Category Archives: Fundraising
If you are organising an event to raise money for Chiane, please let us know. We can advertise and support you here on Chiane’s website.
Have you already arranged and held an event? Get in touch with your stories and pictures so that everyone can see what you achieved!
Remember you can make a difference! There are loads of fun ideas to help raise funds. If you are keen to help out at a fund raising event for Chiane, please email your details to us.
To get in touch email Dustin on firstname.lastname@example.org
Alan Holt rowing a full marathon for Chiane and her brother Estian
Alan completed his full marathon yesterday, well done Alan!
Message from Alan:
I did it, don’t think I want to do it again anytime soon.
I completed the 26 miles (or 41,600 metres) in 3hrs 26m 56secs
A MASSIVE thank you to everyone that turned up to support, and to my 3 wing men that joined me whilst rowing (Damian Packer) Tim Shaw squeezed 20 miles a little to casually for me though.
Chiane Cloete I hope you feel better in the morning daddy told you had a tiring couple of days. We’ll see you I’m sure x
PR Statement from Alan:
I’m rowing 26 miles ( a full marathon) on a rowing machine at Club Kingswood in Basildon on Nov 16th to raise money for Chiane Cloete.
I have been in official training for about 4wks and am making steady progress. I’m up to 15 miles in one session which took 2 hours.
After reaching that that land mark I’ve not been back on as I’m finding it mentally tough to endure the boredom.
Drou running half marathon for Chiane – raised over £1200!!!
On the April the 1st Drou ran a half marathon to collect funds for Chiane. She managed to raise a grand total of just over £1200!!! Drou said that it was tough but knowing that she was doing it for such a brave little girl helped her to get through it.
Well done Drou and and thank you very much to everyone who supported Drou and Chiane by making donations!
Tim Shaw Running the London Marathon for Chiane!
Tim ran the London Marathon for Chiane yesterday and did very well. Finishing in an absolutely fantastic time of 4hrs 17mins.
Well done Tim we are all proud of you, especially Chiane!
Update from Tim 23/04/2012:
Thats it ‘DONE’ ! Finished in 4.17.03 ! Really chuffed, legs a little Sore today but to be expected ! The weather was really kind to us .All together a fantastic and emotional day! It was worth all the hard work, I won’t lie to you but thinking of Chiane helped me through I tough parts of the run!
Update from Tim:
5 days to go ! Training finished now ! I did 22 miles the week after the 20 . Then a 11 and 6 the two weeks after, a couple of light short runs this week , I’ll be going to London on Saturday all ready for Sunday . Look out for me on the tv ! I’ll put a picture of my shirt on my Facebook page !!
Wish you all the best for the Marathon this weekend and I am sure that all the hard work will pay off.
I will be keeping everyone posted on Tim’s training progress and how he has done on the day. If anyone is interested in sponsoring Tim please get in touch with myself or you can find him on Facebook.
GOOD LUCK TIM!!!
Martha’s Krispy Kreme Sale
Martha and 10 of her friends held a Krispy Kreme sale, it was a big success and they raised £310!
Message from Martha:
We held a Krispy Kreme Sale last week and myself and about 10 of my friends managed to sell 35 boxes (dozen in each) of doughnuts and we raised £310!!! I sold them at Dame Alice Owens and at 1st Grange Park Girlguiding. Even if people didn’t buy a doughnut they still donated as they were astonished by Chiane’s bravery, especially for a six year old!
Krispy Kreme has a great way of raising funds. If you are interested in doing a similar fundraiser to Martha’s, go to Krispy Kreme’s website for more details.
Well done to Martha and her friends for the hard work!
3 Course Meal At The Maharaja Restaurant – 15 February
Kevin Welby and his wife Sarah arranged a curry night to raise money for Chiane. Everyone enjoyed it and it went so well that they are really keen to organise another.
Well done to both of you and a big thank you for everyone that went.
Email update from Kevin Welby:
Thank you very much to everyone that came to the Maharaja. 130 ppl came along and everyone looked like they enjoyed themselves. It was such a great evening, I’m wondering if we should organise another one ???
Thanks again to Mr Ali and his Maharaja Staff and all 130 ppl for attending and making the Evening so Special.
If anyone would like help organising a Fund raising meal for Chiane Cloete in their area, let me or Sarah Walby (077 3603 6013) know and we will help you!!!
Last few tickets remaining fo our Fund raising Buffet meal in aid of Chiane Cloete. We have a Live Singer, Late Disco and some fantastic Raffle Prizes including a Weeks Accomodation, Comedy Club Tickes and much more.
Call 07736036013 for more info. Tickets are £15 per Adult and £10 pr Child.
Eastfield Primary School sponsored £80 for Chris’s Fund Raising Walk
£80 was raised by staff at Eastfield Primary School to sponsor Chris’s recent fund raising walk. The contributors were: Chris Luck, Jane Perryman, Graham Hicks, Dan Brown, Mary Ardern and Mary Price. Good luck and best wishes from us all.
Alan Holt raised £400 by challenging friends to game of Racquetball.
Racquetball with a nasty frock!!!
Email from Alan:
On Dec 23rd I charged 4 of my friends £10 each to play me at racquet ball at Club Kingswood with me wearing a nasty frock. Afterwards I went up to the bar and managed to collect another £310, plus the £40 and another £50 from my colleagues in the office. Had a great time, met some lovely people (including a terminal cancer sufferer and his family), made some knew friends, spread a lot of awareness for Chiane and collected £400 – best days work did in all of 2011. Almost forgot, I did a platelet donation that day as well and got £22 off the nurses.
Carol singing at Enfield Town Centre
When I was collecting sponsorship for the ‘Sponsor a Star’ event, I asked a lot of people at school to sponsor me. One girl, Emma, came up to me a couple of weeks later saying she wanted to organise some carol singing for Chiane as her story had touched her so much. I agreed to help her as it is such a worthy cause.
It took a lot longer than we anticipated to organise, but after about 20 phone calls to goodness knows how many people, we were finally allowed to carol sing somewhere! That somewhere was Enfield Town centre. It was all very last minute but eight of us were there, standing in the freezing cold, with our Santa hats, special t-shirts and tinsel covered buckets ready to sing carols. We had over three sheets of songs, ranging from the traditional ‘Away in a Manger’ to ‘Santa Claus is coming’ to Town’. The two hours were full of mishaps, including a bee attacking our bright yellow buckets, seeing lots of people we knew and being told to move by a security guard- in our defence we didn’t know that where we were standing wasn’t public pavements!
Even though we got very cold and our throats by the end were quite sore, we were very glad we did it for such an amazing little girl. We raised £167.67 so we knew those two hours of coldness were worth it! Thank You to all the other girls who turned up!
Thanks for all the help!
Enfield Grammar Boys rising to the occasion!
Enfield Grammar boys have really risen to the occasion and came up with some fab ideas for Chiane’s charity – we are doing a cake sale this Friday, and the boys are allowed to come in to school in non-uniform on the 21st when we break up with a one pound donation – we have about 1200 kids in the school so that’s going to be a good drive! Some of the year 12′s are sorting out a staff vs sixth form football match (sponsored) and some other ideas are in the offing.