Immunodeficiency UK supporters Lesa Ingleston, Michael Ingleston, Kathleen Ingleston and Cecil Aitken raised £200 from a car boot sale at St Marks Church of Ireland, Ballymacash, Lisburn on 13th August 2022.
Michael, who is our Patient Representative Panel member in Northern Ireland, said ‘The sunny weather must have put people in a generous mood – some parishioners came and made donations without buying anything at all. It was a great opportunity to have a clear out, raise some money and spread the word about our charity. ‘
Particular thanks goes to Elizabeth Aitken, a talented sewer who donated some of her beautiful creations for sale.
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