4 weeks – 3,500 mince pies baked – over 500 boxes sold – £1720 raised for CRY. As I have always baked mince pies at Christmas time for family and friends, this year I decided I would bake and sell them to raise funds for CRY in memory of our son Andrew Key, who loved a
We battered against the weather and created our grottos. We did in two places in Urmston, our home town. Both supported us really well. We had our Xmas hampers made by my previous primary school where I was deputy head and also Wythenshawe Hospital Cystic Fibrosis Unit staff. Our santas did a fantastic job and there
Rosemary and Peter raised this throughout the year from sales of homemade marmalade, handmade cards, cake stalls, three coffee mornings, and from additional donation contributions. 16.12.2021
Gemma Wisdom’s Hackney Half Marathon, Charly Coldrey’s Royal Parks Half Marathon, and kind donations from friends & family have all contributed to this amount.
Masquerade Ball in Memory of Tom Greenwood The Georgia Leigh Ogden Foundation has held a number of fundraising events over the past 12 months from walks, cycling, raffles, & most recently a Masquerade Ball. The ball was the foundations first fundraising ball held on 9th October where we thought it would be a great opportunity to
William’s Rainbow fundraiser for cardiac risk in the young on the 3rd of July raised a grand total of £1,866.15 In memory of Jamie-leigh rose 🌈🌈🌈🌈🌈🌈🌈🌈🌈🌈🌈🌈🌈🌈🌈🌈
Williams great cake bake 26th November 2021 for Cardiac Risk in the Young raised a grand total £300.04 Thank you so much for helping us support this amazing charity in memory of Jamie-Leigh rose 🌈🌈🌈🌈🌈
William Rowland, aged 8, from Taunton in Somerset, wanted to raise money for CRY in memory of his uncle Gary who died in 2015, aged just 28. William and his dad enjoy cycle rides so Will thought he would like to cycle 12 miles. Friends and family supported Will with online donations and he was very
Saturday 2nd October 2021 was a dreich, wet, windy day on the beautiful Isle of Cumbrae, Scotland. The weather though could not dampen the spirits of the 70 special family members and friends who joined us for a fundraiser in aid of CRY and in memory of Scott. 11 ran a half marathon, 35 cycled or
After a couple of years break from holding the tournament, we had a very eager team of children and their parents wanting to compete in our yearly trophy in James’ memory. 36 members of The Broxbourne Tennis Club took part on a chilly but fresh October evening. So much fun and laughter was had by everyone.