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BIG FUN RUN COVENTRY
The Firebird Singers Fundraiser
Posted: August 4th, 2014
Spirit of the Song
I was lucky enough to attend this great concert with Vivienne at Blue Coat Church of England School and Music College, Coventry. We were entertained with uplifting songs by an extremely talented choir led by Musical Director Andrew Smith. Thanks for a wonderful evening and in doing so raising funds for our KPA.
To hear The Firebird Singers in Concert at Christmas and for details of future events please visit their website: http://www.firebirdsingers.org.uk/
Abbie's Skydive Fundraiser
Update:August 4th, 2014
Abbie has safely completed her skydive and in doing so has exceeded her fundraising target of £750. Abbie has raised a whopping £811.00 so far.
Well done Abbie and a great big Thank You from us all!
Posted: February 1, 2014
"On 18th April, I am doing a skydive to raise money for the Coventry and Warwickshire Kidney Patients’ Association.
The CWKPA is a charity very close to my heart; the CWKPA supported my dad from the first time he went into renal failure 20 years ago, through his transplant and continues to support him as he goes into renal failure again." Abbie Bird
"Thank you so much Abbie for fundraising for us and good luck with your skydive. I do hope you enjoy it." Ed.
If you would like to find out more or wish to sponsor Abbie, please visit her Just Giving page: http://www.justgiving.com/Abbie-Bird
Charity Art Exhibition
Posted: December 5, 2013
UK Artists and AMA joined together in November for the first time to organise the charity art exhibition at All Saints Church, Leamington Spa as part of their annual Arts Festival.
“ This is a very belated ‘thank you’ for you, the Warwickshire Artists and the Midland Artists for mounting such a lovely exhibition in All Saints. It was quite humbling to see the range of talent displayed in the church aisles and wonderful to have the opportunity to enjoy the works on show. We are so grateful to you for providing such an important part of our modest Arts Festival weekend – it was great to have so many more people come into church and know that they were going to enjoy such a high quality exhibition. The café reaped the benefits too!”
The exhibition was opened at a private view by National Kidney Federation Advocacy Officer Mark Davis who gave an enlightening speech highlighting the work of the Coventry & Warwickshire Kidney Patients Association & NKF and the facts and his thoughts about organ donation.