I was absolutely honoured to attend this Royal event with my wife Paula , we had an amazing time and thoroughly enjoyed the whole afternoon meeting many interesting people from all over the country. I would like to thank everyone connected with FCGAGA and FTS a for your continuous kindness and support
Thank you Rachel ( community champion ) and Tesco, Leyton for the various donations of food during the month of May , your support is very much appreciated.
Boxes of Body Wash were delivered to Sharan Hatch at McMillan , Whipps Cross Hospital who will deliver them to patients on cancer wards.
Finally we have a van for the charity it will make such a huge difference to how the charity does things like collection and delivery of food , collecting and delivering furniture and personally being able to deliver Christmas presents to Sick children in hospital , thank you to everyone who donated on Crowd Funder last year this helped so much and to Liam and Hannah for setting it all up.
Thank you Daniell for the many boxes of Body Wash, shower gel which were donated to Feed The Streetz these will be given to the McMillan department at Whipps Cross Hospital who will deliver them to patients on the cancer wards.
Delivered toys to Newham University Hospital , Rainbow Ward as these gifts were given to me after my Xmas toy appeal , I hope the children have lots of fun playing with them.
FCGAGA bought gifts for a girl called Mia who had just recovered from a stay in Great Ormond Street Hospital after she had stopped breathing at home . Mia was put on life support and thankfully made a full recovery after a week at GOSH. We were only too pleased to buy Mia some gifts as she was coming up to her 1st birthday in a weeks time.
A cake was presented to me by a reporter from the Sun newspaper who was doing a article on national kindness , they decide on choosing me for my many the years of charity work.
Feed The Streetz were given a huge donation of clothes from Hoppe 4 Humanity this was very unexpected but a welcome surprise nonetheless. These clothes will go to the clothes bank which I run in Stratford, Carpenters Road, E15 for rough sleepers or anyone receiving food from Carpenters & Dockland.
Hello my name is Frank Charles and I am 52 years of age , I am retired from full time work due to having stage four blood cancer and cancer of the bone marrow. After completing the last two items on my bucket list in 2015 all that remains is for FCGAGA to be very active in the community helping where we can bringing a little joy and comfort to those in need.