March's Magical Moments
This month we've donated another magical package of technology, received a heart-warming donation and celebrated International Day of Happiness.
(Images: Dipak's colleagues from GSF Car Parts; the late Dipak Chouhan, a long-term supporter of Lifelites; GSF Car Parts employees held a charity football match in memory of Dipak; the family of Dipak - Dell and daughter Nikita.)
We would like to thank the group of supporters who came together in memory of Dipak Chouhan to hold a charity football tournament and raise funds for Lifelites in his name. Dipak was a wonderful supporter of our work, who inspired his family, friends, brethren and colleaues at the Tottenham branch of GSF Car Parts to raise over £3,000 for Lifelites. Dell Chouhan and daughter Nikita have seen first hand the impact of Lifelites work and what this funding will do to support life-limited and disabled children using hospice services. We would like to say a big thank you to everyone who was involved.
Magical International Day of Happiness
In paying homage to all the incredible disabled and life-limited children that Lifelites works to support, we celebrated International Day of Happiness. Happiness is integral to the wellbeing of us all and the assistive technology that we donate to children's hospices helps to bring joy and magic to the children who use its services. So, here's to happiness.
Magical Donation Drop
We visited the fabulous Julia's House in Wiltshire to drop off a magical package of assistive technology. Martin Edwards, the chief executive of Julia's House explained how the technology has revolutionised the care that hospices are able to provide to children, specifically our tech trunks which help get tech to children who find it difficult to attend the children's hospices in person. We'd like to say a big thank you to all the freemasons, trusts and supporters who helped make this donation possible.