Year: 2022 Newlife News

GET YOUR JUBILEE TEA PARTY STARTED!

Apr 2022

As the Queen’s Jubilee approaches, Newlife the Charity for Disabled Children is inviting everyone to host their own royal tea party, raising vital funds to help support disabled and terminally ill children across the UK. The Jubilee is a great excuse to bring your friends, family, neighbours or co...

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NEWLIFE CEO AND CO-FOUNDER RETIRES AFTER 30 YEARS OF SERVICE TO DISABLED CHILDREN

Apr 2022

More than thirty years after co-founding Newlife the Charity for Disabled children, Sheila Brown OBE has retired as its CEO, along with her husband Colin, director of the charity’s Commercial business....

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DISABLED CHILDREN’S CHARITY ISSUES URGENT APPEAL FOR SOUTH EAST

Feb 2022

A children’s disability charity is urgently appealing for help to fund vital disability equipment for 41 children across the South East on their waiting list for help totalling almost £52,000.Newlife the Cha...

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FAMILY MAKE MEMORIES TO TREASURE WITH NEWLIFE PLAY THERAPY PODS

Feb 2022

Rugeley brothers who have the same incredibly rare neurological condition which means their life expectancy is just ten-years-old, have been able to play together and make memories for their family to treasure, thanks to the Play Therapy Pod service run by Newlife the Charity for Disabled Children ...

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NEWLIFE COMES TO NEWPORT

Feb 2022

A new fashion store is set to open its doors in Newport, giving bargain lovers the chance to grab high street brands at hugely discounted prices, all while helping a charity support disabled children in need. Newlife the Charity for Disabled Children will be opening its first store in Wales in Unit ...

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NEWLIFE CEO IN PODCAST SERIES

Jan 2022

Sheila Brown CEO and Co-founder of Newlife is being featured as part of the CEO Stories podcast, launched by Great Birmingham Chamber of Commerce, which takes a look at some of the regions established and up-and-coming CEOs. Hosted by Henrietta Brealey, who became the youngest CEO in the Chamber’s...

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