Fundraiser for Kilmore teenager left quadriplegic after motorbike accident

Teenager Harvey McKeever was left a quadriplegic after a dirtbike accident at his family's Willomavin property in February. He has only just returned home after a long stint in the Royal Children's Hospital.

A major fundraiser is being held for a Kilmore teenager seriously injured in a motorbike accident in February.

Harvey McKeever has been left a quadriplegic and will require months of rehabilitation.

Harvey, 15 at the time of accident, had his whole world turned upside down.

The Broadford Secondary College student was discharged from hospital at the weekend but requires significant rehabilition and round-the-clock care.

Harvey’s aunt Niree Weybury said the raffle would raise money for home renovations and the extra items Harvey now needed.

“Tickets are $50 each and the prizes are amazing – we only have 100 tickets remaining,” she said.

Prizes include a private jet to Sydney, tickets in a box at the MCG, Dewalt power tool gift packs; Flight Centre voucher; Crown Metropol accommodation package; Melbourne Racing Club dining package, and more.

Tickets can be purchased by emailing Niree at

To pay for tickets, details are: Account name: Oaklands Pony Club; BSB: 013276; Account number: 282662933.