Tony Hudgell lost both legs after abusing her biological parents as a newborn, which left her to support life at a London children’s hospital.
He started collecting £ 500 for the same hospital by executing throughout June – but he broke this target almost instantly and raised £ 1.1 million on the online fundraising page on Wednesday.
Tony completed his march on Tuesday in front of a large crowd in his hometown, West Malling, in southeastern England, and celebrated with his adoptive family.
“It’s incredible to think Tony could take a few steps a few weeks ago. He’s a very strong and determined boy and we are proud,” he told the PA Media news agency. .
“Paula regularly updates us and we admire her progress,” said Caroline Gormley, Director of Fundraising at the hospital. Said.
“His strength and generosity of all donors will make such an incredible difference. Evelina made everyone in London proud.”