A world record Onesie-wearing Challenge will help fund life-saving treatment for four-year-old Henry Allen.
The brave Bletchley boy has been battling high risk Neuorblastoma for 18 months and last week doctors broke the devastating news that the disease was spreading.
Tests have shown widespread tumours throughout his body.
With most UK treatments exhausted, Henry’s parents Dawn and Mark are determined to raise £500,000 to send their son for pioneering treatment abroad.
Last week the Citizen urged Milton Keynes to become the City of Angels to help raise the cash.
Among the readers responding was mum-of-two Samantha Poole with her all-in-one pyjama plan.
She is seeking a city venue for a mass Onesie Day to break the current world record of 700 wearers in one place.
She is also urging parents to gather their own sponsorship by wearing a onesie on their school run.
You can follow the onesie fun on www.facebook.com/events/137809230. To donate to Henry’s appeal text HENR65 to 70070 or view www.just.giving.com/HenryAllenAppeal