Richard Bacon MP, ELoH patron, wrote in the November edition of Total Politics Magazine, about his and Victoria Bacon’s trip to Tanzania in the summer, 2011. They went to see the wonderful work of Friends of the Children of Tanzania (FoCT), that ELoH is supporting to establish a Limb Centre and Mobile Outreach programme for amputee children in […]
On Friday 7th October 2011, ELoH founder Sarah Hope, coordinator Rebecca Newsom, and Sarah’s three children, Barnaby, Sapphire and Pollyanna, were interviewed about the charity on ITV London Tonight. Sarah and Rebecca talked about ELoH’s mission and our current projects, and the children talked about Barnaby’s amazing fundraising efforts.
On Sunday 9th October 2011, Barnaby Hope and 9 of his school friends ran their fastest to raise over £11,000 for ELoH. Barnaby is the son of two of the charity’s founders, Sarah and Christopher Hope.The 10 boys raced alongside hundreds of others in the Royal Parks Foundation’s Pulse 3K run in Hyde Park. They were […]
On 7th October 2011, ELoH Trustee Victoria Bacon visited Pulham Market Primary School in Norfolk to talk to the children about our work and how we are helping hundreds of young people who have lost their limbs. ELoH is passionate about inspiring children in the UK to raise money to support other children across the […]
In August 2011, Elizabeth’s Legacy of Hope Patron, Richard Bacon, and Trustee, Victoria Bacon, visited the Jaipur Limb Centre in Kagera, Tanzania – the first project which the charity is supporting to help limbless children abroad. Watch a video made by Victoria about the trip, uploaded on the BBC News website on 18th September. You […]
The Evening Standard published a lovely article about ELoH: 22nd September 2011, page 32