In August 2019, the family of Jaia, who was operated on by Professor Hutchison in 2013 to remove a haemangioma on the bridge of her nose, held a fundraising bake sale for Saving Faces. A selection of delicious food was served including cakes and samosas.
Two commemorative parachute drops for the 75th anniversary of D-Day (6th June 1944) are set to raise essential funds for the National Facial Oral and Oculoplastic Research Centre (NFORC), funded by Saving Faces and its partner the British Association of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons (BAOMS), and Special Forces veterans charity Pilgrim Bandits.
Kat Huggins will be running her first marathon to raise money for Saving Faces on 26th May 2019.
Nick has recently fulfilled a lifelong ambition by publishing his first novel, The Stone of Madness, an urban fantasy/historical thriller. A second book in the series, The Quantum Engine, will be published in 2019. Nick has pledged to donate to Saving Faces for each copy of the book sold. The book is available for purchase on Amazon as an eBook or paperback https://www.amazon.co.uk/-/e/B07K45PSVG
Sarah Furnell was a long-standing researcher at Saving Faces for 7 years having worked on multiple research projects, a major national audit, sang along at 8 Christmas Carol concerts and represented Saving Faces at dozens of conferences. Even now as she embarks on her new adventure, she continues to support Saving Faces.
Huge congratulations and well done to our runner Jennifer Logan who took part in the 38th annual London Marathon for Saving Faces.
On 17th of June, Gwendolen Davis celebrated her 80th birthday by raising funds for Saving Faces! She celebrated in style with a fundraising party at the Queen Elizabeth Public House in Chingford. Seventy guests from 16 different countries were invited to a buffet lunch. The event also coincided with Jo Cox’s husband’s request for the celebration of things we have in common rather than concentrating on our differences.
A group of ex-art students of Somerset College of Art in the 1960’s, decided to hold an exhibition of their work and titled it the ‘Then & Now’ at the CICCIC Gallery. Whilst organising the exhibition, the students were told of the untimely death of Geoff Rigden, an abstract artist and a much admired past student from the 60’s who had died in January 2016.
If you think climbing up Kilimanjaro to Uhuru Peak to raise funds for schools in Africa and head and neck cancer patients is enough, think again!