Coinadrink have been partnering with Promise Dreams for four years now, committed to helping terminally ill children make their dreams a reality. Some of the conditions these children have are truly heart-breaking, and the charity just wants to give them and their families some joy and positivity in what is a very difficult time.
Rhyan and Rhys, aged eight and five, suffer with the awful condition of Cystic Fibrosis, meaning extensive hospital appointments, medication and physio rob the boys of the childhood they deserve. As if that wasn’t bad enough, each lad has their own additional life limiting condition…
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Coinadrink are delighted to be working with Acorns as our chosen charity for 2016-17. This excellent organisation works closely with life limited and life threatened children of all ages, as well as supporting their families, to provide tailored nursing care including short breaks, emergency and end of life care.
With three hospices situated locally, each and every one is guaranteed to provide a calming, home from home atmosphere where fun and therapeutic activities are always at the top of the agenda. Acorns understands that the children in their care face more stress and worry than someone their age ever should, so they simply wish to give them something to smile about.
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As you may have read in our last newsletter, we have been supporting “Just Small Change”, a charity who tackle poverty in developing countries by providing small business loans. Our specialist water cooler department ‘Aquatek’ is donating a percentage of all water bottle sales to charity. We are pleased to announce the scheme has already made enough to help our first business.
Continue reading “Refreshing Times – Summer 2015 – Just Small Change Charity Update”
It is tragically estimated that by 2020, over one in two people will suffer from cancer at some point in their lives. Macmillan has been committed to providing care and attention to those diagnosed with cancer for years and years, so that nobody has to deal with it alone.
Continue reading “Macmillan coffee morning is soon to be here again!”