We are disappointed to announce that Harry Redknapp will be unable to attend the charity football match at Wimborne Town FC on Thursday April 27th. Unfortunately, an event Harry was already committed to has been moved from April 25th to 27th and he has had to withdraw.
However, we are thrilled to announce that AFC Bournemouth manager Eddie Howe has agreed to step in and take over the reins. We are truly grateful for your support Eddie, thank you.
Tickets are now on sale for the Foundation Football Match at Wimborne Town FC on April 27th between Louis' old team mates from Wimborne and Holt, being managed by Eddie Howe, and the Friends of Louis XI, being managed by Graeme Souness. Tickets and full details here
We are proud to have donated £5,000 to Bournemouth-based Faithworks Wessex to help fund their SleepSafe project for 5 months this winter, providing a safe place to young people needing help and support.
Limited edition 2016 Louis Ross Foundation t-shirts are now available at just £10 each. Perfect for the summer holidays, festivals & at the beach, order yours today - email firstname.lastname@example.org
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Lip Sync for Louis was all about paying tribute to the happiness and joy that Louis blessed us with. It was a night that united Canford School in rememberance and celebration, while raising just over £1,400 for the charity.
The highlight of the evening and most popular act was the appearance of Reverend Phil Jack, donning his black tracksuits to perfectly execute a lip sync of Lecrae's "Identity", to the raucous approval of the crowd.
A group of Louis' friends from Canford School's Franklin House raised a staggering £5,385 for the Foundation by each having a 'Buzz Cut' (very short haircut). This was their way of honouring "such an honest, funny and incredibly compassionate young man." THANK YOU LADS!
Max, Rory and Ben toughed it out over a 12 mile assault course, subjecting themselves to ice cold water, high walls and even electrocution! They raised over £2,500 for their friend's charity. Well done guys.
Over 180 family and friends of Louis had fun raising £1,700 at a quiz night at Sturminster Marshall Memorial Hall. Thanks to every who supported the Foundation.
Tom Rawlinson's dinner was a showpiece of what Louis meant to all who attended. It was a great occasion where many of Louis' closest friends and their parents gathered to reflect on the last few months. The evening also raised an impressive £1,000 that will go to help those who benefit from the Louis Ross foundation. Many thanks should go to everyone who made the night possible and in particular Tom. The effort Tom put in was clear and Louis would have been touched.
March's Mufti Day at Canford School was devoted to raising money for Louis' Foundation. Staff and pupils donated in excess of £1,000.
In February, Canford School's Wimborne House dedicated their annual musical concert to Louis' Foundation, collecting over £1,000.
UPCOMING & RECENT EVENTS
After the fabulous day here in 2016, we had so many requests to return to Remedy Oak. Details and booking form here.
Louis' old Wimborne and Holt XI will be lead out by Eddie Howe to play Graeme Souness' Friends of Louis XI.
Featuring live music from local rock band, Curveball, wood fired pizza, a rodeo bull, bar with local ales and free overnight onsite camping. Taking place at Sturminster Marshall Golf Club. Tickets just £7 per adult and £4 per child over 12.
Tickets available from www.smgc.eu or call 01258 858444
A fun evening for friends and family, playing a little golf and enjoying a BBQ, hopefully on a fine Summer's evening.
On 30 June most of the pupils at Canford School walked up to 20 miles to raise money for the Louis Ross Foundation.
All students were encouraged to ask their family and friends to sponsor them in an attempt to raise as much money as possible for the Foundation. You can still sponsor them here.
A lovely afternoon was enjoyed by students, family and friends at Canford School, where a Canford XI narrowly defeated a Friends of Louis XI in a T20 cricket match, played in the true spirit of friendship. Penny and several other ladies made some wonderful cakes, which went down very well.
Our first Louis Ross Foundation Golf Day was held at the magnificent Remedy Oak Golf Club.
The weather, golf course and hospitality were all superb. Thank you to everyone who participated, donated prizes for the raffle and auction or bought items in the auction. Thanks to your generosity a staggering £13,000 was raised for the Foundation.
Friends of Louis - Max Tipping, Rory Ferguson and Ben Barlow - are running a gruelling 12 mile Tough Mudder to raise funds for their mate's Foundation. Please sponsor them if you can by donating via their Just Giving page.