Our foundation has received major backing from The Customs House in South Shields. We have been chosen as the arts venue’s charity partner for the 2017-18 pantomime season, which will see audiences raise funds for our unique charity.
Last year’s partner was children’s charity the NSPCC, which received a record-breaking total of more than £10,000 as it marked the 30th anniversary of its counselling service Childline. The funds raised for will allow us to continue to support the parents of seriously ill children with life-limiting conditions, who need constant care or specialist nursing facilities.
“We are absolutely delighted that our foundation has been selected by The Customs House to be their chosen charity throughout the pantomime season, such an amazing opportunity for us!” Sarah Cookson Trustee and Founder of The Charlie Cookson Foundation
Thank you to Ray Spencer and to the Customs House for choosing our foundation.
To read more please follow the link to the Shields Gazette story;