We want to say a big thank you to mtn-i for once again choosing to support The CATS Foundation during their MTN Showcase & Awards! We had a brilliant night at the event where the charity was invited to share the most recent work the charity has been doing. This year, Â£6, 000 was raised and it was split between The CATS Foundation and Free To Be We want to sa ...[Read More]
We are delighted that The CATS Foundation was chosen as one of the charities to benefit from the Co-op's Local Community Fund! The charity is benefiting fro 1% of sales from the Co-op store in Charlton in London and we were invited in to meet some customers on Saturday 21st January.
We want to say a big thank you to mtn-i for choosing to support The CATS Foundation during their MTN Showcase & Awards! We had a brilliant night at the event where the charity was invited to share the story of the charity where we played a video that had been produced. The event was a huge success and a lot or money was raised for us! Photos
On the 17th July The CATS Foundation held its 4th Golf Day at Stock Brook Manor! The event was a huge success and raised a lot of money for the charity cheap propecia whilst also raising awareness of the conditions. Photos Some photos of the event can be found below and on our Flickr page here.
At the end of July 2014 the WBA Supporters Golf Society held a golf day for The CATS Foundation to raise funds for the charity.
On Saturday 20th September The CATS Foundation will be holding its Day of Hope walk in Cardiff to raise awareness of Tay-Sachs and Sandhoff disease.
Do you have what it takes to be the inaugural CATS Foundation Premier Fantasy Football league manager of the year? Whether you're a regular player or fancy having a go for the first time, you are invited to join the league.
On the 20th June 2014 our 3rd Annual Charity Golf day was held at Langdon Hills Golf Club in Essex where over 100 people came to play a round of golf and to support The CATS Foundation.
"Rings in the Shingle" is a beautiful book of poetry and photography which has been dedicated to a little girl called Isabella who suffers from Tay-Sachs. Half the profits from the sale of the book will be going towards The CATS Foundation.