We’ve enjoyed support from so many people, here are only a few examples … Thank you and we hope you continue to enable us to do our work by your fantastic fundraising efforts.

Charity Calendar raises £1,145

In February 2015, Lyndon Budd sadly passed away from aplastic anaemia. In December last year his wife Andrea and daughter Charlotte produced and sold a calendar and in the process raised £1,145 for The AAT

Charlotte took all the photos while Andrea sold the calendar to family, friends and at church.


Grazina with members of the Lodge

Cheque Presentation

In February, Grazina Berry travelled to Birmingham to meet with members of the ‘Brinsley Sheridan Lodge of the Royal Antediluvian Order of Buffaloes’ and collected a cheque for an amazing £1,300. The Lodge selected The AAT as their Charity of the Year 2017 as a member’s granddaughter was diagnosed with aplastic anaemia when younger.

Although the Lodge is small in number, they certainly make up for it in enthusiasm!


Charity Indoor Market raises £650 for AA Awareness Day

Claire Cross has been a keen supporter of The AAT since her mum Lynne sadly passed away in 2011. In March, in support of our annual Awareness Day, Claire organised an indoor market in Walthamstow with a vegan cake stall, a vegan Spanish food stall, a vintage homewares stall, vintage clothes, ceramic painting, headwear and hair accessories, beauty treatments, face painting, a raffle, jewellery, DJs and a swish (which raised £160 of the money, organised by Craft Guerrilla.)

Claire says “It was a really fun day, very busy probably because the snow had just melted! Looking forward to the next one!”

Adam Cooke

Blackpool Marathon

A HUGE thank you and congratulations to Adam Cooke who smashed the Blackpool Marathon yesterday in 3hrs27m raising £2,000 for the AAT in the process!