On 16 September 2017 we held our Inaugural Charity Ball at Hilton, Liverpool. Near 270 guests attended what was a wonderful evening! We have now collected all of the money raised, paid our bills and we are now able to confirm that the evening made a profit of £39,218.13. This exceeded our very best expectations […]
We are delighted to announce that we will be working with Skcin – The Karen Clifford Skin Cancer Charity to roll out its Sun Safe Schools campaign across the Liverpool region. We will be announcing more about this initiative over the next few months. The partnership will see CDF making a substantial investment in educating […]
With the CDF ball fast approaching, we need your support and genorosity….. Even if your not attending our event you can still help by assisting with the following. We are looking for individuals, businesses or organisations to take up space in our official brochure, that will be handed out to all guests on the night […]
On Saturday 13th May the ‘CDF Warriors’ will be undertaking the gruelling challenge of BORN SURVIVOR! Born Survivor is a 30 obstacle course across a 10km in Capesthorne Hall. For those of you who do not know about Born Survivor, the challenge is the brainchild of an ex-Royal Marine Commando and Falklands veteran which will […]
On the 29 April at The Baths Hall in Scunthorpe, Gurinder, Simon and the rest of the team at Rituals held their annual bollywood ball. For the the second year running we are delighted to say that CDF was one of the causes Rituals chose to support, along with Queen Elizabeth High School this year. […]
HMS is an award winning building and maintenance contractor based in the North West. Each year, as part of its CSR Strategy, HMS donate £5 for every compliment their staff receive from customers. The HMS Staff Forum then select charities to which to donate the money raised. This year the Staff Forum very kindly nominated […]
During May, CDF are promoting awareness of #melanomaawareness month. Visit our Facebook and Twitter accounts for more information on melanoma and how you can help protect yourself against the risks. Have a look at some of our awareness images below.
Knowsley Council’s March 2017 monthly dress down day, the wonderful staff at Knowsley Council selected the Clare Daly Foundation as their chosen charity. They managed to raise a fantastic £989 in support of the Foundation. Thank you so much to the staff at Knowsley Council for supporting us, we really do appreciate it.
Here at CDF we always support and admire the fundraising work that other charities do, but theres one event in particular that seems to be getting more and more popular every year and that is the Race for Life which was created by Cancer Research UK. In July 2016, 15 members of Clare’s family the […]
As we prepare to host our ball in September, we are working hard behind the scenes to make this night special. But we need some assistance from you by sending us your favourite pictures of Clare. Please email them over to [email protected] The pictures will form part of our memories tribute to be shown on […]
Are you planning to do any fundraising this year? if so why not do it for us and support the fight against melanoma….. Last year we saw some unbelievable fundraising efforts and we want to do it all again this year and if possible surpass the efforts done so far. So if you are planning […]
Our Inaugural Clare Daly Foundation (CDF) Ball will be held on 16th September 2017 at the Hilton Hotel, Liverpool. We believe our Ball is a fantastic way of raising funds and awareness in our fight against melanoma. If you are interested in attending the ball just […]
A BIG thank you to Solid Sheds and Arcadia Maintenance ltd 👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻 for supporting Foundation at their annual golf day. Here is Clare’s uncle (and trustee) Alex and Auntie Noreen accepting a cheque for £1250 on behalf of the Foundation. Thanks guys 👍🏻
#weareone we were proud to have made our first donation to @TheChristie charity. Hopefully the first of many! #melanoma
Whilst ill, Clare received some excellent nursing care at Whiston, The Christie and from district nurses at home. After Clare passed away her family wanted to give the nurses who cared for Clare a small token of their appreciation. They had the idea of giving the nurses fob watches in Clare’s favourite colour, lilac. After […]
Over-exposure to the sun is known to increase the risk of melanoma. Fake tan is a safe way of getting a nice tan. With that in mind some of Clare’s friends organised a Tanathon on 6th April 2016, just in time for the Grand National! The event was a huge success and extensively covered by […]
In May 2006 the Foundation supported North West Cancer Research’s #suncreamselfie campaign. We encouraged people to get creative with sun cream, post a selfie and nominate their friends. We felt this was a fantastic way of raising awareness during Skin Cancer Awareness Month, whilst having a bit of fun at the same time. You can […]
We have been overwhelmed by the number of people who want to raise awareness of the Foundation and raise funds. Here are some of the fantastic folks who have ran, walked and cycled in aid of the Foundation. If you decide to get active to raise funds please send us a picture and we will […]
On 6th May 2016, a fantastic night was had by all who attended a fundraiser in aid of the Foundation at Holy Angels Social Club in Kirkby, Liverpool. The event was organised by Rosalie Galvin and a number of other amazingly generous people who gave up their time to organise and run the event. We […]
On 29 April 2016, Kevin Paddy Atkinson, took part in the International White Collar Boxing Association event. The IWA (www.iwaboxing.com) is run by Alex Forman, who also runs the Masda Gym in Bootle. Kevin won his fight and over the course of April raised an amazing £5600 for the Foundation.