News Archive

June

Huge Success at Chestfield Charity Golf Day

What a fantastic day had by all at our most recent annual Chestfield Golf Day.  Held on what turned out to be the hottest day of the year, the cold beers on the course certainly went down a treat.  In fact, they had to be topped up numerous times!

 

Raising Money for Henrys Wonderful Wheelchair

Henry is an 8 year old boy who suffers with a condition called Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy, this is a life limiting condition with most boys only living into there twenties.

May

£15K Raised at Recent Celebrity Attended Event

Wow what a day! Our golf event at the Centurion Club just before the big LIV event, a legend in Glenn Hoddle and a terrific days golf!

 

New Acheeva Learning Station/Bed for School

The Wyvern School in Ashford reached out to Red Eagle Foundation in their efforts to secure funding to buy bespoke learning station/bed for their students.

April

Supportive New Buggy for Arlo

Arlo has Autism and Dysphagia. He had outgrown his pushchair and exceeded the weight and height for normal pushchairs on the market, however still required one to keep him safe when out and about.

 

Levi-Tomi Excited to Receive His New Buggy

Levi-Tomi has autism, adhd and sensory processing disorder with no sense of danger, he is big for his age and had outgrown a standard pushchair therefore requiring a larger specialist pushchair which would provide him with the safe space he needed in order to improve his quality of life.

March

Isabella Gets to Enjoy the Outdoor World Again

Isabella is a 10 year old girl from New Romney who suffers from a number of mental and physical challenges.  It was difficult to get Isabella outside safely which meant long periods inside and not being to enjoy the soutside as a family.

 

Tablet for Interactive Learning for Kaiden

Had a lovely letter from Kaidens school, St Stephens Infant School, which read.

 

Kyle Gets His New Sports Glasses

Kyle is a young lad we have helped before.  He suffers from Autism sensory processing difficulties and also been diagnosed with ADHD.  He loves football and these new prescription sports glasses now allow him to stay active, have fun and burn off that energy!

February

Leilani Gets Life Saving Surgery

So glad we were finally able to meet Leilani today who has just had a successful first operation.

January

Ava-May Gets Her New Supportive Buggy

Three-year-old autistic Ava-May was quickly becoming too big for her existing buggy. She was able to climb out of the straps making it unsafe specially when travelling along the road. Her family doesn’t drive so it is essential that her mum can get Ava-May back and forth to local shops which often takes around 40 mins to walk.

 

New Supportive Bed for Harry

Harry is a 15 year old boy with Autism living in Sittingbourne.  He often spends a lot of time in his bedroom and recently his bed broke under his weight and he had been sleeping on just a mattress.