Big THANK YOU for Christmas fundraising

Thank You – RSA Insurance and Bangor Abbey

Angel Eyes NI would like to say a great big THANK YOU to all the staff at RSA Insurance in Belfast who donated £593 from their Christmas Fair to Angel Eyes NI. This amount was increased by a further £500 in matched funding taking it to a grand total of £1093.

 The Christmas Chorale on 24 December at Bangor Abbey raised an amazing £1095 for Angel Eyes NI. So a big THANK YOU to Reverend Canon Ronnie Nesbitt, the Bangor Abbey Choir including the Chair of Angel Eyes NI – Frances Hill and of course the congregation of Bangor Abbey.

Christmas Hampers – Angel Eyes NI is grateful for all the efforts that went in to making and promoting our wonderful Christmas Hampers and to all the people who donated hamper items and bought tickets. Together the hampers raised over £500.

Great Wall of China – Anthony Quinn – Angel Eyes NI is grateful to Anthony Quinn and his family and friends who organised a lovely fundraising evening on 29 December. Money raised will go towards Anthony’s target to enable him to trek the Great Wall of China in May 2015 on behalf of Angel Eyes NI. So THANK YOU to everyone who contributed to the evening’s success.  You can donate on Anthony’s Just Giving page
https://www.justgiving.com/Anthony-Quinn5/

Where the money goes - All of the money raised from the above goes directly to supporting the growing number of families throughout Northern Ireland who have a child or children who are blind or visually impaired.

Angel Eyes NI helps families through one-to-one support, by providing opportunities for families to come together for fun events, by providing information, advice and signposting, by empowering parents to get the best opportunities for their child and by providing a voice for parents when it comes to lobbying for change.

We receive no money from government. Everything we do, we have to find funds for and donations such as those received over the Christmas period are absolutely vital to sustain our work.

 

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