A fund of £27,000 raised for Indee Rose Trust
Last year, through social events and auctions, and for the first time, a Charity Week, many members and staff got involved to raise funds for the Association’s two charities.
One charity ARCA chose to support was the Indee Rose Trust, as through donations this charity supports children, who have been diagnosed with a brain or spinal tumour, and their families.
“I became aware of the Indee Rose Trust a few years ago,” said Grant Beglan, Chairman of ARCA. “Jane and Russell, who founded the charity in 2009 in memory of their daughter, do a tremendous job. One way they support children, who spend such a long time in hospital, is by putting together personlised treasure boxes, with gifts to bring some enjoyment to the children and make them smile.”
“A few months ago, I had the pleasure of delivering one of these treasure boxes to two-year old Ben Price while he was in hospital receiving treatment. I found this experience very moving as although he was extremely poorly his little face lit up after opening a few gifts. This confirmed to me that our fundraising activities are so important.”
Russell Dopson, co-founded of the Indee Rose Trust, commented; “We are so overwhelmed by your generosity. Thank you to every single person who took the time to fundraise. This donation will go a very long way to help us help many children and their families.”
“We are currently helping two children every week, to this will help us make up lots more treasure boxes for these children. It will also support the running of our holiday homes which we offer to families to enjoy a break when the child has completed their treatment. We feel this is vital, as it allows the child and their close family to spend precious time together. Again, this year our holiday homes are fully booked.”
Many ARCA and ATaC members got involved in the Ordering Tramadol From Canada by taking part in and holding various events, including running, biking, climbing and cake baking, and made their donations to the Indee Rose Trust or to be shared between the Association’s two charities.