Postcard campaign to raise awareness in government that 8 fit and healthy young people die every week in the UK – asking MP’s to join up to the Cardiac Risk in the Young All Party Parliamentary Group as a voice for change in parliament. In 2009 this postcard campaign became the 12 a week campaign in
Read Update 45 online here The CRY Update is the charity’s newsletter, published three times a year, reporting on CRY news and events, cardiac screenings, breaking developments in medical research and CRY supporters’ fundraising over the preceding months.
Read Update 46 online here The CRY Update is the charity’s newsletter, published three times a year, reporting on CRY news and events, cardiac screenings, breaking developments in medical research and CRY supporters’ fundraising over the preceding months.
28th October 2007 Thought you might like to see these photos taken on the day of the netball match which was sponsored for CRY in Sarah’s memory. Over £2000 raised so far with a bit more to come in – thank you all so much!! Check out in particular the one of me in Sarah’s old
21st October 2007 Philippa Stanyard and top Scottish cricketer Neil McCallum – who scored 60 against Pakistan in the summer – sportingly donned heart suits to publicise CRY and to help raise funds in memory of Croydon Harrier Cecilia Barriga. Down from Edinburgh for the weekend, they volunteered to run with just one day to go.
30th September 2007 Our journey started on the Saturday at 8.00am on this long trip to Newcastle. We were shortly to meet up with friends and before we knew it we had checked in a lovely B&B that was recommended by our running club leaders Phil and Rita Vanes – and with a sea view as
23rd September 2007 The Unipres Golf Society had a charity golf competition at Maften Hall in Northumberland in aid of CRY and for the Kasia Ber Memorial Fund. They raised £305 and all of the lads had a great day out. The competition was won by Mark Canning (on the left in the picture) and the
September 2007 Denise Gutcher did a sponsored “Stop Smoking” – she has done fantastically, well done! She raised £362 in memory of ‘Kasia Ber’ £50 from ‘Biceps Gym’ £50 from ‘Geordies Pizza’ £262 from the people and businesses of Horden Thank you all. John, Diane and Christopher Ber
25th August 2007 Aimee Norman organised a sponsored walk to raise money for CRY in memory of her boyfriend, Christopher Dixon. Aimee was joined on the walk by 11 others. The weather on the day was excellent, and overall the day was a great success.
Please accept this donation of £2600 for the CRY Northern Ireland fund. The money was raised during a steak barbecue fundraising event which took place on 17th August at the Anglers and Fisherman’s sporting club in Ballinamallard, Fermanagh. Approximately 100 people attended, each buying BBQ tickets worth £10. The additional money was raised via a raffle,