Welcome to The Oliver King Foundation,
Our foundation has been set up in the name of Oliver King, a 12 year old who sadly passed away because of SADS.
Our aim is to try and raise awareness about the medical condition SADS which commonly affects people aged between 12 and 35 years of age.
By doing this through our fundraising events and major PR drives, our aim is to boost the awareness about SADS enabling us to take the first steps towards prevantative steps being made freely available.
We are currently based in Liverpool, UK and are striving to ensure that schools primarily get the equipment they need to help any young people who are affected by this condition.
Our long term vision is to expand beyond the boundaries of Liverpool, to ensure that the North West and the United Kingdom as a whole get a better knowledge and become more aware about SADS.
Feel free to browse around our site and, if you wish to get involved and be a part of our organisation, then please check out the contact us section and leave your details with us!
RUNCORN TOWN FC - BIKATHON & FUNDRAISER
In support of The Oliver King Foundation, Kev Hammond from Runcorn Town Football Club is getting on his bike to raise money and awareness for the foundation.
Kev will be cycling from Runcorn Town’s home ground to Wembley Stadium in no more than 5 days.
Our thanks go out to Kev, his cycling team and all of Runcorn Town FC for their support and wish him the best of luck for this challenge.
For more information about the bikathon, click on the link below.
KEV HAMMOND BIKATHON
Also, Runcorn Town FC will host a Charity match in aid of The Oliver King Foundation.
The 'Charity Football Match' with Runcorn Town takes place on 8th June at 3pm at The Pavillions, Sandy Lane, Runcorn.
Everybody is welcome and donations can be made through our bikeathon sponsor website or on the gate on the day. All proceeds will go to The Oliver King Foundation
We've done it! After a year long campaign, we have received the 100,000 signatures we needed to make the government debate our cause in Parliament.
We would like to thank every single person that has helped out and made this happen over the past 12 months.
Without you, we wouldn't have been able to reach our goal!
LIVERPOOL ECHO ARTICLE
THE MOMENT WE MADE IT TO 100,000
THE NEXT STEP
Before the debate in Parliament, we need to get as much support from as many MPs as possible to try and get this pushed forward and in front of the House of Commons.
We need everyone to get in touch with their local MP and push them for their support.
Click on the link below for all the details on what to do with your local MP.
LOCAL MP SUPPORT