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Charity support work and donations

Charity Support Work is always on my agenda. Over the years my wife Tracey and countless special friends have helped us raise around £4,000 for many well-deserving charities. If we are unable to help others as opportunities arise it would be a shame. The things I do often I view as just normal. It’s those friends of mine that have run marathons, climbed hills, put REAL effort in that I salute and respect.

More and more we hear funds are being withdrawn, support is being cut back, things are being let go yet it’s obvious more than ever that the number of those in need has increased substantially. My nominated charity for 2020 is again the Little Princess Trust and if you have found this site to be of interest please please just pop over to the link HERE and put a little in. No amount is too small. They are doing great work with children that are really facing immense challenges and every amount can be directly converted into smiles. I’d be very grateful and know that they would be too.

Mediumship to me is more than the wonderful times when we may be able to reunite loved ones. It should be in everything we do 24 / 7. It’s not about 20 minutes of diarised appointments, it’s much more. Those mediums and spiritual healers I’m proud to call friends all demonstrate much more than a diary. They set examples, they lead, they demonstrate and they care. Something I fear may become more and more scarce in years to come.

Charity Donations 2019 (Running total October) – £455.44 (to be updated)

This year again we have been so pleased with the support as it’s been a difficult year for many. We chose the Little Princess Trust, the first of the big charities that actually got in touch with us and thanked us for the support. Amazing and makes a lot of difference to us.

  • British Heart Foundation (Carolyns give up the chocolate) £10.00
  • Charlies Fund £30.00
  • Little Princess Trust £400.44 (including gift aid) – to be updated
  • MacMillan Cancer Support £15.00

Charity Donations 2018 – £775.48

This year, with the help of many friends and Spirit Artists I have been supporting the Make A Wish Foundation and the RSPCA.

Totals as of the 14th of October 2018 are:

Charity Donations 2017 – £164.00

My site and room were closed for much of this year so it was good to still be able to do a little bit during a difficult time:

  • Charity Children’s Raffle – £10
  • FB Save our Mum Fund  – £20
  • MacMillan Cancer Support – £10
  • Miscellaneous Small Contributions  – £34
  • EAPI November Charity Event – £60
  • Friends Sponsored Run (DV) – £10
  • Friends Sponsored Slim (SW) – £20

Charity Donations 2016 – £205.28 + £100

  • Charity Children’s Funds (BR + Others) – £87.28
  • Conservatory Fund (BR) – £18
  • Friends Cystic Fibrosis fundraiser – £10
  • Friends Great Ormond Street fundraiser – £10
  • Friends Help the Aged fundraiser – £10
  • Friends Motor Neurons fundraiser – £10
  • MacMillan Cancer Support – £20
  • Remembering Dad (SM) – £10
  • Sepsis £20
  • Friends Replacement Motorised Buggy (original stolen) – £110 (including a very generous £100 donation by a special friend (thank you))

Charity Donations 2015 – £241.41

This year £241.41 fundraising was split to a number of very deserving causes with help from friends and from our little development group:

  • PACT Animal Sanctuary (with thanks to MW, SB, AP, MB) £55
  • AFC Maintenance Fund – £9
  • MacMillan Cancer Support (with thanks to my group friends, SC, DL and LR) £135
  • CANCER RESEARCH (with thanks to my group friends) £10
  • BREAST CANCER AWARENESS DAY (with thanks to Sue) £10

Charity Donations 2014 – £1,600

A massive thanks to everyone that helped us raise around a staggering £1,600 for a number of good causes during 2014 including:

If you are in the UK and been attempting to raise money for something close to your heart and are struggling please let me know via My Contact Page. I can’t help always but at times I may be able to arrange something. ALL inquiries, however, will be responded to. I do, due to many other commitments, reluctantly have to limit what I’m able to assist with.

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