Harry and Molly unite against Dementia
Harry and Molly Lyttle from Kells have united against dementia by creating Christmas Wreaths for Alzheimer’s Society, raising a fantastic £745.05 to support people living with dementia.
Working tirelessly the pair, aged 11 and 14, created an amazing 68 Christmas Wreaths, asking friends and family for donations for Alzheimer’s Society.
Harry and Molly decided to support the charity as their grandmother is living with dementia and they wanted to do something in honour of her.
Thanking everyone for supporting their fundraising, Harry said: “Molly and I would like to say a big thanks to Bertie and Beatrice King and Mary Crothers for their great wreath making tips. We would also like to thank our family for all their help and to everybody who ordered wreaths, donated and provided greenery”.
Jenay McCartan, Community Fundraiser for Alzheimer’s Society in Northern Ireland said: “We are extremely grateful to Harry and Molly for all the time and energy they put into making these amazing Christmas Wreaths to raise funds for Alzheimer’s Society.
“We know that people living with dementia have been one of the most affected groups by COVID- 19 and whilst the current situation has been difficult for fundraising, the demand for our services has increased. That’s why we are so grateful Harry and Molly for their fundraising efforts – your support really does help us to support people affected by dementia across Northern Ireland now, when they need us most.”