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Wedding anniversary raises moneyWednesday, September 06, 2017
Author gives all proceeds of his first book the chargeWednesday, September 06, 2017
New author gives all proceeds of his first book the charge this book was written by a family member …
Charge Family Day London 2017Tuesday, August 08, 2017
the family days are an occasion where parents can relax and socialise while their children explore l…
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Stroud News and JournalInspirational deafblind musician Adam Michael, 19, from Stroud wins national awardStroud News and JournalA DEAFBLIND musician from Stroud has been named 'Young Person of the Year' by national disability charity, Sense. Adam Michael, 19, was awarded the honour for his contribution to the deafblind community and his determination to live life to the max, ...
Daily MailQUIDS FOR KIDS: Make a desperately ill child's Christmas wish come true... with your old £1 coins: Daily Mail ...Daily MailGeorge, 15 (pictured above), from Redditch has CHARGE syndrome, a genetic condition that causes developmental delay, deafness, sight defects and autism. But nothing could hide his joy when Make-A-Wish Foundation UK arranged a trip to the factory ...
Birmingham Business JournalIn Photos: Scenes from the 2017 Kinetic Cup Rooftop Golf TournamentBirmingham Business JournalThe third annual Kinetic Cup Rooftop Golf Tournament benefiting the CHARGE Syndrome Foundation was held Oct. 5 at Kinetic. The always-hilarious Michael Eady and Michael McGreevey rocked the ESPN-style mics and a good time was had by all.
the Irish NewsFirst of its kind nursery provides specialist day care for kids with complex needsthe Irish NewsCurrently caring for children who are blind, deaf, have cerebral palsy, charge syndrome, speech and language delays, Nana G's is registered with social services for 12 children a day, including three children who don't have any particular medical needs.
Centre Daily Times'Monster hunters' descend on Black MoCentre Daily Times... crawling through obstacles — and a giant mud pit — to escape and defeat the “monsters.” This year's race benefited Violet Lucas, a one-year-old Osceola Mills girl who was diagnosed with CHARGE syndrome, which affects multiple systems in the body.