Remembering Ian Hewett

Raised
£2,000.00
Donors
64
Target
£1,500
133%
133% Raised
About

On Monday, 22nd February 2021, my brother Ian Hewett passed away. It was totally unexpected. The whole family are devastated and heartbroken and still in some form of shock that it happened.  He was a kind, generous, warm-hearted, funny, creative and very talented human being, whom we love and miss dearly. Although his passing at too young an age was not Covid-related, in many ways the effect of the pandemic has been felt particularly where we are unable to come together and hug, to provide that human contact and support whilst we mourn our loss, reminding us of the shared moments in our lives that we have missed and continue to miss. Ian truly cared about the world and had a keen sense of injustice. He would want us to mark his passing by making things a little better for local people who are struggling. Therefore, rather than flowers, we are asking for donations to Cardiff Foodbank in his memory.  

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Anonymous donor
07 Apr, 2021

💔

£50.00
Elid Morris      Top Donor     
01 Apr, 2021

Ian was a very well respected colleague and friend who is sorely missed.From all his friends at Cardiff University.

£430.00
Louise Barrack
20 Mar, 2021

Lots of love, Louise, Pete and Isla xx

£10.00
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Elid Morris      Top Donor     
01 Apr, 2021

Ian was a very well respected colleague and friend who is sorely missed.From all his friends at Cardiff University.

£430.00
Andy's fundraising stats
Online donations: £2,000.00
Match funding: £0.00
Raised offline: £0.00
Gift Aid: £208.75
Total raised: £2,208.75
Andy is fundraising for Cardiff Foodbank

We provide food for people in Cardiff who are facing a financial crisis.
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