Kelvin Hughes of Dravet Syndrome UK receives our £400 donation from Sarah Cunliffe who nominated the charity
Our charity of the month for June is Dravet Syndrome UK, nominated by Sarah Cunliffe.
Dravet Syndrome is a rare and disabling type of epilepsy which is all the more distressing as is presents in infants and for which there is no known cure.Read More
WDP chief executive Dave Thompson and Shopmobility’s Chrissie Corbishley pictured with the two brand new wheelchairs our £400 donation has bought to add to the Motability fleet
Gladstone Brookes is a company which is proud of its efforts to help out local charities and give something back to the community we live in.
Every month we donate our dress down money to a nominated charity which could be either local or national – like this month’s Warrington Disability Partnership (WDP) or Children In Need.Read More
Lynne Cliffe (left) accepts the £400 donation on behalf of the charity from Hayley McAteer
Our charity of the month for April was Target Ovarian Cancer, nominated by Hayley McAteer in memory of her friend Kerry Vincent wo died of the disease in March last year, aged just 27.
Kerry became engaged to her fiancé Adam in April 2015, three months before being given her cancer diagnosis after being rushed into hospital on return from a holiday in Malta.Read More
Tony Woolrich, Hannah Fraser and Jen Merchant handing over the cheque for £400 to Bruce and his handler Kelly Walker
Our charity of the month for March is the Cheshire Dogs Home, nominated by Jen Marchant, Tony Woolrich and Hannah Fraser.
Receiving the £400 donation, Heather Lockett said: “We are immensely grateful for the generosity of the Gladstone Brookes staff. As you can imagine, dealing with over 7,000 dogs a year we always have need of money and with generous gifts like this we would struggle to carry on.Read More
Fundraiser Kerry Threadgill (second right) receives our donation along with charity shop staff (left to right) Tracy Richmond, Val Wilson and Debbie Snape
Our charity of the month for February is the British Red Cross – one of the world’s most iconic charities with workers to be found anywhere there is need or a disaster.
But they do a lot close to home as well, offering a wide range of services, including support in emergencies and for people in their own homes, event first aid and ambulance support, mobility aids and first aid courses.Read More
The Warrington Macmillan team: Helen Pennington, Mary Lilford, Lyn Gordon, Kerry Lindsay and Rebecca Ambler receiving our £434 donation
Possibly the most terrifying words you will ever hear are ‘You’ve got cancer.’
We all dread it and we all know someone who has been through it. The lucky ones survive, but for many the diagnosis is terminal and that news is devastating.Read More
Our eight volunteers pictured with appeal organiser Paul Whittaker (centre back row)
after their £1,100 trolley dash around Toys ‘R’ Us
From left to right: Dominique Russell, Neil Jackson and Paige Bisatt with our £518 contribution to this year’s Children In Need Appeal
This year’s penultimate Gladstone Brookes charity of the month is Children In Need and the £518 we have been able to donate brings this year’s running total to £6,158.
The charity has received regular support from Gladstone Brookes in recent years and, in return, our region has received a lot of help in the form of a wide range of grants to local organisations.Read More
Kayleigh Slater hands over the Charity Of The Month cheque to CHICS family support worker Eddie Hincks
Cancer is a word that strikes fear and dread into the hearts of the bravest people.
How many of us have wondered what our own reaction might be to receiving that devastating news from a doctor?Read More
Amy Clarke (left) hands over the cheque to Alzheimer’s Cheshire Community Fundraiser Ashley Dodd
Our Charity Of The Month for September was The Alzheimer’s Society, nominated by Amy Clarke.
Alzheimer’s Disease is the most common cause of dementia in the UK. It causes physical changes to the chemistry and structure of the brain to bring on dementia as the brain cells are slowly killed off.Read More