About The HoneyRose Foundation

The HoneyRose Legacy – How Did It Come To Be?

The HoneyRose Foundation was founded by Lynn Duffy in memory of three of her close friends, who died of terminal illnesses.

    • Nicola Honey died of a rare Ovarian Cancer aged 21.
    • Karen White died aged 27 after her battle with a Brain tumour.
    • Rose Clark fought Lung Cancer until she was 57.

This is their legacy.

HoneyRose Foundation Facts

    • The HoneyRose Foundation was established in 2004 and continues to grow daily as we help more people. We hope that the number of special wishes
      we are able to grant continues to grow.
    • So far, over 3000 people have benefited from special wishes granted by The HoneyRose Foundation.
    • The HoneyRose Foundation is a national United Kingdom charity, we’ve received applications from Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales as well as England.
    • The HoneyRose Foundation is the only UK charity that helps grant special wishes to adults (age 40+) from all over the United Kingdom.
    • Founder Lynn Duffy won Wish FM Woman of the Year 2012 and fundraiser of the year at The Pride of St Helens Awards.
    • The HoneyRose Foundation is one of the Knowsley’s Mayor’s Charities in the 2012/13 year.

The HoneyRose Foundation’s Impact On Local Community:

    • Through our donations and charity shops, we emphasize heavy recycling of home wares and clothing.
    • We have helped job seekers get back into work through confidence building and training.
    • We have provided volunteer work and work experience vacancies through the Jobcentre. The organisation also emphasizes equal opportunities volunteer work through this method, we actively encourage people from a variety of different backgrounds to volunteer for The HoneyRose Foundation.
    • We provide discount furniture to local tenants who may be in financial hardship.
    • Our local events, whether they’re fundraisers otherwise encourage strong public support by inviting them along and providing them with a day/night of entertainment and fun for a variety of audiences.
  • We have three Charity Shops in St Helens, Merseyside.

2014 Sponsors or Contributors

  • The Oddfellows (St Helens and Warrington District Branch)
  • Hafele
  • Glassbond Ltd
  • The Rockware Pub
  • The Wheatsheaf Inn