Promise Dreams are committed to helping young people with unfortunate illnesses achieve their dream, and now we can prove to you just how far your money goes.
Olivia is a 16 year old girl who is suffering from a condition called Leigh’s Syndrome which is a neurological disorder that affects your mind and the ability to move. It’s horrid to see just how this can attack a person’s life, yet it seems nothing is able to bring her down. Olivia may be a permanent resident at the Birmingham Children’s Hospital, celebrating her 16th birthday there, but she is full of humour and positivity, always showing her smile!
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Charity work has always been an aspect that Coinadrink are particularly keen on, and we are proud to say that we are doing our bit for yet another good cause, Just Small Change.
The microfinance charity aims to support the growth of businesses in developing countries, offering many an escape route from poverty. They ensure that small scale loans are provided, as well as saving schemes and business training to ensure that poorer countries have a ray of hope in economic development.
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Yet another superb charity. In total, around 30,000 newborn babies suffer with a genetic disorder and the majority of deaths under the age of 14 are due to genetic disorder. Because of this, it is immensely important that we do all we can to help make the lives of the suffering and their families as stress free as possible. This is exactly what Jeans for Genes Day attempts to do. By wearing Jeans in your workplace, you can make a donation and help make the lives of the children just that bit brighter.
Coinadrink are committed to helping this brilliant charity and all staff will be arriving to work on the 19th September dressed in Jeans. We understand the trauma that affected children and their families face and we are determined to help make a difference.
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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