Radcliffe Orchestra are performing a Concert in aid of Rosie’s Rainbow Fund, Saturday 9th March 2019 – 7.45pm, at the Tingewick Hall in the John Radcliffe Hospital.
Tickets are £12 (£10 concessions, under 16 free) and include refreshments afterwards; available from the Cairns Library at the John Radcliffe Hospital, and on the door.
Programme: to include Beethoven's 2nd Symphony, and the Mozart Oboe Concerto
We are always touched when we receive donations and have fundraising events that are held on behalf of our charity. We are especially moved when our local schools get involved and the children are a large part of nominating Rosie's Rainbow Fund as their charity to raise funds for.
We are so thankful and extremely grateful for the efforts and generosity for these recent school fundraisers and also in some cases, for naming Rosie's Rainbow Fund as their nominated charity of the year:
A massive thank you to Aiden for his extraordinary bravery and kind heart. Aiden decided 18 months ago to grow his hair to raise money for kids battling cancer and other illnesses.
Last month was Aiden's BIG Haircut at the Waltham St Lawrence Summer Fete and Dog Show. It wasn't an easy journey but knowing that his efforts were going to such a an amazing cause made it all worthwhile. We just love the before and after photos of Aiden - from hair grown to over 12 inches long, to his very trendy new haircut!
Thank you once again to Aiden for choosing to support Rosie's Rainbow Fund!
A dazzling night of magnificent talent, a riotous rainbow of colour, a show touching many hearts and an event to remember. Our Rosies Rainbow Charity Gala concert was the best ever.
"I am beyond delighted and proud to announce that we raised in excess of £12,500 at our Rosie's Rainbow Fund Charity Gala at the Wycombe Swan. We are truly indebted to every single one of you who performed, helped or came to watch our show. I think Rosie would be so proud. Thank you all."
What a brilliant day at the Marlow Dragon Boat Festival on June 17th! We were extremely proud to cheer on the most colourful team on the river. Thank you to all of the Rosie's Rainbow Rowers for your support, hard work and enthusiasm!
The day was filled with an amazing atmosphere with lots of activities and stalls for adults and children. We had a very colourful Rosie's Rainbow Fund stall that included Name the Bear, Face Painting, a Tombola with great prizes, and also our new merchandise as well. All profits raised for all of our events go straight to support our children in hospital and their families.
Join us for a magical evening of Musical Theatre, Song and Dance in aid of a very special local children’s charity. Featuring a host of professional West End Artistes together with young performers from Redroofs School for the Performing Arts and other local talent. All profits will go to Rosie’s Rainbow Fund supporting very sick and disabled children and their families in the local community
The cast includes:
Adam Stafford [Chicago]
Celebrity Guest Lucy Benjamin [Eastenders]
Gina Murray [Hairspray]
Mazz Murray [Mama Mia]
Kevin Cruise [Britain's Got Talent]
More than 250 pupils of Redroofs School for the Performing Arts
A huge congratulations and thank you to two very inspiring participants at yesterday's 2018 London Marathon. Eileen Naughton and Owain White joined over 40,000 people to run the 26.2-mile (42.2km) marathon through the streets of London. Not only was this an extraordinary personal achievement for both runners (raising the challenge with the warmer-than-expected weather conditions), but they also nominated Rosie's Rainbow Fund as their chosen charity for their fundraising efforts. So thank you so very much for supporting us!!
Some photos of our RRF Winners:
Eileen with a huge smile and showing her sparkles after running 26.2 miles!...
We are absolutely thrilled to announce that we were recently chosen by the fantastic MCKS Charitable Foundation UK to receive a very generous £12,500 grant in support of our work! Our founder Carolyn Mayling had the pleasure of attending a cheque presentation with the lovely trustees and volunteers and getting to know these very caring people. We are incredibly grateful to the MCKS Charitable Foundation and to all their amazing donors for their generosity and for choosing to support Rosie's Rainbow Fund. Special thanks to Sue Mills and Jay Kotecha for their guidance and kindness these past months! We look forward to our continuing relationship w...
We have exciting news! Rosie's Rainbow Fund has once again been chosen to take part in the Aviva Community Find Awards--which means that we need YOUR help! In order to receive £10,000 in funding for our Support Services for Parent Carers, provided by our amazing aromatherapy massage therapist Amanda Tibbels, we need your votes by 21st November to make it to the Judging Round! Please follow the link below and register to cast your 10 votes for our project, and then SHARE this link with friends, family, and colleagues on Facebook, on Twitter, or via email. These services for parent carers truly make such a massive difference, but we need YOUR help...
Rosie's Rainbow Fund's bereavement counsellor Jenni Thomas, OBE (a leading expert on grief support and education in the UK and founder of Child Bereavement UK) has written an insightful article for the Daily Express discussing child bereavement and her thoughts on the support given to Princes William and Harry by the royal family following the tragic death of their mother, Princess Diana, in 1997. Please follow the link below to read the article.