Charity Fundraising at Cuisine of India 2010
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| November 22 Leicester Aids Support Service. A total of £465 was raised.
LASS (Leicestershire AIDS Support Services) provide services for people who are living with or affected by HIV/AIDS, in partnership with other agencies. We work collaboratively to raise awareness about HIV and sexual health. Website»
| November 8 Coping With Cancer - a total of £623 was raised for this local charity.
Coping with Cancer in Leicestershire and Rutland is an independent, local charity that provides practical and emotional support to anyone affected by cancer.
Their free services are available to cancer patients, their families and carers from the moment a diagnosis is made. Most importantly, support can continue for many weeks, months or even years - as long as it is needed by the individual. At any one time the chariy is helping more than 500 local people, and support at least 35 new clients every month. Coping With Cancer web site»
Photo Album of the evening»
| November 1 In support of the Neonatal clinic at LRI
On September 7th 2010 the brand new neonatal unit opened at the Leicester Royal Infirmary. The hospital website announced:
"It has taken a year to create a £9 million neonatal unit for premature babies, after the current unit became cramped. It provides a spacious and more inviting environment for patients, their parents and our staff, and has the latest state-of-the-art equipment."
Read more about the Neonatal unit» Photo album of the evening »
| October 18 In aid of Dogs for the Disabled.
A total of £465 was raised
Click on the logo, right, to read more about this charity.
Photo album of the evening»
| September 27 Trek in Nepal for Dogs for the Disabled.
£1,000 was raised.
More about this charity»
| September 6 In aid of Save The Children
Over 90 people attended this fundraising buffet for the Save the Children fund. The specialemphasis of this evening was the to raise money to help the situation in Pakistan following the flooding in August. Save the Children plans to target two million people, including one million children, by January 2011. The Charity has already reached 162,000 people in 26 days providing emergency medical care and the distributionof tents, shelter and hygiene kits, food and other supplies.
A grand total of £1,130was raised from ticket sales, a raffle and a contribution form the restaurant bar.
Photo Album» Save the Children UK website»
| August 9 Friends of the Glenfield Project
THE FRIENDS OF The Glenfield Project provides short breaks for about 35 young people with severe disabilities and associated health care needs. The Project is a support group made up of volunteers who raise funds to support the young people using the Project. (right, organiser Lisa Roe (2nd right) with family & Syed.)
£570 was raised during the evening.
The Friends website» Photo Album»
| July 5 Dreamflight
Dreamflight is a registered UK charity that changes young lives through taking seriously ill and disabled children, without their parents, on the holiday of a lifetime to Orlando, Florida. Website»
| June 28 Multiple Sclerosis Society
Another full house raised £1,370 from ticket sales, a large raffle and bar takings.
More information about the MS Society here» Photos of the evening»
| June 14 The Valerie Taylor Trust
A magnificent £1,605 was raised for the Centre for the Rehabilitation of the Paralysed in Bangladesh.
Valerie Taylor is a British physiotherapist who has worked in Bangladesh since 1969 and is committed to helping people who have been paralysed by injury or disease.
In 1979 she opened the Centre for the Rehabilitation of the Paralysed (CRP).
| 7 June Albert Edward Masonic Lodge
£400 was raised.
| 24 May Motor Neurone Disease, Leicester
| 17 May Wigston Rotary Club
| 10 May Masonic Lodge of Welcome.
Another well attended event organised and hosted by Ken Beesley. A total of £1,115 was raised from ticket sales, raffle and a donation from bar takings.
Photo album of guests»
| 26 Apr In aid of the the Lord Mayor of Leicester's 2010 Appeal - The Leicester Children's Holiday Centre.
The Lord Mayor, Councillor Roger Blackmore has a target of £30,000 towards the upkeep of this holiday centre on the Lincolnshire coast at Mablethorpe. A total of £500 was raised.
For the past 112 years the centre has been providing free holidays to disadvantaged children. Read more about the charity www.ChildrensHolidayCentre.co.uk.
Donations can be made at www.justgiving.com/Lord-Mayor-Leicester.
Photo album of the evening
| 12 Apr Buffet in aid of the Leicestershire Wildlife Hospital Trust raised a total of £875.
The Leicestershire Wildlife Hospital is a charity dedicated to the rescue and rehabilitation of sick, injured, orphaned and distressed wild animals and birds throughout Leicestershire and the surrounding region.
| 22 March In aid of The Laura Centre, Bereavement counselling for parents and children. £1,700 was raised.
Photos of the evening» Read more about The Laura Centre»
|8 March St Thomas's Choir. £300 was raised.|
| 22 Feb Rotary Club of Oadby
A good turnout raised a massive total of £1,104 for charities supported by the Club.
Click on the logo, right, to read more about the Rotary Club.
Photo album of the evening»
| 8 Feb Fundraising for the Mayor's Appeal Fund, in conjunction with Oadby & Wigston Lions Club. The evening was hosted by the Mayor of Oadby & Wigston, Councillor Kevin Loydall and the Mayoress, Helen Loydall.
Many Leicestershire dignitaries supported the event, including the Lord-Lieutenant of Leicestershire, Jennifer, Lady Gretton JP.
The evening raised £1,107 for the Mayor's Appeal fund.
Read more about the Lions Club»
| 18 Jan In aid of Brainwave - a charity that provides therapy to unlock the full potential of children aged between 6 months and 12 years who have Development Delay, brain injury or genetic conditions. This event was held on behalf of Emily Swann.
A magnificent £2,050 was raised from tickets sold, a lively auction and a contribution from the bar towards the group's target of £5,000 in 2010. Photo Album»
For more information about Brainwave click on their logo, above.
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