Huddersfield Charity Ruddi's Retreat Go Yellow Campaign

We have been working very closely with Huddersfield based charity Ruddi’s Retreat over the last 12 months creating various artwork and marketing designs for the team.

Ruddi’s Retreat aim is to help families with seriously ill children have access to holiday home’s for free, helping families and young children suffering from the effects and after effects of cancer treatment, life limiting illnesses or bereavement to enjoy a family holiday together with minimal financial costs and maximum fun.

The team now have 3 static caravans based at Primrose Valley seaside resort on the East coast of Filey and have set up a sister charity called Gwennies Getaways for elderly people suffering with the effects Alzheimer’s and other types of Dementia and their carers to offer short term breaks for those in need.

Charity founder Ali was also featured on the national lottery’s big surprise in 2018 to honour individuals who’ve made a real difference to people’s lives and how grateful they were.Watch the surprise video here

Huddersfield Charity founder gets surprise visit from the National Lottery

Ruddi's Retreat #Goyellow & 200 campaign

September the 27th see’s Ruddi’s Retreat launch their #goyellow campaign for childhood cancer awareness month in which everyone wears yellow for the day to support Ruddi’s Retreat and children’s cancer awareness month and we are very proud to have been involved in creating the artwork for the campaign.

We are also proud to be involved in Ruddi’s Retreat’s upcoming 200 campaign in which they are looking for businesses to help sponsor families to provide free holidays for those in need, each time they send a family away it cost’s the charity £200 and are looking for any help and support they can get.

If you’d like to get involved with Ruddi’s Retreat in anyway at all contact them via visit their website and give them a follow on social media to see what upcoming events and fundraisers they have coming up.

The Huddersfield Examiner also covered the story, check out the article here …

Huddersfield Examiner Ruddi's Retreat story