Simone's penultimate day of Lift for Lifelites started at the Sammy Miller Motorcycle Museum in Hampshire, along with a very impressive turnout of local Freemasons, including Widows Sons motorcyclists, 1717 demonstration team in costume and members of the Chequered Flag classic car Lodge. After trying out a tractor, Simone was given a lift in a 1967 MGB GT, but was also escorted to Southampton Airport by a Porsche and several motorcycles outriders – it was quite a sight.
Simone took to the skies for her next stop as she made her way to Jersey. She was met at the airport by Jersey Freemasons, who gave her a lift to the La Corbière Lighthouse in an Austin 12/4 Clifton tourer. She was then lifted in the air with a very special private plane courtesy of Guernsey Freemasons.
In Guernsey she was met by some of the island’s Freemasons who gave her a lift in a wartime motorbike sidecar to a local landmark called the Little Chapel. This is the smallest functioning chapel in Europe and is a miniature version of the Rosary Basilica in Lourdes. After visiting this beautiful site, the Freemasons gave Simone a lift back to the airport in a 1958 Jaguar, and then handed her a cheque for £250. The end of another successful day!
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!