Today, Simone continued her journey through Wales. First stop, Cardiff, although it almost felt as though she was in a fairy tale given the day’s first landmark, Castell Coch. Simone was welcomed by Rob Payne and Marc Lewis of the South Wales Masons who showed her around the beautiful grounds. She was then escorted to her next stop in a newly and lovingly restored 1958 MGA, owned and driven by local Freemason Spiro Ginis, but not before being presented with a cheque for £1,000 for Lifelites.
The next stop for Simne and the Lift for Lifelites team was in the county of Monmouthshire where she was photographed in front of the only remaining fortified river bridge in the country: Monnow Bridge. She was met by Monmouthshire Freemason Paul Harris who provided her with her next lift, in his gorgeous Aston Martin DB9.
After lunch, it was onwards to Gloucestershire and the Cotswold Motoring Museum and Toy Collection at Bourton-on-the-Water. Check out the mini made out of bushes outside! Unfortunately, there wasn’t enough time to play with the toys in the collection as Alex Bridges arrived in her flashy Mercedes SLK (also known as Sadie) to whisk Simone away to her next stop in Oxfordshire.
Simone was met in the stunning grounds of the magnificent Blenheim Palace, birthplace of Sir Winston Churchill by Oxfordshire Freemasons Roger Hampshire and his son Martin, along with their very special Morris Minors and Mk 2 Cortina. It was a beautiful end to quite a long day – not bad for a Monday though!
Be part of the 2020 Lifelites Games Day! During Covid-19, we fight isolation by playing board, card, and computer games with our household or calling up our friends for a quiz night over Zoom, or Skype!
CEO Simone Enefer-Doy, together with her Lifelites colleagues, is asking you to join the 26 hour no tech fundraising challenge.
Would you be willing not to use your phone, computers, TV or tablet for 26 hours on 26 April? To ask your friends and family to join you? To each aim to raise £26 so that Lifelites can get vital tech to life-limited children?
For the price of a coffee each week, you can become a Lifelites Benefactor - one of a growing number of dedicated supporters helping Lifelites to enhance the lives of disabled and life-limited children and young people in hospices.
Every donation helps us to do more. Take a look at how you can become a Lifelites champion in 2020.
Leaving a gift in your will could hlp us suport children in hospices in the future. Read on to se why others have chosen to leave a gift in tehir will to Lifelites.
Would you like to give kids with limited life unlimited possibilities?
We have plenty of opportunities for how you can get involved and help us raise funds so we can continue donating life-changing technology to children with disabilities and life-limited conditions. Have a look!
We're a small charity with lots of opportunities - whether you're looking for a day raising funds, an hour helping with a mailing or some more work experience we'd love to hear from you.
Would you like to fundraise for Lifelites but are stuck for ideas? Take a look through our A-Z of ideas and hopefully you’ll find some inspiration!