Table Top Sale for KissyPuppy

Table Top Sale for Kissypuppy this Saturday 8th March 2014 from 10am – 2pm at The Salvation Army, Pyle Street, Newport.

Tea, Coffee and Home Made cakes will also be available.

All money raised will be split between their Parent and Toddler Group ad KissyPuppy

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Sophie Rolf was a beautiful, happy, larger than life little girl who, a few months before her 5th birthday, was diagnosed with an inoperable brain tumour. Through all her therapy Sophie showed great courage and a smile that has inspired all of those around her.

Initially we set up ‘KissyPuppy’ as a mechanism to fund raise for Sophie and her family. Sadly Sophie lost her battle at the end of 2013 but KissyPuppy intends to continue to provide support to children on the Isle of Wight suffering from life-shortening conditions and is now KissyPuppy – The Sophie Rolf Trust.

What this devastating process highlighted to Sophie’s family, is the limited healthcare options available for children living or dying from life limiting conditions on the island.

Currently, children from the Isle of Wight travel to Naomi House in Winchester for specialist respite or end of life care, which for Sophie and her family would be a three hour journey each way.

The Earl Mountbatten Hospice (EMH) is an independent charity providing comprehensive end-of-life healthcare for the Isle of Wight community. They support and care for adults living with and dying from a life-limiting illness and they are looking at how they can extend these services to children.

We appreciate the phenomenal support for Sophie and her family from the Community on the Isle of Wight and the wider support we have received. We have been raising funds together with EMH, to create an Island based solution that would support children on the Isle of Wight with life shortening conditions.

The EMH project aims to bring together locally provided and family led palliative care services for children, teenagers and young adults on the Isle of Wight. EMH is working with the Isle of Wight NHS and other local groups, organisations and Island families to make this happen.

Over a period of time a range of services will be developed offering flexible, individualised care and support, in the place of choice, and built around the unique needs of each family. These services will be coordinated centrally, and delivered by a multi-professional team, working together with each family to support their wishes and care choices and will extend to friends and all those involved..

EMH is already setting up a Family Network to bring together Island families who are affected by life shortening conditions and to provide them with help and support through their Information & Support Centre in the John Cheverton Centre.

Donations would be very much appreciated and we thank you for your continued support.

www.justgiving.com/EMH-KissyPuppy

Cake Sale for Kissypuppy at Sophie’s Shop

Cake Sale at Sophie’s Shop on the 22nd February 2014 from 9.30am all in aid of KissyPuppy – The Sophie Rolf Trust. Please come along and support Sophie’s little cousins Chelsea and Jordan’s cake sale. The girls will be in the shop this day selling cakes and are very excited about their fundraising event. Alongside the cake sale they will also be introducing and selling the new ‘Sophie Bear’.

The main Earl Mountbatten Shop will also be having a massive book sale this day also.

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Prince and Princess Ball

Michaela White has been amazing again. This time with a Prince and Princess Ball in aid of KissyPuppy – The Sophie Rolf Trust, Gracie May Fund, Finleys Fund, Chelsea’s Wishes and Katie Baxter Fund.

I’m afraid if you haven’t got tickets yet the event is already Sold Out. A waiting list has been started for tickets that become available (Contact details on the poster) again over the next few weeks due to Non Payment.

If you were lucky enough to get tickets you are going to have a fantastic time.

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Learn Martial Arts and Self Defence in aid of KissyPuppy

Master John Byrne – 6th Dan will be running all of his Martial Arts classes during February free of charge but asking you to donate to KissyPuppy – The Sophie Rolf Trust and on Sunday the 16th February he will be running a ‘Ladies Self Defence Class’ for £10 a head with all proceeds going to KisyPuppy too.

Dates of classes and contact details on the posters.

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Freshwater Co-op collecting for KissyPuppy

Freshwater Coop are fundraising for KissyPuppy on the 18th/19th December with collections tins and buckets, carol singers and a fantastic raffle.

They have lots of raffle prizes from local businesses and some from individuals too including;

A hand made teddy from Joy George at the old post office craft shop F/W worth £35;

Co-Op hamper;

No.7 gift set from Boots;

Time for tea gift set from Honnor and Jeffreys;

Bayliss and Harding gift set from Olly at Teddys Sweet shop;

Cordless kettle from Live Wire;

£10 gift voucher from Hursts;

Scented candle and necklace from Val’s Collectables;

Childrens Colour sticker stamp set from the Cabin;

Set of Outrageous Neons nail varnishes from TLC;

Impulse Shower gift set from Kemkay;

9′ spinner rod from the Tackle Box;

gift voucher from Waves;

a lovely knitted toy elephant,

a calender and diary set,

Yves St Laurent gift set,

children’s jigsaw,

candles,

christmas tealight holders,

christmas hangers,

other christmas prizes from individuals and co-op money donation.

There maybe more at the end but that’s the main ones now.

