Archive for September, 2011
Andrew Pattison was inspired by his work experiences to run the Belfast Marathon earlier this year for Clark Clinic and Children’s Heartbeat Trust.
Andrew works for Questmark, the company who run the Heartbeat Suite tele-link system, installing the home-monitoring devices in homes of parents of children with heart disease right across Northern Ireland. In the course of his work he has seen the effect that heart disease has on families and wanted to support Clark Clinic and the charity.
Thank you so much Andrew, not only for the fundraising but also for your commitment to ensuring families utilising the home-monitoring initiative, receive a high quality and committed service.
Employees from Acheson & Glover took part in the 2011 Enniskillen Rotary 10k to raise funds for the charity.. The employees who took part where Kenny Rutledge, Janis Kalis, Ian Todd, Eamon McDonagh, Roy Hetherington, Declan McStravick, BrianJohnston, Roy Parsons, Eddie Nethery, Colin Wilson, Ian Lendrum and Daniel Wills.
The motivation behind this fundraising was little Jake Dawson (4) whose mum, Nicola is also an employee with Acheson & Glover. Jake was born with a serious heart condition and received treatment for this at Clark Clinic at the Royal Belfast Hospital for Sick Children.
Thanks to all the employees who ran the hard miles and everyone who supported and sponsored them![
The Dalzell family from Derry raised funds by holding a fantastic Night at the Races and a Sponsored Walk. With lots of support from friends and family both events were great successes! The fundraising was motivated by Caiden Dalzell (6 months) who has spent the most part of his life to date in Clark Clinic. Thankfully Caiden was allowed to go home in August and is now doing well.
A big thankyou to everyone involved in helping with the events!
Diane Reid, and her two daughters Megan and Leah present fundraising to Sarah Quinlan on behalf of the Killymoon Rangers Football Club from Cookstown. The Children’s Heartbeat Trust has been the Killymoon Rangers Football Club’s charity of the year and they raised funds through donating a percentage of funds raised at various events throughout the year.
Thanks so much to the Killymoon Rangers for your support!