Planting two trees at the Ricoh Arena Memorial Garden in memory of James Cooper and James Kouzaris, as Seeds Of Hope for Always A Chance charity.
Taken from Always A Chance website...
James Kouzaris and James Cooper were murdered while on holiday in Florida on 16th April, 2011. It has been 10 years since their lives were tragically cut short.
To mark this 10-year anniversary we want you to remember what amazing young men they were and invite you to join our initiative “Seeds of Hope”.
Hope sparks optimism and encourages positive outcomes. Hope has always been integral to what we do at Always A Chance...
- For the happiness and success of our loved ones
- That in a difficult world we can encourage education to prevent violent crime
- To support those who have been affected by these cruel acts
COMMEMORATE THE BOYS
On 16th April we're asking you to honour the boys by planting two seeds, trees or plants - one for Jam, one for Coops. This is to symbolise hope in the form of new life: Seeds of Hope. When you plant your seeds, please share the moment with us by tagging @alwaysachance on Facebook or Instagram.
We'd also appreciate your donations to The Good Grief Trust which is a brilliant organisation providing support for those who have lost a loved one. This is especially poignant given how many loved ones we have lost to COVID-19 during the pandemic.
Please send your donation to the AAC account with the reference “TGGT”. You donate directly through our website or by bank transfer:
Account Number: 69242565
Sort Code: 05-08-83
To learn more about The Good Grief Trust please visit https://www.thegoodgrieftrust.org/