The Great Cake Bake Coffee Morning in memory of Neil Ward

In November 2014 during Elaine’s presidency of Dronfield Inner Wheel, she held her first coffee morning to raise funds for screening in Dronfield.  It was in conjunction with CRY’s Great Cake Bake held at the end of Raising Awareness Week. Over 40 people attended.  It was a very special day.

Sunshine Ball in memory of Amy Jayne Russell

A charity fundraising ball was held at the Victoria & Albert hotel in Manchester, in memory of Amy Jayne Russell, who died 15th October 2004 in Fuerteventura of an undiagnosed medical condition. A total of £2,158 was raised. The ball was attended by 130 of her family – friends and supporters. The ex Manchester United player ‘Stormin Norman’

Christmas charity in memory of Ronnie Armitage

Daniel Launder kindly chose C.R.Y for his schools annual Christmas charity. Daniel lost his uncle Ronnie to sudden death in April 2008. Daniel really enjoys helping raise money, £417 was raised from the generous parents of Oasis academy Pinewood.  

Cricket match and fun day

19th September 2014 Our aim was to raise money to fund the purchase of a defibrillator to be available at our local football development centre where the Milton Branch of the North Staffs Lads and Dads play their home matches. The day was a great success and we raised a fantastic amount of money, over £4000.

Red Heart Ball in memory of David Brown

Laura and close friend Natalie Bridgman, 28, from Stubbington, planned and organised a charity ball in memory of David, calling it the Red Heart Ball. They raised almost £5,000 from the Red Heart Ball and Barclays – where Natalie works as branch manager in Park Gate – added a further £4,000. It took Laura and Natalie

Mount Snowdon Climb in memory of David Brown

On 1st November 2014 several friends and I climbed Mount Snowdon. It was double celebrations as it was our friend’s 30th birthday and I managed to raise £422 for CRY. The weather wasn’t brilliant, it was cold, wet and very windy and it got a little scary at times but we climbed up in 3 hours

48 hour challenge in memory of Harry Faulkner

On the 26th and 27th July 2014, Will Gilbey, Ali Leighton, Harry Sambrook, Michael Andrews, Richard Morton and myself Joel Mellmann, began our 48 hour cycling challenge to raise money in memory of Harry Faulkner. We decided to complete 1706km between the 6 of us on 2 stationary gym bikes, in teams of 3 at RAF

Liverpool lawyers raise £14,000 for local charities

Staff at Hampson Hughes Solicitors have been handing out cheques to local charities following a yearlong fundraising drive through its charitable foundation. This time last year the local lawyers embarked on a series of charitable activities including: dress down days; charity challenges and fundraising events. Combined, staff along with the firm’s generous supporters raised £10,000 which