CRY Raising Awareness Week

17th to 25th October 2009 Here are some of the ways in which you can help during future Raising Awareness Weeks:   Team up with family, friends or colleagues and organise a fundraising event in your local area – either during Raising Awareness Week or some time during the month of October. We can send you

London Marathon 2009 By Simon Halliday

To say first of all, a HUGE thank you for your donations and support for CRY. The Head of the Charity, Alison Cox, was absolutely delighted with everything, and that CRY had enjoyed their best ever day at the London Marathon. One week on , the memories get better and better as the painful parts fade

Hawaiian garden party in memory of Kasia Ber

We held a Hawaiian theme garden party on the 4th of July to raise awareness and funds for Kasia’s memorial fund within CRY. If it was not for CRY, we would not have known why our beautiful Kasia died. We held this event in our own garden as this is where our Kasia grew up and

Successful first outing of the 2009/10 season for the new Brentford FC away shirt

Brentford FC, managed by CRY Patron Andy Scott, enjoyed a successful first outing in their 2009/10 away shirt with a 3-1 win away at Carlisle United. For the second season running, a special partnership between CRY and Brentford FC has seen the club donate the secondary sponsorship of its away shirt to CRY. This unique partnership

Midlands Postcard

Families from Birmingham and across the Midlands joined together at a poignant event on Friday 13th March, as they helped to launch a major regional campaign to highlight shocking new statistics that show the number of young people who lose their lives to the tragic condition sudden cardiac death now stands at 12 every week –

Norwich dance teacher's big jump for charity

A Norwich dance teacher whose cousin suddenly died from heart failure at the age of just 25 has done a parachute jump to raise money for the charity. Visit

Steve's tough challenge through Egyptian dessert

A businessman overcame what he described as "one of the biggest challenges of his life" by cycling across the Egyptian desert and helping to raise about £50,00 for charity. Visit

Michael's family praises support for campaign

A family are overwhelmed by the support shown for a fundraising campaign in memory of their son, who died suddenly from a heart condition last year. Kevin and Trudy Anderson, of Norton, are appealing for help with a tombola and bag-packing day at Malton’s Morrison’s supermarket in tribute to Michael, who would have been 21 on

ICAP Charity Day 2009

CRY was chosen as one of the charities to benefit from the ICAP Charity Day 2009, thanks to efforts of CRY supporter (and County Representative for Kent) James Brown, whose wife Katrina died suddenly in 2006 aged just 31. ICAP is a large multinational company in the finance sector that presents itself as “…the world’s premier