Whiteknights Angels & Champions

Introducing an exciting way to support Whiteknights Yorkshire Blood Bikes.

In recognition of the need to support our charity in a on-going sustainable way we have launched the Angels and Champions initiative.
For further information email: angels@whiteknights.org.uk

Whiteknights Angels…

The awarded status of becoming an official Whiteknights’ Angel can be achieved by fundraising giving of £500 or more annually.

Whiteknights Angels Roll of Honour:

Mrs Margaret Johnson, Mr Neil Agnew, Circle Of Friends Rally Club, Mrs Eunace Venables, Girder Fork Classic Motorcycle Club, Eunace Venables, Inner Wheel Hull Kingston, Knaresborough United Reformed Church.

Neil Agnew receives his Whiteknights Angels Certificate from West Yorkshire Manager, Andy Dickens
Megan Major and the Staff at Applegreen Darrington Services raised £3500 in aid of Whiteknights

Whiteknights Champions…

The awarded status of becoming an official Whiteknights Champion is for individuals and organisations who are major donors, vehicle suppliers and individuals who recruit multiple Whiteknights Angels.

Whiteknights Champions Corporate Partners Roll of Honour:

Terberg DTS (UK), Prospect Diagnostics, Ivanhoe Lodge, Provincial Grand Chapter of Yorkshire West Riding, Investing For Tomorrow, Birstall Knit & Natter Group, Widows Sons Lodge & The Yorkshire East Riding Masonic Charitable Foundation.

Alisdair Couper of Terberg DTS (UK) donated and maintains a BMW R1200rtp – seen here with the motorcycle and his Whiteknights Champions certificate.
Stewart Carley from the Provincial Grand Chapter of Yorkshire West Riding, presents the keys to Whiteknights West Yorkshire Manager, Andy Dickens and receives his Whiteknights Champions certificate
Whiteknights Champions Ivanhoe Lodge present a new motorcycle and three-year’s funding to Whiteknights Chairman, Andrew Foster.

Birstall Knit & Natter Group based at Birstall Library have raised more than £3000 through the making and selling of knitted items.
Andy Hunn from The Widows Sons Masonic Lodge, Pocklington receives a Whiteknights’ Champions certficate for being instrumental in the donation of a new BMW R1250rt with additional maintenance funding.