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Jan 24 2012

North East Charities To Shout About!

  • Tuesday’s have now become known as ‘Charity Tuesday’
  • A perfect time to give a big shoutout  to all the Great Charities in the North East 🙂
  • I have listed 5 below, but to those not listed please feel free to add a comment at the end and introduce yourselves!

 5 Great North East Charities

A great charity supporting children, young people and adults with cerebral palsy and other disabilites. http://www.percyhedley.org.uk twitter @percyhedley

The Children’s Cancer Run is a 5-mile cross country family fun run set up to raise money for the North of England Children’s Cancer Research Fund (NECCR). http://www.childrenscancerrun.co.uk  twitter @NECCRrun

Teesside Hospice cares for people with life limiting illnesses in the Teesside region. All services are provided free of charge. Go on Be part of it! http://www.teessidehospice.org twitter @TeessideHospice

Please help me raise the funds to change my life i am 7 years old and was born with cerebral palsy which means i cant walk unaided text cwtw72 £1 to 70070 http://callumswishtowalk.org.uk  twitter @callumswish facebook  https://www.facebook.com/groups/237798356270089/

Charity in NE England,supporting children with cancer & their families. Tweets by Andrea,mum of Jordan Thompson, auntie of Sophie Atay both lost 2 cancer. http://www.tomafund.org  twitter @tomafund

Please comment below to introduce your charity…

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  1. Percy Hedley Foundation

    The Percy Hedley Foundation was set up by parents in 1953, with a small special school for children with cerebral palsy. Since then it has extended the work it does to its current size of over 550 staff.

    Today the charity meets the needs of disabled people with cerebral palsy, communication impairments, sensory impairments and complex learning, social care and therapeutic needs.

    Visit our website for further information – http://www.percyhedley.org.uk

  2. Amanda Tweedy

    I would like to introduce you all to our fantastic charity, Heel & Toe which offers FREE conductive education therapy to children across the North East with cerebral palsy, dyspraxia and other motor disorders.

    We were set up in 2008 with just 4 children and now, such is the need for our free service, we have around 60 children who come to us once or twice a week. We receive no government funding and need to raise £300,000 a year to keep our Centre open, relying on support from local community, businesses, schools and groups.

    Conductive education helps give our children a better quality of life by improving their mobility and movement, which in turn increases their independence and confidence. Why not come and see what we do? Our children love having visitors!

    Get in touch: amanda@heelandtoe.org.uk, follow me on twitter @amandatweedy or check out our facebook page Heelandtoe, as well as our website: http://www.heelandtoe.org.uk

  3. Bruce Grant

    Whilst selling raffle tickets for Children NE in Kingston Park, Newcastle, [during Aug.; Sept.; Oct., I met two mothers whose little boys had Cerebal Palsy. One was named Kerry, don’t know the other. On hearing their stories I decided I would arrange a concert for their charities. Despite a request to four prominent stores to advertise for these two ladies, nothing happened. I am arranging the concert for 30th March 2014, but I don’t know the charity they supported. Kerry had three children, not sure of the other, perhaps two. If I cannot trace them I may well select a national charity. Can you help. Regards, Bruce Grant, MCMI. 17 Old Station Court, Darras Hall, Ponteland. NE20 9NT. Tel No 01661 823606
    (Secretary of Pont Charity Group; but this is being done privately. PCG hold two concerts per year to
    support selected charities)

    1. Donna Petch

      Great, best of luck with it and I hope you find them. Donna 🙂

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