We are so proud of a little girl we helped this year, Milly asked her school to help raise funds for our charity. Her school, Templemoor School raised £305.90 by hosting a PJ Day. Thank you all so much.
Thank you to everyone that took part in the Wear PINK Day for Chelsea's Angelversary. The event raised over £660 which is a great amount, all in memory of Chelsea, thank you.
Huge thanks to Chelsea's Uncle Simon, he did a sponsored bungee jump which was very brave of him. By looking at the pictures he had a fab time. He managed to raise over £300, thank you Simon, we love you big much.
Many thanks to Irthlingborough Junior School for raising funds for Chelsea's Angels. They raised a fabulous £269.28 which is brilliant, thank you all so much.
A great supporter of the charity Ruth Goddard held an event in her home town raising funds and awareness of the charity. She raised £152.20, which was also selling charity merchandise. Thank you so much for your support.
To date Delos Community have raised over £405 for the charity at their premises in Wellingborough. This has been raised by holding coffee mornings and selling cakes etc. We are so grateful for their continued support. Huge thanks to everyone involved.
A very brave lady did a sky dive to raise funds for the charity, Michelle Gilmore raised a fab £604.50. We would like to send a massive thank you to Michelle and her friends/family who supported her brave efforts.
The little girl mentioned below, Darcie :) bought a build a bear and her mummy hosted a name the teddy fundraiser on facebook. WOW she manage to raise £579 for the charity which was fabulous, thank you Natalie x
We would like to thank KOCB (Kent Online Car Boot) Facebook page, who raised £235 with sweetie cake auctions. We are so grateful for the amazing amount raised, all for a beautiful little girl called Darcie who the charity has helped.
Whilst being Sainsburys Charity of the year 2011/2012 they raised £2000 with a variety of fundraising events. We would like to thank them for their support and helping us raise much needed awareness and funds.
We would like to thank pupil of class 8N of Wrenn School in Wellingborough for raising £150. It was a lovely suprise to see you had been fundraising for the charity. Many thanks
Many thanks to Montsaye Academy for raising funds for the charity with their Fashion show :) £44.43 raised for Chelsea's Angels with other half going to another charity. Well done everyone, much appreciated
Thank you to Scott Bader (Wollaston) for matching the funds of £246 raised out the charity Zumbathon. Your continued support to the charity means a lot, thank you so much.
We helped a young boy last year and his daddy has supported us so much since. He has taken a collection pot and has sent a cheque for £140 to the charity from his business - Tazmania Tattoo and his customers. Thank you so much, we are very grateful.
A local group of people, called Higham Breakaway Club fundraise throughout the year to raise funds for local causes. One of their members Joan Wright put forward our charity to received support and we were invited to a cheque presentation. They donated £400 to the charity which was amazing and we are very grateful, lovely to meet you all, Thank you.
Huge thanks to the customers of the Golden Lion (Wellingborough) for the sponsors for the Waendel Walk, raising £65. Thank you to Sonya for collecting them for us :)
Many thanks for the kind donation of £294 from a trust fund of a local man who passed away last year. Many charities have received donations from this mans trust fund, so we send our thanks and deepest sympathy to his family
A local councillor passed away and her family chose Chelsea's Angels to receive donations in memory of her. We send our sincerest condolences to Pat Fawcett's family and friends and thank them for their kind donations. Unison also donated £1000 to us in memory of Pat too, many thanks to all.
One of the children we have helped, her mummy offered her support and within her friends and work managed to sell £42 worth of merchandise which was brilliant. Thank you so much Louise, means a great deal to us.
A good way to raise funds is to do Name The Teddy. One of our supporters, Michelle Gamble took one of our gift wrapped teddies and asked her friends and family to take part. She managed to raised £75, which was fab, thank you so much.
The Imperial Pub in Crawley are great supporters of the charity, they have a collection pot, hold events for us to raise funds. They held an event and raised £171 for the charity, thank you all so much for your support xx
Some pupils of Great Doddington Primary School wanted to do a charity fundraiser and decided to make Christmas greeting cards. The pupils were asked to nominate a charity to their class and Kymberley Ellson who has raised funds for the charity previously nominated us. We were chosen and they ran the project as a business, therefore learning from the experience too. They raised £58.98 for the charity and we want to thank all the pupils, their teacher and the school for their support.
