Thank you Rob Willis and Tony Fowler for kindly donating Christmas panto tickets to Teddy Treats for local children and families to enjoy a visit to the Devonshire Threatre to see Dick Whittington and his Cat. Out friends at the King's Head in Seaford are always behind us!
In conjunction with PJR Services, GAP Solutions, The Goodall Foundation, Teddy Treats has contributed £350.00 to help sponsor 10 under privileged young people giving them the opportunity to take part in Streetfunk for a year! This contribution is already benefiting a child's dance journey for a whole year.
The fantastic Seaford RFC now have the Teddy Treats logo displayed on the arm of thier offical kit. This is a great opportunity for more people to find out about the charity and the work that we are doing. They might be tough guys but they are also big softies - thank you all so much for your support.
Exciting times as Teddy Treats Children's Charity expands to Brighton helping young people and families. This would not be possible without the ongoing generoisty of our loyal supporters - thank you!
A big massive thank you to Shoreline Accountants for offering to help and support us with our accounts. We are only a small charity but the accounts are still pretty complex and these lovely people are helping us a donation.
A big thank you to Rob Willis for organising a day of music and food to celebrate the Bank Holiday and raising money for Teddy Treats. They raised an incredible £837 for us which is just amazing.
Nothing feels better knowing we at Teddy Treats Children's Charity have managed to organise a trip to Harry Potter studios for a family who really deserve a treat. Special thank you to Seaford Lions Rugby club for providing transport
We are excited after the first idea meeting with the very talented childrens author and illustrator Tammy Clark Knight. It's finally time for Teddy Treats Children's Charity to publish their first ever children's book for primary school children on bullying. Watch this space .... title Brianna Bear
An awesome day of fun and sport in memory of Brianna as her family and community continue to fundraise towards their goal of raising £10,000. Thanks again to Gwen and Andrew Cambridge for another £1,000.00 donation to Teddy Treats.
Thank you to Forward Facing for sharing spaces at the incredible Memory Making Day at the Brighton Dome. What a fantastic treat including dress up, make up, face painting, a photo booth, popcorn and candy floss!