Busy Bee Life Insurance and Tesco raise over £1,600 in community fundraising event.
A total of £1,612.50 was raised by Tesco and Busy Bee Life Insurance and at a fundraising event which took place on Saturday the 9th of February at the Tesco Superstore in Barry, to help Martine to make memories.
Scott Adams, Martine’s husband, was diagnosed with an incurable heart disease on the very same day he was given the all clear from Leukemia, after enduring two successful lots of Chemotherapy and 25 years of regular check-ups. A year and a half later, Martine was diagnosed with an extremely rare ungraded and possibly life limiting cancer.
Together with friends, family and clients, Busy Bee Life Insurance and Tesco supported Martine’s cause with a day of fun and generous giving. A tombola, a raffle, face-painting, “gunge the manager” and leg waxing took place during the event to support Martine and Scott in making memories and raise awareness of the importance of Life Insurance.
“We are delighted to have been able to help Martine and her family raise some much-needed funds to support them with making some fond memories during this truly heart-breaking time. The money we have raised will hopefully make a big difference to helping both Martine and Scott support their children whilst going through this emotional journey.” Said Levi, Store Manager at Tesco Barry 2081.
Moved by Martine and Scott’s story, Busy Bee Life Insurance has so far donated over £1,200 to the cause, sponsored the new senior kit for the Holton Road AFC, and teamed up with Martine and husband Scott to continue to spread awareness about the importance of life insurance.
“Busy Bee Life Insurance is extremely proud to be able to support Martine’s campaign and help Scott and Martine to make memories with their children,” said Oliver Rayner, Founder of Busy Bee Life Insurance.
Overwhelmed by the success of the fun day, Martine said “Thanks to everyone who has taken time to help support my family. We appreciate it so, so, so much. You’re making my dreams come true to be able to offer so much to my children.”
Details of Martine’s story can be found at www.busybeelifeinsurance.co.uk/martine
Visit Martine’s GoFundMe page here: www.gofundme.com/f/help-martine-make-memories-livinginthenow