Assembly to update Nightingale Primary School

Dan Lewi and some of the children of Nightingale Primary School

On Wednesday 12th September THE CATS FOUNDATION was invited back by Nighingale Primary School to give an update on the charities work. We gave a short presentation during the school assembly highlighting how the money raised by the school had helped the children affected by Tay-Sachs. We also showed them some pictures of other events which had taken place for THE CATS FOUNDATION.

Dan Lewi and some of the children of Nightingale Primary School

We also took this opportunity to introduce a competition which we are holding at Nightingale Primary School. We have asked the children to all design a season greeting card where we will be selecting a winner from each year group. We will also have an overall winner who will get their design printed on the official charity greeting card! These will go on sale later this year and all proceeds will go towards THE CATS FOUNDATION! We will be providing more information on this at a later date.

We would like to say thank you to all the children and staff at Nightingale Primary School for taking part in the assembly and we are looking forward to choosing the winners in the card design compeition!

Daniel is the father of a little girl called Amelie who was diagnosed with Tay-Sachs in March 2011 when she was 15 months old. After slowly coming to terms with what the future held, Daniel, his wife Patricia and their friends started THE CATS FOUNDATION to raise awareness of the disease and to provide fund raising opportunities so that a potential treatment can be found.

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