Joys Of Life Entertainments

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The Annual Sagittarian Ball sponsored by 
RG House Clearance

* 5 COMEDIANS * 3 LIVE PERFORMANCES * 4 ROOMS OF MUSIC *
* 26 DJ's * CARIBBEAN CUISINE ON SALE *

The Annual Black & White Sagittarian Ball!
Celebrating The 50th Birthday Of Simon Chandler!
With Comedy Show & Dance with Live Performances!

We are supporting the following charities at our event..

Wrightchoice Community Sports Association

Wrightchoice Community Sports Association is a voluntary organization based in Reading, Berkshire; founded by Simon St Claire Chandler in 2003. The organization was set up to raise the attainment and achievement of disadvantaged children and young people by providing quality sports training and skills development, and promoting education and healthy living.

The founders and management committee of Wrightchoice are individuals from the local Reading community who have a passion for sport and a recognized expertise in football. Concerned about the continuing lack of attainment and achievement of children in the most deprived wards in Reading, particularly those from the Black and Minority Ethnic (BME) communities, they developed a mini soccer project to provide safe, constructive activities outside of school hours, to use a professional approach to encourage discipline and promote self-confidence. The programme also strives to encourage young people to attain in education, and also teaches them how to look after their bodies. It enables parents to support their child/ren in a healthy and holistic way in step with their natural physical and mental development and promotes a football-life balance.


www.wrightchoicecsa.webs.com

The Paul Canoville Foundation

To ENGAGE, INSPIRE & TO UNITE OUR YOUTH to help them forge a better future for themselves, and with the help of my colleagues who have given me support & idea's, we hope to provide this through the charity which will provide a service to the underachieved, disadvantage young people.

The Paul Canoville foundation was established in 2015 by Paul Canoville and others primarily to meet the needs of young people. Paul is a former Chelsea footballer who has a social conscience and has spent many years touring the country delivering a message of positivity and encouraging children to value education. The core aim of the foundation is to alleviate the effects of poverty and social deprivation wherever we may find it and wherever we can help. One of the effects is the prevalence of young people involved in gangs and violent offending.

Currently, many of these young people feel the word 'community' is an abstract word to them that doesn't include them. They fight over territories that are based on drug income but have no idea of the history of where they live and how to help shape it.


We also help & provide for other charities as well.


www.paulcanovillefoundation.com

 

ACLT - African Caribbean Leukaemia Trust

ACLT is a charity committed to helping provide hope to patients living with blood cancer and other illnesses where a matched donor (stem cell, blood or organ) is required to save a life.  Our work is driven by a belief that no one should die waiting for a donor to become available.

Through our work, we improve odds of finding matches by registering potential donors on mass from all ethnicities, with a focus on donors from the African and Caribbean communities.  This is due to an extreme shortage of African and Caribbean potential donors, signed to all three donor registries.

ACLT also provide support and advice to patients and their families, from diagnosis, throughout treatment, recovery and sadly (in some cases), while supporting the patient and family during ‘end of life,’ – where treatments have not been successful.”

The charity’s underlying ethos is to educate communities across the UK by raising awareness about stem cell, blood and organ donation.


www.aclt.org

Ronald McDonald House Southampton

At Ronald McDonald House Charities we provide free ‘home away from home’ accommodation at specialist children's hospitals across the UK, enabling families to stay close to their child and maintain a degree of normal family life.

The Ronald McDonald House in Southampton is based on the hospital site and has 53 bedrooms to support families with children being treated at Southampton Children’s Hospital and Princess Anne Hospital.

As well as 53 en-suite bedrooms, the House has communal living facilities including kitchens, lounges, playrooms and a laundry room. This enables families to stay close to their child and maintain a degree of normal family life. The House provides families with communal spaces, meaning that they are able to cook meals together as a family or simply take a break from the ward in the living room areas. 

In the last year at Southampton Children’s Hospital over 18,700 children were admitted for treatment and at least 2,400 families had to travel far from home so their child could get the expert care they desperately needed.

Southampton Children’s Hospital and Princess Anne Hospital offer a wide range of diagnosis, treatment and support facilities for children and their parents. These include the Congenital Cardiac Service, which treats heart disorders and defects and the Fetal Medicine Unit, which treats women at high-risk of problematic pregnancies. Other children’s services include the Piam Brown Unit that provides oncology and haematology care, the Paediatric Intensive Care Unit (PICU) and the Neo-natal Intensive Care Unit (NICU).


http://www.rmhc.org.uk/our-houses/southampton/