Cerebral palsy charity event for LewisWineWeaver  is privileged to  support a charity fund raising event for the Lewis Fund- a cerebral palsy charity. The WineWeaver team is sponsoring the wine at the charity event  ‘A Night Out For Lewis’ .

The event, which is set to take place on Saturday 12th October 2013, is being held to raise funds for a brave, young boy.

Who it’s all for?

Lewis is a five-year old  boy with cerebral palsy, an incurable neurological condition. To provide him with the best lifestyle possible he needs a great deal of equipment and educational toys for stimulation and fun.

His family are holding the event and they have pledged that all proceeds will be split between three charities.

  • The Lewis Fund– a fund created with the aim of providing Lewis with equipment, educational and fun toys, and communication aids.
  • Rosewood Free School – a specialist school which Lewis attends with the aim of meeting the needs of each child and assisting them with social interaction.
  • Naomi House – a children’s hospice which provides care and support for families with children who suffer from life-debilitating conditions and diseases.

For more information on Rosewood and Naomi House, please see below.

 The Event

A ticket for the event costs £20, and this includes a buffet, disco and raffle. There will also be a charity auction for some very special items, including a Manchester United shirt signed by Rio Ferdinand, a signed ‘One Direction’ photo and a Sekonda watch.  See the full list of prizes here: http://lewisfund.co.uk/events.html

 A win-win idea

The WineWeaver team wishes everyone attending a wonderful evening and for anyone who cannot attend, why not contribute to these worthy charities by purchasing some raffle tickets and maybe you will be lucky enough to win something for your generosity.  It is easy to do, simply pay via PayPal to lewisfund@gmail.com

More about Rosewood and Naomi House

Rosewood is a Southampton-based day school which is attended by children who suffer from serious learning disabilities, ranging from the age of 2 to 19. The school focuses its teaching on five keys areas, Communication, Cognitive Development, Environmental Control Technology, Physical Skills and Personal, Social and Emotional Well-being.

Naomi House Children’s Hospice is an entity founded to provide care for children and young people who suffer from life-limiting and life-threatening conditions and diseases, as well as support for their families. The charity covers Berkshire, Dorset, Hampshire, Isle of Wight, Surrey, West Sussex and Wiltshire.

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