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).
In our Silver Jubilee Year POWER PLEAS set a target of raising £25,000 and helping 25 children with their mobility needs. We would like to say thank you to all those people that have made this possible by working as volunteers for us at this special time.
Wolves fans are being asked to dig deep to help local youngsters during a pre-match collection ahead of Saturday’s game with Huddersfield. Tettenhall Rotary’s Club annual collection is once again taking place in aid of POWER PLEAS.
The Lady Taverners and POWER PLEAS provide Penn Hall School’s Outreach Club with sports wheelchairs for playing basketball and other sports.
POWER PLEAS were proud finalists at the Morgan Foundation Entrepreneur Awards 2012, held at a glittering Gala Dinner at Carden Park Hotel, Chester on Thursday 15th November.
We are thrilled to announce that we have received £5000 from Lloyds Banking Group Community Fund as a result of winning their ballot linked to the London Olympics.
As part of it’s 25th Birthday celebrations in September, POWER PLEAS has pledged to provide mobility aids for 25 more children to celebrate its past and meet some present needs of young Wolverhampton people.
As part of our publicity for the Lloyds TSB grant vote Wolves Captain Karl Henry and goalkeeper Wayne Hennessy joined with Harry Bowen, who has received an adapted trike form POWER PLEAS, at the Wolves Training Ground at Compton yesterday (23rd August).