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The rca community has come together to support a baby who’s been put on a life support machine.

The baby, named Mimi, is a 3-week-old baby boy.

His parents are trying to raise enough money to keep Mimi alive, and they need your help to get him through this.

He’s been in intensive care at the University of Toronto Hospital, where he’s been placed on life support for four days.

“There’s no other way to put it, he’s just been in a coma and his parents are asking for your help,” said Mimi’s mom, Tanya Johnson.

The parents have been overwhelmed by the outpouring of support and donations from around the country, and have made a pledge to raise the money needed to keep their son alive.

“We don’t know how long we have to wait to get a miracle like this,” Johnson said.

“He has been on life-support for four consecutive days, so we’re really hoping that it’s just a matter of time.”

Johnson said Miri’s parents have had to make their own medical decisions.

“It’s really tough to get into the process,” she said.

“I’m just hoping that we’re able to get through this, and if we do, I hope that he’ll be in a lot better place in the future.”

The hospital has had to set up a Facebook page and Twitter account to coordinate fundraising efforts, and Johnson said that’s why they’ve had to find a way to reach out to people on social media.

“People who are trying their best, we’re so thankful for their efforts, but we just don’t have the funds for all the donations,” she explained.

“For the parents who are able to donate, I think that is incredible.”

There are now more than 1,400 people who have signed up to support Mimi on the Facebook page, and more than $15,000 in donations have been made.

“This is a very hard time for them,” Johnson told the ABC.

“Their son is a precious life, and we want to keep them alive so they can go on to have a happy future.”

A few people have donated to help raise money for Mimi.

Johnson said they are working on getting a fund set up for them to help cover medical expenses.

Mimi’s parents say they have a plan for his recovery.

“The biggest thing is that we know that he’s doing better than he was last week, so hopefully he’ll make it,” Johnson added.

“If he’s not, we will be back to a place where he’ll not have a life of fear, anxiety, isolation.”

If you or someone you know needs help, call Lifeline on 13 11 14 or text 1311 for the number.

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