JAM Fund treasurer (and Jamie's Grandad) Gary
Wilks was pleased to be able to hand over two laptops
to brothers Jack and Lewis Bird from Yorkshire.( April
2011) Seen in the pictures are 15 yr old Jack with his
silver Apple Mac and 9 year old Lewis with his red Dell,
looking pleased with their new gifts. Thank
you to everyone both in Wales and Yorkshire who support
the charity and help us donate gifts like these to very
deserving children throughout the UK.....
to February 2011, the JAM Fund has donated the following
gifts and items. This is due entirely to your support,
so thank you on behalf of the hundreds of children you
have helped so far.
established in March 2005."
donated to LATCH and
the children it supports at the children's cancer unit
in Cardiff Children's Hospital for Wales
to Children with Leukaemia (Great Ormond
£55,000 so far Purchase/Installation
and running of the JAMIE ADAMSON STATIC
CARAVAN offered free of charge to children
suffering from life threatening illness and their families,
and also bereaved families.
to purchase a wheelchair adapted minibus for Martin
House Childrens Hospice.
£Tens of thousands
to individual children for gifts, holidays, medical
support and equipment
to six children's wards at University Hospital Wales
(Cardiff) Paediatric Intensive Care, High Dependency,
Special Baby unit, Cystic Fibrosis unit, Kidney Unit
and Cardiac Ward.
Each Ward chose the equipment it needed most for the
sum and The JAM Fund was pleased to make a small difference.
blood pressure monitors, nebulisers, heated mattresses,
fibre optic sensory equipment, Television/DVD combinations,
Fridge, hand held electronic toys, books, and electronic
games, INR blood metering machines, specialist weighscales
and low flow oxygen monitors
given to the Cardiff Community nursing team and put
towards specialist sensory equipment for eight children
and three special schools in the Cardiff and Vale of
donated to Leeds Children's hospital for two masimo
monitors" (to help diagnose ailments in children
and babies without invasive surgery)
donated towards the costs of three children travelling
to the USA for specialist treatments.
DETAILS OF THESE AND OTHER DONATIONS WE HAVE BEEN ABLE
TO MAKE WITH YOUR HELP, PLEASE SEE THE GUESTBOOK COMMENTS
ON OUR HOME PAGE, WHERE CHILDREN, SCHOOLS AND HOSPITAL
WARDS HAVE LEFT MANY MESSAGES OF THANKS.
The JAM FUND board (six trustee members all unpaid volunteers
with no hidden costs or agendas.) We are governed by
the UK charity commission as a registered charity. reg