On Thursday 20th January 2017 Darren Langston died peacefully at his flat. Darren was a committee member of POWER PLEAS and a great fund-raiser for the charity at our annual Wolves collections.
It is with deepest sadness that we heard today that we have lost a true friend of this charity. Baroness Heyhoe Flint, known to us as Rachael, and our Patron, was our greatest supporter.
Wolverhampton Mountain Biker Joe Deans cycled 38 gruelling miles across the Isle of Man in the “End to End” mountain bike challenge in September and raised £210 for the Wolverhampton wheelchair charity POWER PLEAS to go towards a trike for a disabled child.
POWER PLEAS are proud to announce we have been selected to receive funding from the Co-op Local Community Fund. But we need your help.
When Wolverhampton resident Joe Deans heard from his colleague Sarah Padfield how the acquisition of a specially designed Trike had changed the life of her disabled son James and the whole family, he decided to use his own cycling skills to help support Sarah’s Appeal to raise money for another child.
A £16,000 boost for Wolverhampton Wheelchair Sports Club to buy 10 Sports Wheelchairs for local youngsters was celebrated at Molineux Stadium on Saturday April 23rd 2016.
Wolves staff and players will give their support to the 22nd pre-match collection for local wheelchair charity POWER PLEAS, at the game with Huddersfield Town on Saturday 3 October 2015 (12:30pm).
Wolves’ Vice President Baroness Rachael Heyhoe-Flint was joined on Tuesday night by Major Sylvia Parkin, Deputy Lieutenant for West Midlands, to make a special half-time presentation to POWER PLEAS of The Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service.
Wolverhampton wheelchair charity POWER PLEAS is today honoured to receive the Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service.
Wolves staff and players will give their support to the TWENTIETH pre-match collection for local wheelchair charity POWER PLEAS at the game with Rotherham on Good Friday (18 April at 3pm).