The Isabelle Lottie Foundation was named as the official charity of the 2014 OsFest. The Isabelle Lottie Foundation Team was there facilitating lots of childrens fun and games.
June 2014, Yorkshire 3 Peaks Challenge. This event takes in Yorkshire’s three proudest mountains, Penyghent, Whernside and Ingleborough, covering a distance of 24 miles and 5000 feet of ascent. The team raised in excess of £2600
The Colour Run was in Manchester on 5th July and Birmingham on 16th August, where the event is described as the craziest, colourful 5k of your life!!! There was around 20 runners taking part in the event raising funds, whilst having a lot of fun for The Isabelle Lottie Foundation.
August 2014: 53.53 Marathons. Amy Hughes completed her amazing challenge, running 53 consecutive marathons in 53 days across 53 cities around the UK in the summer of 2014. The aim of the project was to raise awareness and encourage people to get active and become more health conscious, as well as raising money for The Isabelle Lottie Foundation.
Amy has been inspired to set up her own charity 53 Foundation which has inspiration at its core and works hard to make active opportunities available to those with disabilities who would otherwise not experience them.
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Alan's Everest Challenge. In June 2015 Alan Lewis took to the saddle and rode the height of Everest raising £760 for The Isabelle Lottie Foundation.
The Isabelle Lottie Foundation was named as the Captain’s Charity at Hart Common Golf Club, Westhoughton.
Thank you very much John Starr for the nomination.
Members of the 28/143 Battery Royal Artillery held a reunion event and donated £200 to The Isabelle Lottie Foundation.
Karen and Sharon at BT Whittington House organised a Valentine’s cake sale and raffle raising £626.56.
A group blood donation session was organised on March 20th, 2013. At this event around 40 friends and family were inspired to donate blood, rather amazingly potentially benefiting up to 120 people!! The event tied in with the Blood Transfusion Service “Yarnbombing” event, where locations throughout the UK were yarnbombed with blood drops. Isabelle and her Mummy attended the event held at Coleg Cambria, Wrexham and inspired 39 new people to register to donate blood for the first time.
A cake sale was held at the North Wales Cancer Treatment Centre on March 7th, this raised an amazing £637.39! Thank you to all the staff and patients who contributed to this.
Four Crosses Football Club held a charity funday and football match, sponsorsed by Ball Sports Community Coaching on 8th April. The event raised an overwhelming £1370.15!!! Thank you to everyone involved in organising such a wonderful family day and those that came along despite the rain showers.
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Thank you to a very special group of friends who have donated money to The Isabelle Lottie Foundation in lieu of birthday presents, between them they have donated an extremely generous £235!
Heartfelt thanks David Marsh, Anne Starr, John Starr, Harry Clay and Carol Clay.
Thank you very much to Janet and Robert Palmer for raising £300 for The Isabelle Lottie Foundation.
This money has been raised through the sale of cakes, homemade produce and donations in lieu of gifts.
An amazing amount of money!
Congratulations to Bethan Stewart-Thomson who successfully completed the London Marathon in 5hrs 11mins 12 secs.
Well done from everyone here at The Isabelle Lottie Foundation!! Bethan has raised £570.
Here are Isabelle's Grandparents Ian and Lyn Johnson on behalf of The Isabelle Lottie Foundation, receiving a donation of £500 from Michaela Turner and Tracy Knowles of the Very Nice Production Company. Many thanks to everyone involved, it is very generous of you all. Ian and Lyn were treated to a rendition of a few songs from the Company and shared with them Isabelle's journey and the story behind The Isabelle Lottie Foundation.
Introducing your rainbows.......
We invited our Facebook followers, friends, family and colleagues to get involved in creating their own rainbows to celebrate the launch of The Isabelle Lottie Foundation and to raise awareness of Brain Tumour Day on March 7th, 2014.
Our logo is based on a rainbow picture that Isabelle painted whilst receiving high dose chemotherapy as an inpatient at Alder Hey hospital. When Isabelle was suffering from the savage effects of her treatment many of her paintings were created with brown and black paint, somewhat resembling a muddy puddle. The rainbow pictures starting to emerge once Isabelle was feeling better and brighter in herself, that is why it is so important to us as it resembles hope and better times.