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50 People to do The Great South Run for Sophie Rolf

Team KissyPuppy – Great South Run 2013 Close to 50 people have signed up for The Great South Run, running, walking or even crawling the 10 miles through Portsmouth and Southsea. Each member of the team will be easy to spot as Sophie’s Uncle Steve has organised bright KissyPuppy vests and Butterfly wings for the team. There is a justgiving page set up specifically for the event so please help us raise as much money as possible for such an important cause. www.justgiving.com/KissyPuppyGSR2013

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Sophie Rolf – Beautiful Butterfly at last years Bestival

Sophie Rolf is a beautiful, happy, larger than life little girl who, a few months before her 5th birthday, was diagnosed with an inoperable brain tumour. She has responded to therapy well and most importantly with courage and a smile that has inspired all of those around her. Unfortunately the prognosis is poor. What this devastating process highlighted to Sophie’s family, is the limited healthcare options available for children living or dying from life limiting conditions on the island. Currently, children from the Isle of Wight travel to Naomi House in Winchester for specialist respite or end of life care, which for Sophie and her family would be a three hour journey each way. The Earl Mountbatten Hospice (EMH) is an independent charity providing comprehensive end-of-life healthcare for the Isle of Wight community. They support and care for adults living with and dying from a life-limiting illness and they are looking at how they can extend these services to children. We appreciate the phenomenal support for Sophie and her family from the Community on the Isle of Wight and the wider support we have received. We would now like to raise funds together with EMH, to create an Island based solution that would support children on the Isle of Wight with life shortening conditions. The EMH project aims to bring together locally provided and family led palliative care services for children, teenagers and young adults on the Isle of Wight. EMH is working with the Isle of Wight NHS and other local groups, organisations and Island families to make this happen. Over a period of time a range of services will be developed offering flexible, individualised care and support, in the place of choice, and built around the unique needs of each family. These services will be coordinated centrally, and delivered by a multi-professional team, working together with each family to support their wishes and care choices and will extend to friends and all those involved.. EMH is already setting up a Family Network to bring together Island families who are affected by life shortening conditions and to provide them with help and support through their Information & Support Centre in the John Cheverton Centre. Donations would be very much appreciated and we thank you for your continued support. www.justgiving.com/KisspyPuppyGSR2013

Sophie Rolf has a new pet

Meg Bhari & Jean Stanton Sophie seems to have a new pet! He is very friendly and been everywhere today with her.. Hmmmm What can I say about you too….. I shall start with Thank you xx

Gemma and Aaron (mum & dad)

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Sophie Rolf is a beautiful, happy, larger than life little girl who, a few months before her 5th birthday, was diagnosed with an inoperable brain tumour. She has responded to therapy well and most importantly with courage and a smile that has inspired all of those around her.

Unfortunately the prognosis is poor. What this devastating process highlighted to Sophie’s family, is the limited healthcare options available for children living or dying from life limiting conditions on the island.

Currently, children from the Isle of Wight travel to Naomi House in Winchester for specialist respite or end of life care, which for Sophie and her family would be a three hour journey each way.

The Earl Mountbatten Hospice (EMH) is an independent charity providing comprehensive end-of-life healthcare for the Isle of Wight community. They support and care for adults living with and dying from a life-limiting illness and they are looking at how they can extend these services to children.

We appreciate the phenomenal support for Sophie and her family from the Community on the Isle of Wight and the wider support we have received. We would now like to raise funds together with EMH, to create an Island based solution that would support children on the Isle of Wight with life shortening conditions.

The EMH project aims to bring together locally provided and family led palliative care services for children, teenagers and young adults on the Isle of Wight. EMH is working with the Isle of Wight NHS and other local groups, organisations and Island families to make this happen.

Over a period of time a range of services will be developed offering flexible, individualised care and support, in the place of choice, and built around the unique needs of each family. These services will be coordinated centrally, and delivered by a multi-professional team, working together with each family to support their wishes and care choices and will extend to friends and all those involved..

EMH is already setting up a Family Network to bring together Island families who are affected by life shortening conditions and to provide them with help and support through their Information & Support Centre in the John Cheverton Centre.

Donations would be very much appreciated and we thank you for your continued support.

www.justgiving.com/EMH-KissyPuppy

Sophie Rolf and her morning bake off with daddy

Sophie and mine’s morning bake-off….a banana loaf! Watch this space to see the finished article…

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Tadaaaa!! Finished article and although a slight error in getting it off the baking paper not a bad effort altogether I would say!!

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My first foray into the world of banana loafs is deemed a success…..in no small part thanks to Sophie’s skills with a whisk!!

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Sophie Rolf is a beautiful, happy, larger than life little girl who, a few months before her 5th birthday, was diagnosed with an inoperable brain tumour. She has responded to therapy well and most importantly with courage and a smile that has inspired all of those around her.

Unfortunately the prognosis is poor. What this devastating process highlighted to Sophie’s family, is the limited healthcare options available for children living or dying from life limiting conditions on the island.

