Club Charities

The items listed below are some of the charitiess over the past few years.

July 2017 the club decided to raise money this year for 2 charities
The first was Shelter Box which sends aid in the form of boxes of basic needs. The aid they supply comes in the form of ShelterBoxes and ShelterKits. The sturdy green ShelterBoxes contain family-sized tents specially designed to withstand the elements and provide people with temporary shelter until they are able to start the process of rebuilding a home. The ShelterKits contain all of the essential tools people need to start repairing and rebuilding homes straight away.
Pictured from left to right John Taylor, Jonathan Ewen(Shelter Box), Ray Kelly handing over the cheque for £100.00p and Nigel Bryant
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The second was Daft as a Brush Cancer Patient Care, provides a free transport service to and from the Freeman/RVI Hospitals for outpatients undergoing chemotherapy and/or radiotherapy treatment . To date the charity has a fleet of 20 ambulances, 18 of which have been adopted by primary schools from across the region and 2 by the Great North Children’s Hospital. Over 250 volunteers are employed as ambulance drivers/companions; staffing the information desk at the Freeman Hospital, the shop in Eldon Garden and at Daft as a Brush House.
Pictured from left to right Chris Friendship, Geoff Grice handing over the cheque for £100.00p to one of the two drivers from the charity
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July 2016 the club decided to raise money this year for Mackmillan Nurses
Pictured from left to right John Taylor, Gerry Ray Kelly (receiving the cheque for Mackmillan Nurses), Ian East(Club Tresurer) handing over the cheque for £100.00p(all are club members)
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July 2015 the club decided to raise money this year for Parkinson's UK North Tyneside Branch.
Pictured from left to right David Callum, Gerry Daniel (Treasurer Parkinson’s North Tyneside), Sandy Kinghorn (Club President) handing over the cheque for £201.14p, Stuart Lewis (all are club members)
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July 2014 the club decided to raise money this year for Peary House (Tynemouth Blind Society) one of our members has links with the society.
Pictured are Hellon Farrow (Peary House) Capt Sandy Kinghorn handing over the cheque for £160, rear left to right Gerry Daniel, Joe Mason and David Callum (all club members)
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July 2013 the club decided to raise money this year for the Alzheimer's society as some members have friends or family affected by the disease.
Pictured (Left to Right) are Arther Storey, David Callum, Lance Arkley and Ray Calboutin.
Lance was accepting the £175 cheque for the society as their representative could not attend due to a last minute meeting.
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July 2012 the club decided to raise money this year for the MS society as Harvey Morris one of our members has been affected by the disease for several years.
Harvey, supported by his friend Allen, was chosen to present the cheque £113.65 to Jim McAndrew, treasurer of the North Tyneside branch of Multiple Sclerosis.
The photo right shows (from left to right) Jim McAndrew (Multiple Sclerosis), Harvey Morris & Allen Murray (Cullercoats Men's Club) with other club members in the background.
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2011 the club "Charity Jar" collection was for St Oswald´s Hospice and was handed over to Dorothy Alderton at our meeting on 20th July.
The photo right shows the £100 cheque handover at the club.
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2010 the club "Charity Jar" collection was for Tynemouth Lifeboat and was handed over to Capt Sandy Kinghorn at our meeting of 16th July.
The photo right shows the £87.16p cheque handover by Ron Spokes to Sandy at the club, see our club magazine issue 4 for further details.
2010 Charity Cullercoats Lifeboat.jpg (35265 bytes)
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