We will post forthcoming events which we hope you will wish to support us with, together with updates on recent events.
6 months since I started to raise money for The Ripple Effect there is another crisis. Ukraine need our support so I have made the decision to close this page to transfer funds to the charity sooner. There is already great need for aid for people arriving in the country and without your donations this would not be possible. Aid donations are greatly received. If anyone can donate anything else to this page it would help so much! 1272km completed and a long way to go so I will continue to post updates through The Ripple Effect website. Thank you
Joanne has now done the second part of her challenge, when she had her hair shaven to raise awareness of the plight of refugee women and she is donating her hair to The Little Princess Trust. About the Little Princess Trust (littleprincesses.org.uk)
Please keep donating as she is also still doing her walking.
walking back after walking kids to school,
all helps towards my end goal.
Joanne started her challenge on 1st September and during September
has completed 51.5 km = 32 miles.
All donations welcome, £5 is a good amount and helps the cause.
you can see more information on just giving page.
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Joanne Vallance Davies is raising money for the Ripple effect to help support refugees by walking/running the distance from Kabul to Liverpool (5,868 k = 3,646 miles).
In addition to this she is also shaving her head to symbolise freedom, something which the women of Kabul no longer have. She is donating her hair to The Little Princess Trust as not to waste it.
Joanne is a mum of 4 from Liverpool she is currently on maternity leave, so a full time mum at the moment. When in work she is a Residential Childcare officer for Knowsley Council.
Help to raise money by logging onto her page on the just giving web site and leave a donation.
click on photo to go to Just Giving page.
Thanks to everyone who supported our fund raising event last night. A great night featuring the band "Last Bus", the great organist Peter Jetson and not to be forgotten, Debrina Tierney with her line dancing friends.
Everyone who attended contributed to it being the success it was.
It was brilliant to see so many people enjoying themselves and raising funds for such a good cause.
Thanks also to The Ship Hotel for providing the bar. Everything was excellent.
Once again we had a very successful fashion show.
We would like to thank everyone involved for helping us to make it such a great success.
We hope that once the Lockdown is over we may be able to hold another one maybe in 2022?
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