FCGAGA will be sad not to see Tracey Cockley at the this years Christmas Toy Appeal , for she will soon be leaving her post in the Hospital and Home Teaching Service on Acorn Children's Ward at Whipps Cross Hospital. So the least we could do was to buy her some chocolates and a farewell card for all that Tracey has done for us. Tracey and the other staff have always been polite and warm to me and my charity supporters whenever we have brought toys to the sick children over the festive period, we wish Tracey and her family all the best for the future and thank you once again.
Just when I thought life couldn't get any better Haslers Foundation / Accountants and Business Advisors go and send me a lovely bottle of Champagne to toast my good health , Thank you guys.
It gives me great pleasure to announce after eight long hard, emotional and unpredictable years that I have been declared cancer free of my stage four Non Hodgkin Lymphoma by my oncologist at St Bart's Hospital. It is impossible to put into words how I'm feeling right now but let's go with very humbled.
On Wednesday 15th August 2018 it was a honour and privilege for FCGAGA to buy and hand over six computer games which had been requested by the Young adults group of SFH, Romford. The group meets once a month and I was kindly invited to join them at their regular bowling session which was held at the City Pavilion, Dagenham. I thoroughly enjoyed meeting all the users, their carers and staff from the different hospices who were also present.
To all the users who attend the Young Adult Group, from all of us at FCGAGA we hope you have hours of fun playing with the various computer games.
Haslers Foundation Quiz Night
On Thursday 26th April 2018 Haslers Foundation held their annual quiz night which was at West Essex Golf Club in Chingford, once again Haslers Foundation kindly invited FCGAGA and other charities for a fun and eventful evening raising lots of money for many good causes. At the end of the evening the total raised was over £2,800, well done everybody , especially Haslers Foundation for a great event.
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.