Huge thanks to Trina Inwood who asked the school she works out to hold a mufti day to help raise funds. The school raised £304.88 for our charity and Trina also sold £80 worth of merchandise. Thank you all so much for wanting to help.
Kevin McCullagh abseiled from the lift tower in Northampton to raise funds for the charity. Kevin who lives in Rushden, completed the daring fundraiser from the 450ft lift tower on January 14. His efforts raised around £165 for the charity. Well done and you are very brave.
Favours Day Nursery in Northampton hosted a pink fun day where all the children took part doing lots of pink things. The nursery invited us along to accept a cheque for £179 that was raised. Thank you all so much.
Irthlingborough Methodist Church raised £166.50 at their Christmas Sparkle Event to which Chelsea's family attended. Thank you to everyone that took part and attended, it's great to have such local support.
We would like to thank Richard Carr for organising a Christmas Charity Disco and raising £320. Huge thanks to Higham Ferrers Working Mens Club too for offering their club as a venue. We would also like to thank the customers of the club for helping to make the night a success. Much appreciated x
A lady, Rebecca Scott who runs Healing Circles has attended quite a few of our charity pamper evenings. She hosted an online jewellery auction on Facebook and raised £54.50 for the charity. She will also be supporting the charity throughout 2012 which we are thrilled about. Thank you so much.
We would like to thank Jayne Lewis for hosting a Christmas Pamper and Shopping Night. This took place in Bozeat on 25 November and it was a lovely evening. Thanks to Moira Roche King for helping to sell raffle tickets on the evening. Jayne raised £270 which was brilliant, huge thanks to all that attended and supported the event.
Shannon Kelland volunteered to do a sponsored head shave to raise funds for the charity. She managed to raise £660 which is fantastic and we are most grateful. She was very brave to take on this challenge and we are very proud of her, Thank you so much x
Many thanks to the Irthlingborough Carnival Association for donating £50 to the charity. We thoroughly enjoy attending the event with our fundraising stall and receive lots of support from local people. Hope your efforts continue with organising an excellent event. Thank you.
Garry Beard wanted to do a sponsored slim and chose Chelsea's Angels to raise funds for. His wife, Louise is a member of our fundraising team and helps a lot with events etc. Garry raised £40 from this sponsored event and lost 2 Stone, which is brilliant and we are very grateful for his efforts and donation.
We would like to say a massive thank you to Sporting Bears for their fundraising for our charity. They presented us with a cheque on Saturday 19 November 2011 for £500. This is fantastic and will help support 2 childrens wishes/reqests. Thank you to all involved.
The biggest thanks ever to Dave & Christine Snusher who wanted to help raise funds for the charity. Dave is currently fighting a battle against cancer himself but wanted to help others. So a fun day / wedding reception was held at the Royal Oak in Wellingborough. Where family and friends gathered together to help raise funds for Palliative Care and Chelsea's Angels.
A brilliant amount was raised £1300 in total, which was split between the 2 charities. We are truely greatful for this donation and for their support, it means a lot to us. So thank you Dave, Christine, Royal Oak and all your customers.
Would like to thank Kelly & Ian Lewis who nominated the charity to Scott Bader in Wollaston for a donation to be made :) The company have donated £120 on behalf of Kelly & Ian. Thank you all so much :) xxx
We would like to express our many thanks to Donna Feighery and family for their continued support. Donna has been selling charity merchandise for us for quite a while now, which is a brilliant help to us. With her family's help she managed to sell over 50 charity shopping bags, raising £150.50. She also did a name the teddy competition and raised a futher £90, which is amazing, thank you all so much.
We would like to thank Chloe Hunt and her dad for nominating the charity for a donation from Chloe's dads work. Cereform donated £250 to the charity and we are most grateful, huge thanks.
The charity were very humbled to receive a cheque from a local family who also lost their son to Neuroblastoma. Their son passed away many years ago, which shows the advances in trying to find cures and treatments hasn't progressed very far. We would like to thank the family so much for their generous donation.
