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This month was one full of support from our wonderful champions and partners. We had a morning full of games and inspiring conversations at Fireshine, witnessed the tremendous effort of Lion’s Club to Lifelites’ cause, and welcomed a new and incredibly amazing Platinum Partner: WarwickShire Freemasons.
The month of June was full of immense gratitude. To our hospice partners for the amazing work they do everytday, and to the gaming community for their infallible support to Lifelites' cause.
Earlier this year, Lifelites patron Rick Wakeman and Freemasons from the Westminster City School Lodge raised £4,305 for Lifelites.
In May we teamed up with Humble Bundle to raise funds for Lifelites with the help of generous gamers. The campaign was a success and raised over £22.000!
The month of May was an exciting one for Lifelites: we celebrated national children's day, announced a wonderful new project and received incredible support from our partners!
This is the first blog from Lifelites CEO, Rob Lightfoot.
Humble Bundle to raise money for Lifelites charity thanks to generous gamers.
We kicked off spring by launching our Lifelites Live campaign and celebrated two important awareness days.
In March we celebrated a fundraising milestone, felt motivated by some fantastic feedback and were on the look out for some new team members.
This week, we launched a new campaign called #LifelitesLive. If you haven't seen our Facebook, Instagram or Twitter pages then check them out. You are in for a treat!
In February we celebrated a fundraising milestone, felt motivated by some fantastic feedback and were on the look out for some new team members.
In January we were busy with more magical installations of our tech as well as attending some other magical events.
This year we created a brand new video showcase to replace our annual conference that we sadly could not hold due to the ongoing pandemic. Watch it here!
John Donoghue is a dedicated Lifelites Benefactor. He shared with us his very moving personal story about his daughter's health and the reason he decided to become a benefactor, and make a regular monthly gift to Lifelites.
The feedback that we receive means so much to the staff, volunteers and fundraisers who work so hard to enable Lifelites to donate life-changing technology packages to the life-limited and disabled children's using every hospice service across the British Isles. Here is what some of the leading children's hospice service leaders had to say about Lifelites work.
Lifelites is delighted to announce that we have been shortlisted in the Third Sector Business Charity Awards for our ongoing partnership with BMJ, the global medical knowledge provider and publisher of The BMJ (British Medical Journal).
We know the impact that gaming can have on children and young people with life-limiting illnesses and disabilities in hospices, so we were delighted to get a visit from Guardian journalist Keith Stuart recently who wanted to find out more about what we do.
We are delighted to announce that disabled artist Sarah Ezekiel has agreed to become Lifelites newest Patron.