Here’s their ad below and you can find out more from their website: www.carefreekids.org.
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There was a wonderful evening of music last Saturday (9 June) in the magnificent dining hall of Forest School, Snaresbrook, which was packed for Leytonstone based charity Carefree Kids first ever fundraising concert.
The concert, ‘From Heart to the Heart’ was performed by world renowned cellist Alexander Baillie, accompanied on piano by John Thwaites.
The event was also attended by Cllr Richard Sweden, Mayor of Waltham Forest, and was held to raise funds towards an urgently needed new mobile therapy playbus, which is central to the work that Carefree Kids does in Waltham Forest and the surrounding boroughs.
The charity would like to thank everybody who attended and who sponsored the event with prizes for the raffle.
Three Leytonstone based charities have events coming up in the next few weeks and would love your support. Please see their websites/Facebook pages for details of times, costs and if booking is needed.
Includes a delicious Indian buffet.
A charity night of mediumship with the lovely Becs, including buffet and raffle.
Concert with the international cellist Alexander Baillie, including works for cello and piano by Tchaikovsky, Schubert, John Ireland and Cesar Franck. Accompanied on piano by John Thwaites.
(Tickets from Carefree Kids, not Forest School).
Carefree Kids, a Leytonstone based charity working in schools throughout Waltham Forest and the neighbouring boroughs, is entering its first ever runner in the London Marathon this Sunday to raise money towards an urgently needed new playbus and towards general office costs.
27-year old Beth Eite is a town planner with Tower Hamlets Council. She has run two full marathons before, in Rome and Edinburgh, but has struggled with a knee injury this year, so is hoping this won’t deter her success.
Beth found out about Carefree Kids from her boyfriend, Rob, whose mum is chair of the Trustees and a volunteer. Rob was also a pupil at George Tomlinson School in Leytonstone, one the main schools the charity works with.
You can sponsor Beth Eite on her MyDonate Fundraiser profile page: https://mydonate.bt.com/fundraisers/betheite1
You can find out more about the work of Carefree Kids on:
Carefree Kids is also organising a charity concert with the internationally famous cellist Alexander Baillie on Saturday 9 June. Find out more, and how to obtain tickets at: www.carefreekids.org
(Apologies if you received the earlier post without a title!)
Carefree Kids Charity Concert
Light refreshments (food and non-alcoholic drink) will also be on sale.
Download a poster and leaflet below and please publicise this concert on behalf of Carefree Kids. You can also add the web banners (there are .gif and .jpg versions) to your website or Facebook pages. These should be linked to: http://www.carfreekids.org.
They are holding a Valentine’s event in Leytonstone, more details and how to get tickets are on their Facebook site below.
Who can attend: Anyone … children must be with an adult
This is a ticket only event, please contact: