For several years, Lifelites has benefitted from the support of the British Medical Journal (BMJ).
BMJ staff have donated time, expertise and funds to support Lifelites work since 2016. As well as hosting a series of fundraising events and raising five figures for Lifelites work each year. BMJ staff have also offered free skill sharing for Lifelites' small team, as well as a venue for Lifelites events.
Just as each of our projects across the Brtish Isles are unique, our experineced fundriasing staff will work with you and your colleagues to meet the requirments of your fundraising for Lifelites in your workplace, ensuring we both get the most out of our time together.
In response to an appeal by the Metropolitan Grand Lodge, led by Lifelites' Patron Rick Wakeman, we have had many generous donations from Freemasons across London lodges. These funds, which are continuing to come in in 2021, will help Lifelites continue to provide magical technology to life-limited and disabled children in hospices.
We are working with the games industry to get children in hospices gaming. You can get involved.
Work in the games industry? We need you!
Lifelites was originally born from a concept created by volunteers from the City Livery Company, the Worshipful Company of Information Technologists.