What a wonderful event this was for Help at Home Costa Blanca, we all gathered at Drivers bar in Villamartin for an evening of fun , laughter and intrigue on Monday 17th June 2019
During the wedding meal one of the wedding guests clutched at her throat and collapsed to be pronounced dead at the scene.
Who was the culprit?. The local policeman came to investigate and many of the guests asked questions to which the top table could only reply YES or NO !!
After a thorough investigation and everyone who attended the wedding had tried to solve this mystery a guests found a note in the murder lady’s bag. She had poisoned herself ! One guests was correct and won the prize.
It was so much fun and Barry the Groom’s Dad, made everyone laugh so much.
Once all the money from the auction and raffle and ticket sales was counted we had raised 1,000Euro for Adiem the House they are extending, we are helping to raise 10,000 Euro toward the 18,000Euro they need for their extension for people with mental health problems in our community.
We cannot express how proud we are of the efforts of our volunteers and our supporters who helped us raise over 10,000€ to purchase 7 defibrillators for the local community.
We were contacted by the local police force who told us one of the 5 defibrillators we donated to the Orihuela Costa Police cars -was used by the local police the other day to save a man’s life.
The incident was the first where these life saving machine were put to the test.
The police were trained by the Red Cross to operate the device which Help at Home donated to them.
Karen Palmer, Joan Bennett & Heather Meston have decided to fufill a bucket list item and walk the last part of The Camino de Santiago from Sarria to Santiago hiking with backpacks for at least 116km over 8 days.
PLEASE follow our blog ‘Camino Girls Walk for Help at Home Costa Blanca’ to see our daily trials then head straight back here to DONATE HERE to help support HELP AT HOME COSTA BLANCA, whose Volunteers are Caring for Our Community in our Community on the Costa Blanca.
Our volunteers offer short term support and assistance for people of all ages in their own homes. – Transport to Medical Centres – Respite Care – Home Help – Shopping – Companionship / Befriending – Advice on Social Services and Welfare Benefits
See our Facebook page – Help at Home Costa Blanca to find out more.
100% of funds raised here will be donated with confirmation in the press and posting of official receipt at the end of this challenge.
We are so grateful for these brave, intrepid ladies choosing Help at Home Costa Blanca as their nominated charity-from the left we have Heather, then Karen and Joan in the back ground next to our sign from our HAHCB Quesada branch are our angels Joan and Jacky.
We wish them the best of luck and ask all our supporters to please donate to support these amazing ladies on their adventure!
Carmen Perez President and Sheila Rowell Chief Welfare Officer, represented Help at Home Costa Blanca Charity today to receive a Diploma de Honor at the Cruz Roja awards day in Altea.
This is wonderful to receive this award as we helped fund a new ambulance for the Red Cross an d then we also raised funds for 6 defibrillators and gave one to the ambulance.
With the help and support of all our volunteers and local venues including most importantly the Emerald Isle who host many of our events, Sunshine FM who compere and Stevie Spit who works tirelessly for all the charities in the Orihuela Costa.
Carmen Perez ( Our President ) and Jordi Mauri Sole ( legal adviser) represented Help at Home Costa Blanca charity at the British Ambassadors leaving function in Alicante last night. ( 22 May 2019)
Photo also shows Carmen with Marion Smith of Huntingdon’s charity.
We work closely with the British Consulate helping people in our community .