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Courage & strength

When we started Charlies-Angel-Centre in 2013, we had plans and a vision, we new what we wanted to achieve, we may have been a little naive at the time not realising the hard work that lay a head, there has been times where one of us or even all of us wanted to quit and walk away, but the one thing that keeps us going is our little man Charlie, he never gave up, he fought hard for his life, he shown courage and strength and even thou he didn't make it he came into our lives for a reason and his legacy will live on


All bereaved parents & families deserve the best care possible, waiting list's shouldn't be a thing and bereavement care should be free, this is why we are here,

July 22nd 2019 saw us open

Charlies-Bereavement-Centre a first of it's kind in Yorkshire, we provide

Home Visits

Bereavement Counselling

Bereavement Packs

Information & Support Via Website

Telephone & Email Support

Community Support Group

Drop In Services

Male Only Social Group

www.Charlies-Angel-Centre.org.uk


With dedication and hard work and so many people's support and fundraising we are very proud of our centre and hope to help as many people as we can, we do still need your help, maintaining our centre does cost money unfortunately so we will continue to fund raise every year, if you would like to help you can go to our website or contact us through any of our social media outlets and we will gladly help you organise your fundraising event.


Our next event is our charity ball & awards on September 14th, we are still looking for a silver and bronze sponsor and we do have a few tickets left which are £35 each or a table of 10 £315, we have been so lucky this year that a few lovely people have agreed to come along to help and support us, Warwick & Sammy Davis, Sandi Bogle and Sandra Martin

Our event is being held at the Marriott hotel in Leeds you can find out more at

https://www.charlies-angel-centre.org.uk/charlies-charity-ball-2019





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