Archive: Mar 2019

Date announced for 2019 Tiny Lives Charity Ball

Tiny Lives Born to be Wild Facebook IMage

We are delighted to announce that our ever-popular Tiny Lives Charity Ball will be taking place on Saturday 14th September 2019, at Hilton Newcastle Gateshead. The theme for this year is ‘Born to be Wild’, and it is sure to be a ROARsome night! Guests will enjoy live entertainment and music, a delicious meal and plenty of amazing activities – all to raise money for Tiny Lives and support the RVI Neonatal Unit.

Tickets are now available and cost £85.00 per person. Please email louise@tinylives.org.uk for more info, or to book your spot. Tables are available in sizes of 8, 10 or 12.

Corporate Sponsorship

We are also looking for corporate sponsors for various aspects of the Ball. Our Associate Sponsor spot has already been snapped up, but there are still several other sponsorship opportunities available.

You can find out more about sponsorship and how you can help by downloading our Sponsorship Pack.

We hope to see you there!

Doting Dad to run 4 Marathons in 2019, in loving memory of son Zach

Andy on Park Run with Harry (2019)

Above: Andy running the South Shields Park Run with son Harry

Andy Sanderson – a long-time supporter of Tiny Lives – has taken on a new challenge this year, commiting to an amazing 4 marathons in 2019, in order to raise money for the charity.

Andy and his partner Caroline (who is also an amazing supporter of Tiny Lives, she was the first across the line and into the charity tent for the 2018 GNR) sadly lost their son Zachary in 2015, after he spent 6 weeks on the Neonatal Unit. They both are determined to honour his memory by raising as much money as possible, and to date have raised over £25,000 for Tiny Lives.

Andy has recently completed the first of his 4 marathons, the Northumberland Trail Marathon, despite being ill! He will soon be completing the Manchester Marathon, and is training hard alongside his family (such as enlisting Zach’s brother Harry for the South Shields Park Run, pictured above!).

We are so grateful to Andy and Caroline for their amazing support, they truly are part of the Tiny Lives family.

If you’d like to support Andy in his challenge, you can donate here.