Naomi was an integral part of HK for four years. Our daily playful dose of sunshine, ray of happiness, passionate, intelligent, who loved a serious debate.
A loyal friend to anyone and everyone; enthusiastic in every aspect of life.
An exceptionally kind person who put people first and who saw the good in everyone.
She was loved and respected by all.
A beacon of hope within humanity, soft, nurturing, with a genuinely selfless deep-wish, to make the world a better place. A realist, approaching everything openly and in true Naomi-style, changing the world one person at a time.
An outdoor enthusiast who loved nature. As a testament to her character, she was passionate and ethical in personal decisions, resulting in a positive impact in her approach to problems all around the world.
A rare gem. The ‘one in a million’
We will never forget Naomi and we will always miss her. This will keep her legacy of light alive and these charities have been chosen to celebrate Naomi and her values.
All the money raised will be split equally between these 4 organisations.
Real Junk Food Project - non-profit social enterprise saving food from being wasted and making it available to the people of Sheffield.
Foodhall Project - Public dining room and kitchen supplied by intercepting food waste streams from local traders. , tackling social isolation and encouraging integration.
Emmaus - A charity that supports people to work their way out of homelessness by providing meaningful work as well as a stable home.
Refugee Action - A charity who offers support to refugees helping them to build safe, happy and productive lives.
Hoi Ping & Daf Weeks
Sheffield, Yorkshire and the Humber, United Kingdom