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Football fundraiser at St Mary’s Stadium and after party at Southampton’s Grand Cafe to raise vital funds for Delays’ Greg Gilbert

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On May 26, the Grand Cafe, in Terminus Terrace, we will be hosting a fundraising event where there will be entertainment, food and auctions.
The items being auctioned include a two-night hotel stay, two flights to the Isle of Wight, a champagne and canapé cruise as well as other luxury items.

The event will follow a football fundraiser which will take place earlier that day at St Mary’s stadium.
The mini tournament will feature four teams and a total of 60 players are set to take part. It kicks off at 2pm and finishes at 5.30pm.

Event organisers Fight For Lives are encouraging Hampshire residents to come to the tournament.
Attendees can purchase tickets on the gate for a minimum donation of £2 and children can watch the game for free.

We are always committed to support a cause or charity based in the area to every year at this event.
A fundamental part of our business is to support local causes and charities along with providing memorable experiences for those who participate in our events.
“We are committed to supporting Greg and his family not only at St Mary’s Stadium but also at other events throughout the year to help them achieve their fundraising target, further reinforcing our motto, ‘Stronger Together’.”

All the money raised from the day will go towards the father-of-two’s fundraising target of £250,000 – which will be used to pay for an alternative treatment that is not available on the NHS and maybe his only chance to see his two daughters Dali and Bay grow up.

Tickets can be bought here.

The Daily Echo Article

Fundraisers reach £1million milestone

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It was great to attend the first milestone meeting and catching up with Master Chef winner Shelina.
Fight For Lives will will be supporting this great cause at our next charity boxing event – The hilton Ageas Bowl 28th July 2017 click here to find out more.

Patients, staff and fundraisers have reached the £1 million mark in the campaign to create a new children’s emergency and trauma department at Southampton Children’s Hospital.
Clinicians at the Southampton Childrens HospitalThe £4.8 million project will see the development of a state-of-the-art eight-bed observation area, 11 glass-fronted and sound proof cubicles and on-hand x-ray facilities.
It will also include the creation of a reception, triage and waiting area for young patients, access to resuscitation facilities via a new link corridor, a nurse practitioner room and will incorporate the children’s assessment unit.
The new facility will be spread across more than 1,390m² and is expected to see more than 30,000 youngsters every year from across Hampshire, Isle of Wight, Dorset, Devon, Wiltshire, Berkshire, West Sussex, Channel Islands and Oxfordshire.
To fund the project, Southampton Hospital Charity has partnered with The Murray Parish Trust (TMPT), a charity formed by actress Sarah Parish and her actor husband James Murray in memory of their late daughter Ella-Jayne, to raise £2 million.

Emergency staff with Southampton Hospital Charity and The Murray Parish Trust
To celebrate the achievement and thank supporters, the charities will lead an event in the shell of the new children’s emergency and trauma department this morning (Thursday) alongside campaign supporters including patients, clinicians and MPs.

Meanwhile, Southampton Hospital Charity is looking to recruit a community of 100 individuals or groups – the #CEDT100Club – that can each commit to raising £10,000 for the campaign.
For more information, visit http://www.southamptonhospitalcharity.org/appeals or www.themurrayparishtrust.com.

Play a four ball at Boundary Lakes followed by an evening of entertainment at The Hilton Ageas – Fundraising for Greg Gilbert 27.7.17

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We invite you to play at the all new championship golf course at Boundary Lakes Ageas Bowl. Join a four a ball or bring one along for 18 holes, 69 par, 5818 yards of Parkland with lakes.

Boundary Lakes is a beautiful par 69 parkland, featuring 4 major lakes. The course will test golfers of all abilities, with undulations running from the fairways to the greens. Course management is vital throughout all 18 holes. The 2nd is a particular highlight: a short par 3 with a narrow green protected by a lake, designed with inspiration from the 12th at Augusta.

Rules:
Best two stableford scores from each hole,
Competitions:
Beat the pro cash prize on a par 3 – £10 to enter.
Nearest the pin on a par 3 prize.
Longest drive on a par 5 prize.
Hole in one special prize on the 18th.

Followed by a presentation and evening entertainment with a guest speaker in The Hilton Ageas Ball Room from 19:00 – 10:00. Inclusive of fine indian cuisine with a drinks reception, Silent / live auctions, live band and a DJ to party the night away.

We are committed to supporting Greg Gilbert with his fight with cancer and will be fund-raising at the evening event for his cause, our motto is “Stronger Together”. Read Gregs story here

Book your place here

Bidding Balls For Community1

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Southampton Football Club have donated two signed balls and pennants from the 2016/17 team, to help raise needed funds for Community1.

To be auctioned off at the Fight4Lives boxing event 7th April. The Hilton Ageas Southampton.Tickets Available Here

This official merchandise comes with authenticity certificates,  signed by the team that reached Wembley without conceding a goal throughout the EFL Cup stages.

Eastleigh Young Carers Project offers flexible support for any young person 8 -18 years old within the Eastleigh Borough whose life is significantly affected by caring for a family member, like a parent or a sibling, who has an illness, disability, mental health or substance misuse problem. The project gives young carers the opportunity to meet others in a similar situation, take some well-deserved time off, and have lots of fun. We aim to empower young people and provide them with positive experiences in a safe and fun environment where they are free to be themselves.

Our mission…
To improve the lives of young carers by providing safe, quality support to individuals and offering an holistic approach which considers the needs of the whole family minimising the physical and emotional impact of caring, and promoting wellbeing and resilience.

Our vision…
To create a place where children and young people reach their potential and achieve a positive transition to adulthood regardless of family circumstances empowering them to make a valuable contribution to their community.

Visit us here