A beautiful boy with a beautiful soul, a beautiful heart and a beautiful smile
Jesse Tapnack will be growing his hair to donate a wig for someone suffering with cancer. The money raised will go towards helping young people suffering with mental ill health through The Oli Leigh Trust.
Every pound given will be matched.
In October 2020, Steven will be taking part in the London Marathon raising funds for The Oli Leigh Trust. To sponsor him please visit
7-a-side Football Tournament
Rowley Lane Sports Ground
Years 11-13 M/F
Under 21 M/F
Over 21 M/F
Tottenham Hotspurs Football Club, in association with The Oli Leigh Trust and England Boxing, will be hosting the first boxing event to be held at the new stadium. All proceeds going to The Oli Leigh Trust, helping teenagers to see through the fog
(awaiting confirmation of date pending completion of 2019-20 season and publication of 2020/2021 fixture list)
Further information to follow
The Oli Leigh Trust's launch event. An evening of gin and whisky tasting, accompanied by delicious food prepared by Phillip Small caterers, and musical entertainment. A fabulous opening event enjoyed by all and a great fundraising success for The Trust.
Charity Poker tournament with winners prize of £500. This event, organised by Eli Tapnack, one of Oli's closest friends, was incredibly well-supported and raised an amazing amount for The Oli Leigh Trust. Thank you to everyone who participated.
Daisy started making bracelets to raise money for the NHS and the response was amazing! Thank you to everyone who bought one. Daisy donated 50% of all the money raised to The Oli Leigh Trust, as well as 50% for the NHS.
The 2.6 Challenge took place on the 26th April 2020, the day the London Marathon would have taken place.
Thank you to everyone who participated in this event raising money for The Oli Leigh Trust. Activities ranged from running 26 miles, rowing 26 miles, climbing 26 flights of stairs, running for 26 minutes, completing obstacles 26 times and many more.
21st November 2019, Sam Ucko and friends from JFS school took part in a non-stop 13-hour long football match raising a huge amount of money for The Oli Leigh Trust.
Steven, his cousin Deanne and a friend completed their Tube Challenge visiting 248 Tube stations in 18 hours and raising £4,500 for The OLLIE Foundation. A lot of fun was had throughout the long day with a lot of interest in thir mission from fellow tavellers
Richard Sager, a work colleague of Michelle, took part in the Denmark Iron Man in August 2019 raising a large sum of money for The Oli Leigh Trust. He gained two PB's in the Swimming and Cycling disciplines. All three disciplines took him an incredible 11 hours.
Thank you to Yavneh College for providing care packages for teenagers coming into A&E - especially those who may be experiencing a mental health crisis.
Pre-drinks event with all proceeds going to The Oli Leigh Trust