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Have a look at our past fundraising events, and see how many amazing people have organised, taken part in, and donated money to Interface.
Jane Sibley (cleft nurse specialist at the John Radcliffe hospital in Oxford has been busy again! She writes:
At last I have packed up the parcel and it’s ready to send to Bertha at CorSU tomorrow.
The box contains 100 bottles, 224 teats and 60 weaning spoons. The weaning spoons are useful to them as the surgeons like the babies to use spoons after surgery for a few weeks.
The parcel is very timely as I had a phonemail from Bertha […]
A huge thank you to Katie, who recently completed her Yorkshire 3 Peaks Challenge for Interface. She has managed to raise over £500! She writes:
I was due to do the Yorkshire 3 peak challenge back in May to raise money for both your incredible charity and CLAPA. I chose your charity as my daughters surgeon volunteers for you and of course the lovely Jane Sibley. Due to illness I couldn’t take part but this weekend I finally completed it and […]
THANK YOU to everyone who came Dragon Boat racing at Exeter Quay last night. We raised £120 for Interface Uganda. Well done to Dom Hazell for organising this fun, wet, exhausting event! (I’m aching a lot today – found muscles I never knew I had)!
Helen Anderson (one of the Interface trustees) ran the Edinburgh marathon in May 2017, and raised over £400 for Interface Uganda. Well done Helen!
Thank you to Isaac and Sue Moger, who have spent last Friday and Saturday fundraising for us, raising a total of £904.45 to split between Interface Uganda and Bramble ward at the RD&E.
Sue held a coffee and cake morning in her village hall on Friday, and Isaac completed his first triathlon on Saturday! He swam 4 lengths at Exmouth pool, followed by a bike ride to Lympstone and back, then a run around […]
Thank you to Katie Aldridge, who is walking up 3 mountains and raising money for us – here is why:
As most of you know, my amazing daughter was born with Pierre Robin Sequence with a cleft palate. Sylvie was lucky enough to be born in a country where she has the best care possible, the best support possible and some of the best surgeons in the world.
Some children aren’t that fortunate. Some children will go through life with unrepaired clefts […]
Thank you to all the kind and generous people in Pinhoe who have put money in the donation box when they took some apples. Hope you have all enjoyed your apple pies and crumbles! The grand total was £51.45!!!