It’s been another busy week at CHT HQ and another busy week for fundraisers raising awareness and fantastic funds for us! Here’s just some of our Fab Fundraisers this week!
Isobel Bingham is pictured giving Lynn a donation of £100.00. Lynn recently gave a talk to Ballynure Women’s Institute on the work of Children’s Heartbeat Trust and they very generously gave a donation to the charity.
Cathy McCloskey is pictured with her daughter Brook and Noleen McMachon from Asda presenting a cheque to Izzie from Clark Clinic and Lynn from CHT for £604.00. The fantastic amount was raised from entering a relay team into the Belfast Marathon.
Sheepland Farm, Ardglass held their annual charity BBQ during the Summer and raised £1,450 each for CHT and Marie Curie Cancer Care. The BBQ is always a great event which everyone looks forward to. Many Thanks go to the Sheepland Farm Family and Friends for their support.
Jennifer Keyes is pictured with her family presenting Lynn from CHT with a cheque for £235 which was raised from a recent coffee morning! Well done to everyone involved!
Julie Hull is pictured with her family presenting a cheque at the recent family day to Lynn. She raised the money by taking part in the Belfast Titanic Half Marathon. Well done Julie in raising £842.00 and many thanks to all who supported her!
Kirsty McCammon along with her family and friends held a BBQ and Fundraiser in Bawn Hall, Aughnacloy which raised a brilliant amount of £815.00. Thank you to everyone who attended and donated prizes for the event.
Mary Ellen O’Hare along with family and friends entered two teams into the Belfast Marathon Relay. They did a fantastic job in raising an amazing £2,574.80 for Children’s Heartbeat Trust! Who’s signing up for next year?
Thanks to North Down Physio who raised funds offering free massages at the Grand Fondo and Half Marathon events with donations welcome to Children’s Heartbeat Trust. Pictured is Julia Webster, Owner with team member presenting a generous cheque for £374.10.
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