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Donations made to Wardie's Way in memory of Kjeld Jensen have totalled an amazing
A wonderful result for a wonderful man!
In a separate event, Steve Stabler and the Staging Post team dedicated their latest concert to Wardie's Way, also in memory of Kjeld. On the night they raised an additional €1,294 for Wardie's Way.
Many thanks to Steve and his team
The Arts Society Brussels dedicated their October lecture on the Architect Zaha Hadid to their fond memory of Kjeld, and very kindly held a collection on the night for Wardie's Way, raising €227. Many thanks to Muriel Lowe and the committee for this kind donation.
A huge thank you to Carol McHugh and her fellow organisers for the collection at their St Patrick's Day party at the Commission. €520 was donated to WW as a result.
Sarah Evans organised an arts sale at the BSB for the Year 2 students, and they raised a fantastic €450 for WW.
Staging Post De Kam donated the proceeds from their Charity Concert on 17th Sept to "Wardie's Way", making €1.470 on the night. WOW!
Misja & Mike Pennington held a collection for "Wardie's Way" at their recent party, and raised a fabulous €750. THANKS GUYS (and your guests!!).
My nephew Tim Hopper put on a great concert in Brighton and, in the process, raised a fantastic £300 for "Wardie's Way".
One of my oldest and bestest mates, Andy Podd (Pictured left with me in the Grande Place, Brussels), raised a fabulous £1.520 cycling from London to Brussels at the start of the summer. What a great effort!!
Emily Stausboll (pictured left) and her Mum Yvonne raised €830 for "Wardie's Way" whilst participating in an open-water swim in the water-ways of Copenhagen at the end of August. Hope the pneumonia is improving! Thanks!!
Thanks to all those who participated in the Euro 2106 Sweepstake. All together we raised €430 for "Wardie's Way" :o)
The lovely Margaret Slattery (pictured left) raised an incredible €1.074 for "Wardie's Way" by 'Nordic Walking' her way around the Brussels 20K course. How impressive is THAT?!?! :o)
She's done it again! At the end of last year our wonderful friend Noirin arranged a second collection at the European School in Woluwe, close to Brussels. The children who participated very generously raised a fantastic €450 for "Wardie's Way".
Pictured (right) are some of the wonderful children that contributed receiving a 'Thank You' certificate, as well as the lady who made it all happen; Noirin (or "Mrs Organ" to the kids!!).
In October last year a 'Bake Sale' was organised at St Anthony's Church, Kraainem which raised an incredible €1.000 for "Wardie's Way".
Pictured left is the wonderful organiser, Bernie Lindop (centre), along with super-helper Sue Morton.
Help is always required, whether behind the scenes, or to help plan, set-up and execute live events.
All ideas on how funds could be raised are welcome.
Please submit ideas by sending a message - go to the "Contact" section for more details.
All donations are welcome. Please go to "Donations" section for details of 'how'.