To support children with cancer or other life threatening/limiting illnesses and their families, in and out of hospital.
The lovely Patrick Bauer, former Charlton Athletic FC player, has so very kindly decided to raffle off one of his two playoff final shirts that he wore last year against Sunderland AFC at Wembley Stadium
Patrick showed so much support to Jack and us throughout Jack’s treatment, sending him a video message along with the rest of the team, and meeting Jack at The Valley, and since we’ve set up the trust, has continued to show support.
This is such a kind gesture that just means so much to us. Thank you so so much Patrick 💖and Tracey Leaburn for arranging this for Jack's Trust
He wanted to give everyone an equal chance, so rather than auctioning the shirt off, he decided on a raffle.
A £15 donation to the link below buys you 1 entry into the raffle. There is no limit to how many entries.
This will run until Sunday 7th June 5pm.
The winner will be announced on Monday 8th June.
Good luck everyone!
To view Patricks Articale on the Charlton Website click here https://www.cafc.co.uk/news/view/5ecba7dc2c7fe/patrick-bauer-donates-match-worn-play-off-final-shirt-to-jack-jeffreys-super-hero-trust
With everything going on with this awful COVID 19, all fundraising events being cancelled and not being able to do some of the things we were hoping to do, we have been thinking of what we can do to help some of our vulnerable children and their families.
We have decided that we will put together some care packages, containing some essential items to give to our local oncology children in Bexhill-on-Sea and Hastings.
These children have zero or very low immune systems, and therefore their whole families will be extremely worried about having to venture outside to get shopping, in the fear that they may bring the virus back into their homes and to their children.
Our wonderful community nurses from Kipling Ward, Conquest Hospital, have already collected some to start giving out on our behalf 💖
We really can’t thank the nurses enough for their help and support with this, and we really hope that these boxes can provide some support for the families, and show them that even during such hard times, they are always in our thoughts. It’s not much, but we just want to help in some way.
If you would like to donate to help us continue to support these families, here's the link
Due to the current COVID-19 Pandemic a lot of our fundraisers have either been cancelled or postponed, please keep looking at upcoming events for online or similar events