Story

On the 24th of August 2012  My son Joseph grew is wings too young. This year he will be 10 and we want to remember him in our special way. 

Me and anyone that wants to join , are walking 10 Munroe's starting on the 26th July. And on the 24th of August Alexx and Max , Joseph's brother and sister are going to walk the conic hill .  


The two charities that helped us the most were 

Ayrshire Baby Loss 

And The fire service family trust so if anyone feels they want to donate to these fantastic charities feel free. 


Thank you everyone

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£1,423.75 raised of £100.00 target by 78 supporters

£1,165.00 donated and £258.75 in GiftAid

Target

1,423 %

When

From 24th July 2022. Until 24th August 2022.

Donations

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Supporting

Ayrshire Baby Loss Support

We offer support to anyone affected by the loss of a baby at any stage. Support is offered through support meetings held monthly, telephone, messaging and email support. We also have a number of memorial trees that plaques may be placed on.

SFRS Family Support Trust

Scottish Fire and Rescue Service Family Support Trust (established 1923), is the oldest Fire & Rescue charity in the UK. We enjoy a unique position as the only Fire Service charity, run within a specific Fire and Rescue Service, for the benefit of Service personnel and retired members and their families. We help serving & retired Fire Service personnel & their families, in times of need. Our charitable services include: welfare grants, information, support and usage of our respite facilities, for rest and recuperation, following illness, injury or bereavement. We receive no regular grant funding and we rely heavily on financial donations and the fundraising efforts of members of the Fire Service and the general public. We continually strive to ensure the best use of our charitable resources. We organise social and fundraising events and activities throughout the year, to help raise awareness of the good work of our Charity and to engage with our beneficiaries and supporters. Our Charity is managed by a small, professional, Staff team and a Board of Volunteer Trustees. We report annually to OSCR, (Office of the Scottish Charity Regulator).