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Thirteen Boys From Horsforth School Raise £500 for Cardiac Risk in the Young at Annual Charity Swim Fundraiser
Thirteen boys from years 9 and 10 at Horsforth School in Leeds chose CRY as their nominated charity for the school’s annual charity swim fundraiser. The lads shown in the photographs swam 1044 lengths between them and raised £500 after swim expenses. Older students from Horsforth School 6th form staged a charity boxing match in
From cakes sales and raffles, garden tool sales, car washes and dress-down days, Barrus has been raising money for charitable organisations. At the end of last year, Barrus employees were asked to nominate a charity of their choice to benefit from the monies raised. The nominations were put into a draw and picked out of
My friends walked 26 miles to raise money for Cardiac Risk in the Young. This was after I had a cardiac arrest in April of last year (I am the one in the wheelchair). My friends and family have been so supportive of me when I was in the hospital and in rehabilitation. Together, we
Here are some of the photos from the Pet First Aid evening we put on. I did a PowerPoint presentation about common first aid procedures including how to do CPR, deal with cuts, burns, poisonings, allergic reactions etc. We then split everyone into small groups to demonstrate some of the things we talked about and
I have worked at Redlands Primary School for 10+ years and in December 2019 a weekly year group/ department ‘Bake Off’ was organised. Each week a different group made the cakes and the rest of the staff ‘sampled’ them and donated money for a charity. There was also a group winner which was Early Years
Every year the Chilver family light up their house with Christmas Lights to raise money for charity. In 2019 they chose CRY, raising money to be donated in memory of Ashley Trigg; a fellow majorette and friend who passed away suddenly.
We would like to thank everyone who came along to Thomas charity night – the grand amount raised was….. £5,352 !! £200 will go towards a paving stone and brick at Celtic park for Thomas. 🏔 On the day of the charity night, a sponsored walk up Ben Lomond by Thomas friends & family took
We had a Santa’s grotto event in memory of our son Richard. This is an annual event for work colleagues and family friends where I run the tombola stall in aid of CRY. This year we also did a raffle and guess the teddy’s name. Everybody helps on the day especially the gardeners who play
When Charlotte Adams died in 2014 at just 23 years old from an undiagnosed heart condition, her Mother – Kate Bome, pledged to help others avoid such unbearable tragedy by raising funds in memory of her daughter. ‘The Charlotte Adams Memorial Fund’ had, before this weekend, raised over £60K, enabling local Heart Screening Events to
This year’s Remembering Charlotte was held on 23rd November – the 5th anniversary of Charlotte’s death. Over 160 tickets for the event sold out within 24 hours. The event was held at The Lion Inn in Boreham with comedian Paul Eastwood and vocalist Keeley Smith. There was an auction and raffle to raise further funds
We held a Christmas themed fair in New Eltham, South East London, in memory of our friend, Anthony Fitzgerald. We sold CRY Christmas cards, gifts, tea, coffee, hot chocolate, cakes and mince pies. We had a sweet cart and doughnut wall, craft table, tombola and raffle. Overall we raised a total of £941.75 for CRY.
An utterly wonderful afternoon was had by the community, young and old, at the GHS Soup, Sweet & Songs. The event was organised by Golspie High School’s Interact Club in order to bring together the community in the festive time of year. However, it was decided by the group that the money raised would go
This was my first presentation as a voluntary representative to a large group of sports students at Richard Huish College in Taunton. I explained to the young people what happened to our son, and told his story. I then explained about Cardiac Risk in the Young, why I have become a representative, and why fundraising
I was delighted to be invited by John and Jan Hardwick to have a stall at their Secret Valley Xmas Tree Farm for their 2 busiest weekends of the season, CRY being their charity of choice for this year. As well as selling Xmas trees, families with young children enjoyed a visit to Father Xmas
Lincoln’s first ever Drag Race ‘Her Majesty’, created and run by Lincoln International Business University Students, was held at DoubleTree by Hilton on Thursday 28th November 2019. The event included 6 Drag Queens who were all competing for a chosen charity including Seven who was campaigning for CRY. In total, £1,080 was raised and split
Some of our youngest dancers are shown here at the start of our CRY cake bake. We sold cakes and some Christmas cards between ballet classes. We would like to say a massive thank you to all the students and their families for baking such lovely cakes for everyone to buy, and for contributing so
PDR Construction were pleased to host a Cake Bake and Raffle on Thursday 21st November and raised £286.90 for Cardiac Risk in the Young, in particular the Jamie Loncaster Memorial Fund.