We have an exciting new project for 2024 that we would like you to hear about and perhaps offer your help.
However, before we get into that, we must extend our heartfelt gratitude to The Liberty Management and particularly Adrian Racaru for their unwavering support throughout a challenging year.
Their efforts in creating awareness about the ruthless Neuroblastoma childhood cancer have been exemplary. In addition, all the proceeds from ticket sales were donated to our charity to assist families affected by the disease.
We're so proud to announce that The Liberty Shopping Centre Ice Grotto event raised over £10,000 for Mitchell's Miracles Neuroblastoma Charity
Founder, Kristel said "Mitchell’s Miracles charity is so very grateful to The Liberty management team for their impeccable support, and for choosing our charity to raise donations with their Ice Grotto, to support families of a child with Neuroblastoma childhood cancer.
"We would also like to thank the wonderful community for supporting this magical event.
Again, thanks to the help of Adrian, the talented marketing manager of The Liberty Shopping Centre, and the Great Grotto team, we were able to open the Grotto early for Leila, a brave local girl who has spent an extensive amount of time in the hospital due to Neuroblastoma.
Unfortunately, she has not had many chances to enjoy typical 3-year-old activities. During her visit, Leila had a delightful time meeting Santa and receiving wonderful gifts from Adrian.
We are thrilled to announce our highly anticipated product set to launch in 2024.
The team at Mitchell's Miracles proudly presents the "Bravery Blanket", designed to bring comfort to children undergoing treatment for Neuroblastoma. Our innovative kit consists of a fleece blanket with individual panels that children can personalise by attaching a cotton patch and drawing a picture or writing affirmations. With each treatment, surgery, or procedure, children can add to their blanket, creating a large and comforting fleece wrap.
Our hope is that the "Bravery Blanket" will provide warmth and support to these brave children as they face the challenges of treatment. In addition, the completed blanket will be a treasured memento of their courageous journey.
To support our annual aid efforts for 100 children, we require approximately 200 metres of fleece material to create blanket packs. Additionally, if we secure adequate funding, we hope to offer an extra pack to parents who accompany their children to hospital cancer wards, which can often be chilly due to constant air conditioning required for proper ventilation and preventing the spread of illnesses.
Thus, we are reaching out to manufacturers for fleece material donations and businesses/sponsors for funding support.
To further our cause, we are in need of volunteers who are willing to assist us in our endeavours. If you share our vision and wish to contribute to our efforts, we would be grateful for your help.
Remain watchful to witness the progress of our latest endeavor and do not hesitate to reach out if you possess the means to lend a hand.