We will use this page to keep you updated on any past and future events – both talks from the charity and also fundraising events you may want to get involved in! As always, we are so thankful for all of your amazing support. We will keep you updated when we are informed of all money raised.
26th January 2015 – Interview on TV3 Ireland.
Catherine McFerran has travelled to Dublin to give an interview with Ireland AM (TV3) about the dangers of Carbon Monoxide.
22nd December 2014 – Volunteers needed!
Gis A Hug Foundation will be bag packing in Tesco Newtownabbey on Monday 22nd December. If anyone would be willing to show their support, it would be great if you can come along and help – even for an hour. We would be so grateful for your help.
Update: A massive thank you to everyone who contributed to Monday’s bag packing at Tesco Newtownabbey. Thank you to all our kind volunteers, to Tesco and everybody who kindly donated. On the day we were able to raise £1,058.39. Thank you everyone!
19th December – Thank you Translink
Big thank you to the staff of the Finance department Translink for the donation of £240 to Gis A Hug Foundation.
16th October 2014 – Awareness Talk
Thank you to Carrickfergus Methodist M.W.I. for their invitation to come and talk about the dangers of carbon monoxide poisoning. Gis A Hug Foundation donated 30 audible alarms.
21st June 2014 – Aaron’s sister Nicola will be sky diving!
Good luck to Nicola Davidson who is doing a sky dive this Saturday all in aid of raising money and awareness for Gis A Hug Foundation. Big thank you for all your support in promoting the dangers of carbon monoxide poisoning.
5th May 2014 – Belfast Marathon
Well done to all those that ran and walked today’s Belfast Marathon … you are all amazing and we are very grateful for the effort you put into fundraising and raising awareness for the charity.
4th May 2014 – Thank you Emma Lyle!
Gis A Hug Foundation would like to thank Emma Lyle who raised £153.75 (inc gift aid) for Gis A Hug, in the Liverpool 10K on 4th May.
16th March 2014 – Thank you Liam Baxter!
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