FitzRoy supporter Peter Walker tackled an extraordinary challenge on Saturday 19th August and abseiled down the Spinnaker Tower at 92 years of age.
Today we celebrate the inspirational tenacity of our pioneering founder Elizabeth FitzRoy, 60 years on from when she set up our first ever service, Donec in Grayshott, Surrey.
Alice, Alison, Nicola and Tess will be kickstarting their summer by joining our FitzRoy Fun Day next month. On June 25, they will be taking part in a sensory games day to put the fun back into fundraising.
Hayley and Hazel took on the challenge of a lifetime last weekend when they hiked 58km across the Jurassic Coast, all to raise money for Love4Life, our friendship and dating network for autistic people and people with learning disabilities.
A £100,000 project to transform an unused building into a state-of-the-art activity and multi sensory space is underway at our care home in Norfolk.
Our staff have faced the most difficult challenges over the past year and a half. They have worked together tirelessly and bravely to ensure the people we support are kept safe.
It’s less than a week to go now until our Virtual Carol Concert – join us for an evening of Christmas cheer where we’ll be bringing the people we support and staff together from across the country with songs, carols, cracker jokes and Christmas messages.
Thanks to our incredible services and our generous supporters, Team FitzRoy has been around the world in 80 days, and raised £10,500!
Want to make a New Year’s resolution that will push your limits and make a difference? It’s a brand-new decade, why not take the leap and try a new challenge for FitzRoy to kickstart your 2020!