Archive: Jul 2015
Thank you to all staff at Homes for Northumberland for helping to raise over £1k for Tiny Lives.
Staff have took part in some great fundraising days since 2014, their fundraising days have included a Christmas fundraising day, wear a wig to work. One of the Managing Directors even got involved by challenging the staff to wear the colours of his favourite football team, Aston Villa, to celebrate them making it to the FA Cup Final. For every member of staff who did he kindly donated £2.
Wear a Wig to Work Day
Ian Johnson, Director of Operations hands over two cheque donations to members of staff on the Special Care Baby Unit.
Director of Corporate Services Paul Harrison hands a kind donation over at the Special Care Baby Unit in 2014
Take a look below why Colin and his brother in law Michael decided to take on the challenge of doing a skydive…
“Jake & Kyle were born on 21st September 2013 at 23 weeks and 6 days gestation, weighing just 1lb 6oz and 1lb 7oz. Thanks to the care and support given by the doctors and nurses in SCBU, and to the equipment and training funded by Tiny Lives, we now have 2 amazing little boys who continue to go from strength to strength and meet milestones like any other baby.
We spent 123 days in SCBU which saw some days no parent should have to go through, including Jake & Kyle’s first Christmas, and we will always be eternally grateful for making our family complete”.
Thank you to everyone who has supported Colin and Michael enabling them to break their target of £1k
150 miles in 11 hours and 30mins, well done to:-
Alex Kidd, Chris Statham, Chris Beck, Michael Harrison, Michael Richardson, Robert Harrison, Graham Tubby and not forgetting the wonderful support drivers, Barry Hunter and Lawrence Kidd.
Thank you to everyone who supported these amazing lads and making them smash their target of £2k as they raised £2,217.33
Steven and Amy’s son Stanley spent time on the Special Care Baby Unit with no complications after being born 7 weeks early. After they witnessed first hand the amazing and inspiring work of all the staff on the unit and how Tiny Lives supports the Special Care Baby Unit.
Steven decided he was going to take on a challenge – Barcelona 70.3 Ironman.
Steven completed this great challenge and we even have the photos to prove it.
Thank you to everyone who supporter Steven as he raised the wonderful amount of £1,638.32
to Abbey Removals of Gosforth for helping us move office last Friday (26th June).
The removal lads were very helpful and nothing was a hassle for them.
We would also like to thank Abbey Removals of Gosforth for kindly helping the Tiny Lives Baby and Toddler Nearly New Sales
To this in less than a week…
Colleagues take each other on to raise funds for Tiny Lives.
Thank you to everyone at Akzo Noble for raising the wonderful amount of £1445 from their charity football match held at Ashington Football Club on 15th May.
Akzo Noble-Ashington justgiving page thank you to everyone for the lovely support.