In memory of Freddie Appleyard.
A website to help disabled children and their families.

How you can help

If you feel that you would like to help in any way, by making a donation, helping at any of our events, or in any other way, please contact us. Thankyou x

This year we have raised a brilliant £5787.50. Thank you to all who have helped and donated this year. Your continued support is much appreciated. A special thanks to the following.

  • Unique Hair, Hessle

    Who donated £45. Many thanks x

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    The Humber Bridge Half Marathon - Seconds Out Gym boxers.

    The Humber Bridge Half Marathon

    Seconds Out Gym boxers

    Sarah Sellers and Marianne Cuthill: £265.00 raised running the Humber Bridge Half Marathon, well done xx

  • Stadium Charitable Trust

    Kindly donated £1000.00. Many thanks.

  • Howden's Joinery

    Sponsored Tony O'Loughlin £200 for his white collar fight.

  • Tony O'Loughlin

    Who raised a fantastic £300 for his prize fighter bout.

  • Aimee Barlow running for Freddie

    Aimee Barlow

    Who raised £115.00 in her sponsored run.

  • Clarke Middleton

  • Marc Cooper and St Mary's College

    Donating £136.75. Thank you xx

  • Seconds out gym boxers

    Jimmy Phelan/Seconds out gym

    Our good friend Jimmy for his continued support. Another £985.00!!

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    Kenny, Becca, Amber, Bella and Jack from Operation Lifestyle

    Kenny, Becca, Amber, Bella and Jack from Operation Lifestyle

    During the Summer of 2011, the Lifestyle Team, ‘Born this way’ held raffles, walked across the Humber Bridge, had a teddy bears picnics, sold buns and much much more to raise funds for Freddie's Friends and the TAR syndrome (a rare disorder which Becca, one of the team, has). They raised £540 for Freddie's Friends, a absolutely massive amount, and we are so grateful. Rachel went to visit the team to present them with some thank you medals and some sweets. Thank you guys, you are all brilliant !!!

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    Eliza, Belle, Joe, Jack, Conner, Nathan and Liam

    Hull Kingston Rovers

    On 10th September Hull KR played Castleford in the last home game of the season. They kindly allowed us to have a bucket collection at the ground before the game. We raised a fantastic £639.40. Thank you to all who helped: Rich, Jacquie and Oli Painter, Charlie Cade, Eliza and Belle Hudgell, Liam Griffin, Nathan Kitching, Jack Sanderson, Conner Davidson, Joe Garwell of East Hull ARLFC, Sarah Smith and of course Joe Appleyard. Rovers won as well which made the day all the better!

  • Jake Webster in his t-shirt

    Hull Kingston Rovers

    On Saturday 17th September Hull KR played Catalan Dragons in France in the play off eliminator - This was screened live on SKY TV and the players warmed up in Freddies Friends t-shirts, and we even got a mention by Eddie Hemmings which was fantastic!! Thank you to Sarah Smith at Hull Kr for organising this, for the players for looking amazing with gorgeous freddie on their shirts, unfortunately he never brought them any luck, but there's always next year!!

  • Anlaby Acre Heads Primary School

    Kindly donated £205.00 from their toy sale/sponsored run, well done!!

  • Elly May Peacock

    brilliant £105.00 fron various events x

  • The Kees De Groot Family

    And all who proudly wear our wristbands !

  • Rachel receiving the award for Andy Rees and Katie Hesaltine

    Spirit of Christmas Award

    We are delighted to announce that we have been awarded the 2011 Spirit of Christmas Award. Katie Hesaltine from KIDS nominated us for the award, organised by EMS Hull, and we won!

    Thank you to Katie for supporting Freddies charity, Andy Rees at EMS and also to Robin at Preston Road Co-operative for donating the lovely gifts.

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    East Hull and Bradford Dudley Hill

    The Freddie Appleyard Memorial Cup

    On Saturday 3rd September 2011 Joe's East Hull Under 14's team travelled to Bradford Dudley Hill to play the second match in a 3 match series for the Freddie Appleyard memorial Cup. After winning the first game 28 - 24, East Hull could have won the cup that day, but Bradford dug in and came away with a 24 - 16 victory. The teams will meet again for the deciding match. Details to follow!

    Thankyou to all at Dudley Hill who gave us a warm welcome, and donated £80 to freddies friends, which they got from a raffle and a bus stop.

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    Nooley selling the lovely cupcakes

    Charity Night, Crown, 7th May 2011