On 21st September 2014, Coinadrink will be completing the 9 mile walk in order to raise money for terminally ill children as part of ‘Walk for Dreams’ and these are just some of the staff that will be taking part! Coinadrink, or rather, The Vendies, are grateful for all your support in the matter and we can only hope for hot, or at least dry, weather to help make a great day!
It’s only 5 weeks until Walk For Dreams 2014!
We hope your sponsorship raising is going well so far. To raise a few extra pennies, the Promise Dreams team have suggested you walk in fancy dress and ask people to sponsor a little bit more generously in recognition of your efforts?
Freya Felton will be completing the walk with her family on the day, and wanted to give you a little reminder of why your involvement in this walk is so important: Continue reading “Walk For Dreams – Only 5 weeks to go…….”
Himley Hall to Wolverhampton Race Course
Its time to sign up for this year’s walk and help to make a difference to seriously & terminally ill children whilst having an amazing day of fun at the same time. Join the Promise Deams team on Sunday 21st September with your friends, colleagues and family members.
The walk will start from Himley Hall then you’ll leave Himley and head out towards the village of Wombourne.
As you head off up the Penn Road passing various Wolverhampton landmarks on your way…including a few pubs & the golden arches in case you need a stop off for “fuel”!
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…”