Joseph has been diagnosed with stage 4 high risk Neuroblastomia in March 2021 he is only 3 years old it is an aggressive childhood cancer that has only a 40-50% chance of survival. Joseph’s Aunt is fundraising and one is a marathon and is being run by Beverley Owen-Jones, Vic & Sophie.
We are happy to donate £100.00 for the event Good Luck !!
We donated £100.00 for McKenzie an eight year old boy who has nasopharyngeal cancer by supporting Bleanymaes FC who climbed Pen Y Fan in supporting McKenzie, well done to all the boys and we wish McKenzie all the very best for the future
We would like to thank Jayne Richards, grand-daughter of the late Mair Hughes who very sadly passed away and very kindly donated £395.00 in leiu of Flowers to Rachel’s Fund. It is very much appreciated and the money will be put to a very good cause in her memory.
Donating a cheque for £300.00 to Horton & Port Eynon Lifeboat
Chloe Nicole jones was an amazing young lady that brightened up everyone’s life’s, she always had a smile on her face always let out a giggle when you copied her…. chloe ws blind suffered from numerous conditions such as epilepsy, curvature of the spine, poor growth but never in all her life did she let anything stop her smiling…. she was such an inspirational little doll you wouldn’t believe. She used to communicate by tapping her belt of the wheel chair… tapping the arm rest of her chair. Shouting words like hiya… mamma… Where’s sue, bock bock when she was thirsty.. one thing chloe loved was noise especially music… she touch the lives of everyone that came in to.contact with her including Micheal Sheen who she played alongside in the passion play back few years ago. God took an amazing little girl to become an angel she already was to loads…. especially her family.
We donated £150.00 Tom’s band The Mids very kindly gave up their time for free and put on a gig and raised a further. £445.00
We have donated £150.00 to Swansea Hope
Dear Paul & Kim
Thank you so much for your very kind and generous donation to the work of Swansea Night Shelter on behalf of Rachel’s Remembrance Fund. We are so touched that you have blessed us in this way. The Night Shelter relies on the generosity of donors like yourselves so your kindness is very much appreciated.
Attached is a photo of myself and Brian (Treasurer of Swansea Hope)
holding the cheque in front of a pile of bedding bags that will be used for our night shelter guests. Your donation will be used to help the smooth running of the shelter and ensure the guests have safe, warm and welcoming places to stay.
Thank you again.
What a fantastic night had by all, special thanks to Mr Steve Fenwick ” Absolutely Superb”, A very big thank you to Ian Murray for organizing the evening once again and Les Davies for all his help and support and everyone who helped out. A warm welcome to Keith and Jayne Jeavons from the Alzheimer’s Society Our fantastic compare Ryan Murray a brilliant job well done once again, many thanks to the Towers Hotel food and service was superb,thanks to the staff of the club and the girls who supplied the drink service,Many thanks to Paul Dazeley our entertainment for the evening you were brilliant. A very special thank you to Sam Wilde and Stephanie Cattroll from HSBC bank who once again supported us very kindly with pound for pound match it is very much appreciated,everyone who very kindly donated raffle prizes, But most of all everyone who came and supported a very worthy cause once again we thank you. Rachel’s Fund donated £500.00
We raised a combined total £2642.32
Loughor v Gorseinon held it’s 5th year of “The Rachel Waters Memorial Cup” at Loughor Rugby Club, the cup was won once again by Loughor. A big thank you to the committees/members of both clubs for there continued support, Loughor very kindly donated £300.00 to Rachel’s new fund supporting local charities we wish to thank all concerned at both Loughor and Gorseinon for this very kind gesture.Bucket’s on the bar raised a further £144.88 plus a £10.00 donation from David & Anita from Llys y coed total £454.88. A Massive big thank you to all the boys from MOOSE who were fantastic and gave up their time for free, A big thank you to Elaine and Kevin and all the staff and once again to all who very kindly supported this event.
We have donated Puppets to the value of £200.00 to Ward M Childrens Ward in Morriston Hospital, the puppets will be used for therapeutic play across the childrens wards. Encouraging the children to communicate and distract them from treatments and procedures,they welcome them to the ward and help prepare them for Theatre and ensure that they are happy during their stay.
A big thank you to Lisa Morgan and colleagues on the ward who are doing a fantastic job.
New Total £11.813.00