GEORGIE Manning is fighting for her life.
Her family actually got a house in Melbourne, a rental, so they've moved from Bendigo to Melbourne for an indefinite amount of time.Tegan Baines
The brave two-year-old has been diagnosed with primitive neuroectodermal tumours, a rare cancer characterised by clusters of tumours on the brain and spine.
Georgie is in the Royal Children's Hospital intensive care unit and is hooked up to a multitude of machines helping her tiny body battle the disease.
Georgie's parents Nikki and Andy Manning have moved their young family from Bendigo to Melbourne last week to be closer to the hospital.
Georgie's aunt Tegan Baines said it had been a tough few weeks for the family.
"On March 19 Georgie went into the Bendigo hospital and had an MRI done there and they found a brain tumour," Mrs Baines said.
"She had been sick in the lead up to it but it was just classed as a viral infection.
"She went into hospital because she'd lost her eye sight so from there she got taken down to Melbourne and they booked her in for surgery to see if they could remove some of it.
"But they only removed a slight percentage of it and while she was under, they found another one on the spine.
"So from there we waited for the results and it came back that it was an aggressive cancer, a rare cancer."
Mrs Baines said Georgie had five days of chemo but ended up getting an infection.
"Now she's still in ICU because her white blood cell count is extremely low, nearly next to nothing," Mrs Baines said.
"Her fluids can't stay in her body.
"She had a seizure last Wednesday night and she got put in an induced coma.
"Her family actually got a house in Melbourne, a rental, so they've moved from Bendigo to Melbourne for an indefinite amount of time."
Mrs Baines is organising a fundraising event to help the family cover their expenses.
"Georgie's Market will be at Eaglehawk Secondary College on May 25 from 10am," she said.
"There will be market stalls, a sausage sizzle, entertainment for kids, a raffle and a silent auction with money donated to help out the family."
For more information visit the Georgie's Market Facebook page.