The Dream Factory is an Essex based charity organisation set up to brighten the lives and encourage hope for children and young adults who have either life limiting or life threatening conditions, or who suffer from severe disabilities. They do this by making their wishes come true!

Any dream is possible and when The Dream Factory says it will take on the challenge of making a wish come true then they will will do everything in their power to make it happen in the shortest possible time.

The Dream Factory has been created by Avril Mills, former fundraiser and events manager at Haven House Childrenā€™s Hospice.

 

The organisation has been fortunate in gaining the support of a number of well known people who have agreed to become patrons of The Dream Factory. These patrons will be attending as many events as they can and help to raise the profile of The Dream Factory. At the beginning of January 2008 The Dream Factory was itself a dream, Avril knew what she wanted to do and was prepared to work hard to make it happen.
Avril was inspired by her son Oliver who died of Leukemia at the age of nine. While Oliver, a big Eastenders fan, was having treatment in hospital Avril arranged for him to meet Ross Kemp, Martine McCutcheon and Sid Owen. Liking the idea she went onto make a wish for another child who had always wanted to meet the Arsenal Team. Before Oliver died he expressed the wish to grant dreams for children when he grew up.
The Dream Factory is all about fulfilling wishes and dreams for children and young adults who are having a tough time as a result of their illnesses or disability and they know that all of the people they help will have fond memories of their special event or gift.
We at RGB are honoured to be contributing to such a noble cause.
So far over 329 dreams have been fulfilled. Please help to fulfil many more dreams.
More information about ‘The Dream Factory’ can avail at

http://www.yourdreamfactory.org/

The organisation has been fortunate in gaining the support of a number of well known people who have agreed to become patrons of The Dream Factory. These patrons will be attending as many events as they can and help to raise the profile of The Dream Factory. At the beginning of January 2008 The Dream Factory was itself a dream, Avril knew what she wanted to do and was prepared to work hard to make it happen.

 

 Charity  

RGB Helps The Heroes

RGB Electrical Superstore is proud to support the Help for Heroes charity. The cheque presentation took place on Friday 3rd August 2012 at their flagship Ilford store. In attendance was Jason & Peter Digwa (CEO & Director , RGB) Denise Speight (H4H Charity) Cllr Darshan Sunger and Fauja Singh the oldest Olympic torch bearer.

ā€œRGB is extremely proud to support the Help For Heroes charity. Every penny raised really does count to improve people's livesā€ said Jason Digwa, Director

RGB is also involved in various charities including the World Of Dance (WOD) festival which has been running for the past six years. It has supported numerous causes including Alzheimer's, Haven House Hospice and The Dream Factory. The organisation has raised more than £30,000.