Currently, children from the Isle of Wight travel to Naomi House in Winchester for specialist respite or end of life care, which for Sophie and her family would be a three hour journey each way.

The Earl Mountbatten Hospice (EMH) is an independent charity providing comprehensive end-of-life healthcare for the Isle of Wight community. They support and care for adults living with and dying from a life-limiting illness and they are looking at how they can extend these services to children.

We appreciate the phenomenal support for Sophie and her family from the Community on the Isle of Wight and the wider support we have received. We would now like to raise funds together with EMH, to create an Island based solution that would support children on the Isle of Wight with life shortening conditions.

The EMH project aims to bring together locally provided and family led palliative care services for children, teenagers and young adults on the Isle of Wight. EMH is working with the Isle of Wight NHS and other local groups, organisations and Island families to make this happen.

Over a period of time a range of services will be developed offering flexible, individualised care and support, in the place of choice, and built around the unique needs of each family. These services will be coordinated centrally, and delivered by a multi-professional team, working together with each family to support their wishes and care choices and will extend to friends and all those involved..

EMH is already setting up a Family Network to bring together Island families who are affected by life shortening conditions and to provide them with help and support through their Information & Support Centre in the John Cheverton Centre.

Donations would be very much appreciated and we thank you for your continued support.

www.justgiving.com/EMH-KissyPuppy

Sophie Rolf is magic

Sophie very kindly informing me that her feet have disappeared but luckily she is still able to walk as she is magic…….apparently!!!

Aaron (Dad)

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Sophie Rolf is a beautiful, happy, larger than life little girl who, a few months before her 5th birthday, was diagnosed with an inoperable brain tumour. She has responded to therapy well and most importantly with courage and a smile that has inspired all of those around her.

Unfortunately the prognosis is poor. What this devastating process highlighted to Sophie’s family, is the limited healthcare options available for children living or dying from life limiting conditions on the island.

Currently, children from the Isle of Wight travel to Naomi House in Winchester for specialist respite or end of life care, which for Sophie and her family would be a three hour journey each way.

The Earl Mountbatten Hospice (EMH) is an independent charity providing comprehensive end-of-life healthcare for the Isle of Wight community. They support and care for adults living with and dying from a life-limiting illness and they are looking at how they can extend these services to children.

We appreciate the phenomenal support for Sophie and her family from the Community on the Isle of Wight and the wider support we have received. We would now like to raise funds together with EMH, to create an Island based solution that would support children on the Isle of Wight with life shortening conditions.

The EMH project aims to bring together locally provided and family led palliative care services for children, teenagers and young adults on the Isle of Wight. EMH is working with the Isle of Wight NHS and other local groups, organisations and Island families to make this happen.

Over a period of time a range of services will be developed offering flexible, individualised care and support, in the place of choice, and built around the unique needs of each family. These services will be coordinated centrally, and delivered by a multi-professional team, working together with each family to support their wishes and care choices and will extend to friends and all those involved..

EMH is already setting up a Family Network to bring together Island families who are affected by life shortening conditions and to provide them with help and support through their Information & Support Centre in the John Cheverton Centre.

Donations would be very much appreciated and we thank you for your continued support.

www.justgiving.com/EMH-KissyPuppy

Sophie Rolf and her Princess Garden

A great addition to the Sophie Rolf Princess garden. Amazing work Sheila Hanley

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Sophie Rolf is a beautiful, happy, larger than life little girl who, a few months before her 5th birthday, was diagnosed with an inoperable brain tumour. She has responded to therapy well and most importantly with courage and a smile that has inspired all of those around her.

Unfortunately the prognosis is poor. What this devastating process highlighted to Sophie’s family, is the limited healthcare options available for children living or dying from life limiting conditions on the island.

Currently, children from the Isle of Wight travel to Naomi House in Winchester for specialist respite or end of life care, which for Sophie and her family would be a three hour journey each way.

The Earl Mountbatten Hospice (EMH) is an independent charity providing comprehensive end-of-life healthcare for the Isle of Wight community. They support and care for adults living with and dying from a life-limiting illness and they are looking at how they can extend these services to children.

We appreciate the phenomenal support for Sophie and her family from the Community on the Isle of Wight and the wider support we have received. We would now like to raise funds together with EMH, to create an Island based solution that would support children on the Isle of Wight with life shortening conditions.

The EMH project aims to bring together locally provided and family led palliative care services for children, teenagers and young adults on the Isle of Wight. EMH is working with the Isle of Wight NHS and other local groups, organisations and Island families to make this happen.

Over a period of time a range of services will be developed offering flexible, individualised care and support, in the place of choice, and built around the unique needs of each family. These services will be coordinated centrally, and delivered by a multi-professional team, working together with each family to support their wishes and care choices and will extend to friends and all those involved..

EMH is already setting up a Family Network to bring together Island families who are affected by life shortening conditions and to provide them with help and support through their Information & Support Centre in the John Cheverton Centre.

Donations would be very much appreciated and we thank you for your continued support.

www.justgiving.com/EMH-KissyPuppy