
The sale will be held at her parent’s house at 11 Stainecross Avenue in Crosland Moor on Sunday, July 15.
Lynsey said the therapy was given for free but said the centre received no NHS funding so it was vital that she helped bolster its coffers.
She said: “We’re raising money to say thanks and give a bit back.
“Toby has had oxygen therapy before and it seems to make a big difference.
“It’s very popular in America but in this country it’s not something you can get on the NHS.
“It definitely helps to heal his body.
“They say oxygen to the brain is like rain to the desert.
“He had 80 sessions last year and we saw a massive difference compared to other children that haven’t had it.
“He’s technically blind but his sight has improved beyond anything we thought, so it’s definitely something we will be continuing doing.
“The treatment is free but the centre is run on donations.’’
To read more about Toby see www.tobyspad.weebly.com