The Spring Flower Dance 2014
To raise awareness of our charity and to raise money for very sick and Terminally Ill children.
April 2014 - April 2014
Wipe Your Tears
To help to fund a piece of equipment for home use, fund a specialist bed or wheelchair.
To provide financial support to families who need that bit of support in order to give their child the care they need and let that family just care for the their child without the added worry of funding care themselves.
By raising even more awareness of the charity in order for people to know/ understand what we do and hopefully see if they can donate to us so that we can achieve our goal.
Make the lives the children who suffer from serious or terminal illness that bit better.
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By being able to help more children this year than the last and financially being able to provide them with their wishes/ required equipment.
Making the most of the time that they have left and trying to take their mind from what is happening
We can provide updates and where the money has been spend, on what children, how many and what each child recieved by using donation recieved
Budget - Project Cost: £5,000Loading graph....
Amount Heading Description £1,000 Christmas Gifts Provided toys/gifts to children involved in Domestic Violence Situations £3,000 Last Wishes Granting Last wishes for serious and Terminally ill children £1,000 Respite for Parents/Carers whose children are seriously & Terminally ill
We love children and we believe every child has the right to a happy childhood so if we can brighten up the lives of some very brave children we do.
We have successfully held 3 annual Balls for the charity so far and have a 4th one planned for this year too. We have also planned this dance to raise even more awareness. The response that we have received from the previous events have been phenominal. We have sucessfully helped hundreds of chilren and given them moments that do as our name suggests Wipe Your Tears.
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