Blooming Great Afternoon Tea event Sunday 10th December 2017
2.30pm – 5.30pm
Enjoy a delightful fundraising afternoon with friends, treat yourself to a fancy tea with prosecco on arrival, followed by some delicious cakes, scones and sandwiches.
Powers restaurant Cafe on Oatlands Drive Weybridge Surrey have kindly donated their premises to hold a Blooming Great Afternoon fundrasing Tea event, hosted by Emerson’s fairy god-mothers to raise much needed funds for Emerson Grant.
SUNDAY 10TH DECEMBER 2017
2.30PM – 5.30PM
POWERS RESTAURANT CAFE, 140 Oatlands Drive, Weybridge, Surrey, KT13 9HJ
£20.00 per person includes a glass of prosecco
This is a ticket only event and all proceeds will be donated to Emerson Grant fundraising page.
The 300 Challenge
100 people to raise £100 each in 100 days
As most of you will know on 15th August 2016, our son Emerson Grant was diagnosed with an arachnoid cyst on his spine this resulted in him becoming paralysed, diagnosed with – A spinal cord injury – Tetraplegia incomplete.
So our new journey had begun.
We spent the following months in a number of hospitals stabilising Emerson and getting to grips with his new baseline.
We didn’t realise at the time just how many times we would visit them forever revolving doors, just how many sleepless nights we would spend watching, hoping, praying and just how many additional complications were to come with life after a spinal cord injury.
We also didn’t realise just how much we would need to rely on charitable support, having to rely on one income but with so much additional costs to bare, family, family friends, friends, and friends of friends, local and from afar in fact all points of the globe have come together to support our journey, it’s truly been amazing and without your support we wouldn’t be where we are today.
However, our daily hurdles continue, and we are challenged every day to face each battle full on for our #braveboy. He shows such determination in his daily trials, all with a smile on his face, defying the professionals who say “to young for that sir”!!!
We choose today 11th November 2017 launch The 300 Challenge because this is the day we were discharged from hospital. The day our life’s began living with a child with a Spinal Cord Injury.
We need your help!
We need 100 people, businesses or groups to help us achieve our spring board for 2018.
Whilst the ever emerging cyst has held us back over the last 12 months, we now need to ensure Emerson’s strength and progress is maintained, so that he has the best chance of recovery after his future surgeries.
We have two goals – the purchase of a FES bike and the funding of specialist therapy in America.
These are both beyond the £10k target of The 300 Challenge, however we plan to use this as a foundation to kick start the fundraising and raise more funds through the early part of 2018.
So here it is, as simple as it gets:
The 300 Challenge
We need 100 People
To raise £100 each
In 100 days
So get your buckets out, Christmas carols anyone, how about getting your local butcher involved, Coffee and Christmas cake morning or how about just getting a fiver off 20 of your mates.
We find it strange being the other side of the charity bucket, we’ve always been givers, not receivers, times change and we now have to step up to the plate, everyone has been truly amazing and we are so blessed to have so much support and love around us.
Thank you all for everything and we hope you enjoy taking part in The 300 Challenge. Please let us know you will be taking part so we can post and share and show your support via this page xx
#the300challenge #emersongrant2014 #arachnoidcyst #spinalcordinjury
Thank you to those showing as “going” and “interested” if you could PM me your email, I can send you some posters that you can print off to kick start #the300challenge
Thanks for you continued support 💪 xx
Get in touch via email: email@example.com or call 07949 506473
Yorkshire three peaks challenge
on November 14th 2016
Kelly Worthington (Emerson’s cousin) and her partner Adam are fundraising for Emerson to raise as much money as possible to help fund towards Emerson’s rehabilitation and equipment costs. They will be taking part in #threepeakschallenge Climbing Pen-y-Ghent, Whernside & Ingleborough
The challenge consists of over 24 miles of walking and 5200ft of climbing
They have set up a JustGiving page and will be over whelmed if they reach their target of £500.
All contributions will be greatly appreciated & remembered.
We thank everyone for their kind support & donations.
Kelly & Adam xx