Causeway Chronicle

Office charity for 2023 is Necrotising Enterocolitis, UK, (NEC)

Maurice Bradley, MLA, has launched his staff annual Christmas Charity Raffle.

Each year my office selects a charity for a Christmas raffle and this year, in memory of my Office Manager, Adele Tomb’s grand daughter, Delilah-Rose, who sadly passed away at one week old, we have chosen the charity Necrotising Enterocolitis, UK, (NEC),

Every year in the UK up to 3,000 babies develop a serious condition called Necrotising Enterocolitis, (NEC), this illness strikes with no warning and can result in babies developing long term health problems. Some babies sadly are unable to fight the infection and pass away. 

NEC UK funds vital research into the condition and supports families who have been affected. 

We are asking you to support this very worthy cause this Christmas by buying a square in our raffle. We have three hampers up for grabs and each square is only £1.

All monies realised will be donated to Necrotising Enterocolitis, (NEC). We have other fund-raising efforts planned and hope to raise much needed funds from the charity in memory of Delilah-Rose.


Maurice Bradley