Posts Tagged: charity events

Skipton Business Finance nominates Children Today as Charity of the Year

Posted by Lexi Heselwood - Wednesday, May 31st, 2023
Categories: News

  Skipton Business Finance has kicked off a charity of the year partnership with Children Today, with a bake sale at its head office in Skipton.   The asset-based lender sold hundreds of cakes, brownies and blondies baked by staff from Skipton Business Finance, raising £500 for Children Today.       Skipton Business Finance…
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Charlie and his family overwhelmed by kindness and generosity of donors

Posted by Lexi Heselwood - Thursday, March 16th, 2023
Categories: News

*** Update *** We’d like to say a huge thank you to everyone who donated to Charlie’s appeal. He’s now met his fundraising target for a specialist seating system! Charlie wanted to share this message: “I would like to say a great big thank you to you – Children Today – and to everyone who…
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Zac is excited to join his family on bikes rides again!

Posted by Lexi Heselwood - Thursday, November 17th, 2022
Categories: News, Uncategorised

  *** Update *** We’d like to say a huge thank you to everyone who donated to Zac’s appeal. He’s now met his fundraising target for an adapted trike! On behalf of Zac, his family and everyone at Children Today we want to say a massive thank you to those who shared and donated.  ***…
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Caitlin will finally be able to get daily exercise thanks to generous donations

Posted by Lexi Heselwood - Tuesday, July 19th, 2022
Categories: News

*** Update *** We’d like to say a huge thank you to everyone who donated to Caitlin’s appeal. She’s now met her fundraising target for an adapted trike! On behalf of Caitlin, her mum, Amelia and everyone at Children Today we want to say a massive thank you to those who shared and donated. Thanks…
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Shriya desperately wants to ride a bike alongside her brother and friends

Posted by Lexi Heselwood - Friday, July 15th, 2022
Categories: News, Uncategorised

Shriya Wagadia, who her parents describe as the “happiest child”, has epilepsy and global development delay (GDD), which affects her learning, mobility and speech, meaning she’s unable to ride a regular bike. After trialling an adapted trike at Cycles4All – an inclusive cycling centre in Eastleigh – Shriya’s parents saw the enormous benefits of cycling…
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