A lady called Louise organised a tombola at her place of work, who support the charity a lot, Paul's Pirates. She raised £61, and we really appreciate her organising the event for us with the support of Paul's Pirates.
We were contacted by a lady called Parul Noble, after we sent information out to many local businesses about the charity asking if they could help in anyway. They had done some fundraising previously and were looking for a local charity to help. We were very pleased to meet with Parul and some employees of Budgens (Musgrave Group) when they handed over a cheque for £1031.11. Thank you all so much.
A local quiz league held an end of season presentation and quiz nite. The organiser, Colin Foster wanted to help raise funds and through team entry fee and raffle managed to raise £63. Thank you all so much for helping raise funds, much appreciated.
A lady called Sara Hircock decided to set up an online auction on Facebook to raise funds for charities. She chose Chelsea's Angels as one of the benefactors and raised £200 for the charity. This was an amazing donation and we are truely grateful.
Tesco at Victoria Park in Wellingborough opened up their new order & collect department and invited Chelsea's Angels for a cheque presentation. We were given a champagne reception, a gorgeous bouquet of flowers each and presented with a cheque for £1000. This was amazing support and we were very humbled to have been chosen from many local charities to benefit. Huge thanks to Cathy Gilgil for nominating the charity and to Des the store manager for making us feel very welcome.
A total of £884 was raised for the charity by a lady called Lucy Taylor. She and her friends organised a concert that took place in the village of Turvey. They were raising for 2 other charities and we are very grateful that they chose Chelsea's Angels to support. They also managed to sell £50 of charity merchandise for us. Thank you all so much.
The Royal Oak in Wellingborough organised 2 events : Sat 23 April - St Georges Day Celebration and Fri 29 April - Royal Wedding Concert. Lots of bands entertained everyone all day, great raffle prizes offered, including a passenger ride in a lotus or ferrari. In total £543 was raised, which is fantastic. We would like to thank the bands, raffle prize donators, the Royal Oak customers and Richard for organising.
The charity received a donation from a lady called Mandy O'Neill who held a raffle to raise money for the charity. She raised £45 and we thank her for her support.
A lady on our fundraising team was doing a event for her childrens school as she was on the PTA. But she has been donated a magnum of champagne autographed. By holding an auction, she managed to raise £100 at the event for Chelsea's Angels. Thank you so much Moira, brilliant.
Waitrose presented a cheque to us for £380 raised through their green token charity scheme. Thank you very much to all the customers that donated to us and helped raise this brilliant amount.
St Barnabas School in Wellingborough raised £200 from a collection after their nativity performance before Christmas. We would like to thank the school and families of the pupils for their kind donations to the charity.
Gemco sent a donation of £50 to the charity, we thank them so much for their generosity.
Huxlow Science College sent us a cheque for £52.75 raised through a Halloween showing of films. Donations were made through sales of popcorn and refreshments. Thank you all so much for thinking of us to donate to.
Koru Accessories, a loca business woman organised a Pamper/Shopping Nite which was to raise funds for our charity and NC TLC, another local charity supporting children with cancer. It was a great night with lots of people helping, so thank you. Each charity received £185 which is brilliant, much appreciated.
A few of Shannon's friends got together and went carol singing. This was a great idea and it was lovely of them to think of their friend and the charity. They raised £22.63, thank you all so much.
We are so grateful to Booker for their continued support with raising funds for Chelsea and now raising funds in her memory for Chelsea's Angels.
A bike ride was scheduled for September 2009 and then sadly Chelsea lost her battle. But the guys decided to still carry on and they rode 436 miles in 5 days from Hatfield, onto Haydock then Livingston and then back home to Wellingborough.
We received a cheque for £6931.99 from all sponsors and other events that took place in memory of Chelsea. We thank them so much for everything they have done.
David Northover and colleagues took part in a sponsored football match, including tombolas, cake stall, raffle and auction in the evening. This was meant to be for Cherish Chelsea Appeal, but even though Chelsea lost her battle, David wanted to carry on the event in her memory.
We are very thankful to him, his family and colleagues for their support. This event raised £5000, of which £2500 was donated to Chelsea's Angels and the other half was for the Teenage Cancer Trust.