On 19th May 2011, Jaeger-LeCoultre & Clare Milford Haven organised a Gala Dinner and Auction to follow the St Regis International Test Match at Cowdray raising £54,000 for JWSMF
On 17th April 2011, George Hanbury ran the London Marathon. Here is his story in his own words: “The London Marathon was by far in a way one of the most challenging experiences I have ever faced. I started training three months before, unfortunately, sustaining an injury in late March. However, luckily due to much rehabilitationRead more
On 1st February 2011, Mother and daughter, Nikki and Chloe Regan, along with Tracey Ross-Wagstaff, climbed Kilimanjaro for JWSMF raising over £4,000 for the charity.
Date: Friday, 10 September, 2010 (All day) On 10th September 2010, Jaeger-LeCoultre, Maggies & JWSMF organised this charity polo match in order to raise funds to prevent suicide.
Starting out on 5th August 2010 and finishing on the 13th August 2010, James’s cousin, Charlie Steel and his friend Cameron Burnett managed to cycle the length of Britain in 7 days and 7 hours in order to raise funds for JWSMF, and to raise awareness that suicide is the biggest killer of young menRead more
On Sunday 31st January 2010, the final of the 26th St Moritz Polo World Cup between Julius Baer & Cartier turned into a fundraiser for us as every Julius Baer goal scored raised 1000 Swiss Francs for JWSMF. Sadly Julius Baer lost the cup but we were the winners when a generous donator agreed toRead more
On Sunday 26th of April 2009, Poppy completed the Flora London Marathon in an incredible 4 hours 35 minutes raising more than £2,500 for the JWSMF.
On 17th December 2008, Chaz Lee organised this fantastic event with the help of Harry Wentworth-Stanley, Fergus Draper and Drummond Money-Coutts. The 80’s California theme was the same as James’s 21st Birthday. The format of the evening was a dinner, followed by an auction, a raffle and live music from the Correspondents and a number ofRead more
Following in the footsteps of others in helping raise money for the James Wentworth-Stanley Memorial Fund, June 1st, 2008 saw Harry Hirsh and Edmund Eggins – both friends of James – bravely take on and complete the infamous ‘Rickshaw Run’, covering 3500km through Nepal and India’s constantly challenging terrain, in just 14 days.
On 17th of May 2008 James’s parents launched JWSMF with a bang with a weekend of Rock & Polo. Ringo Starr (The Beatles), Roger Taylor (Queen), Mike Rutherford (Genesis), Kenny Jones (The Who) & Garry Brooker (Procol Harum) provided the entertainment and many others came to support us. It was an unforgettable evening that raisedRead more