How To Organise Your Own MacMillan Coffee Morning

The MacMillan Coffee Morning is the charites biggest fundraising event, and each year members of the general public get to host their very own morning which predominantly takes place in the UK where MacMillan operates. The donations received for the coffee mornings go towards MacMillan’s fantastic cancer services.

In 2013, MacMillan received a total donation of £20 million from around 154,000 people.
Everybody loves to get involved with these meetings, because it’s a chance to share a cup of the good stuff with new people as well as help fund a fantastic cause.

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Midlands Air Ambulance – Saving Lives By Saving Time

This year Coinadrink are expanding our charitable contributions to include Midlands Air Ambulance, who I’m sure you will agree are a worthy addition to the growing list of charities and good causes that we support.

This week some members of our marketing department went along to meet the Midlands Air Ambulance team at their base in Tatenhill. It was a great experience for everyone and we found out a lot about the incredibly important life-saving work that they do.

We encourage you all to visit their website to learn more about the excellent work they do and the fund raising opportunities available.

www.midlandsairambulance.com

Midlands Air Ambulance

 

Proud to fulfill our first Dream on behalf of Promise Dreams…

On Monday 24th February Steve Bull M.B.E attended Coinadrink, to receive a cheque on behalf of Wolverhampton based children’s charity Promise Dreams. Roger Williams, Managing Director, presented the donation, which was pledged as part of our annual customer care survey.

It was with great pleasure that we were able to fulfil the dream of Cody-Jo, a local 4 year old living with complex condition’s including; chronic lung disease, asthma, hypermobility, asthma and global developmental delay. Cody-Jo is unable to communicate verbally and also has a diagnosis of Autism which means that she often displays challenging behaviour, especially aimed towards her younger brother.  She has no understanding of the world and gets very frustrated when she cannot communicate her wants/needs to those caring for her. Continue reading “Proud to fulfill our first Dream on behalf of Promise Dreams…”

Promise Dreams raise a staggering £30,000 at their recent Charity Ball

More than 450 guests attended the glittering Crystal Ball at Wolverhapmton Racecourse in support of Promise Dreams, with entertainment from RnB legend Alexander O’Neal, Britain’s Got Talent’s top act Signature, beautiful Dancers from Stageworkz and local band The 80’s Project. Following a champagne drinks reception, guest were also treated to a beautiful four course dinner and danced the night away in true Promise Dreams style, raising a staggering £30,000 in the process.

Charity Manager Beverley Bird said “we were overwhelmed by the generosity of people in the room that night, in today’s difficult climate it really does demonstrate what a caring, great bunch of people we have in out home town, we cannot thank you all enough and your money will go towards making some very special dreams come true this Christmas.”

For further information about Promise Dreams and the fantastic work they do visit their website
http://www.promisedreams.co.uk