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JADES FUNERAL CANDLES ONLY £4.99 EACH @ Daily Mail

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Special limited edition candles have been made for tomorrows funeral service with the permission of her family. Each features a picture of Jade and the words 'An ordinary Woman, an extraordinary life… Read More
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Special limited edition candles have been made for tomorrows funeral service with the permission of her family. Each features a picture of Jade and the words 'An ordinary Woman, an extraordinary life (!). With the permission of her family, Candles By Laurence are selling for £4.99 to the public with some (!) of the profits going to a cancer charity.
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#1
some (!) of the profits going to a cancer charity.


How much?
#2
Just give directly to the charities - don't get drawn in to this charade - cold.
#3
pete_l
Just give directly to the charities - don't get drawn in to this charade - cold.


yep
#4
This has got cold ever so quickly!

I bet less than £1 is going towards charity. Complete fas' to make a little extra cash on Jade's name.

Cold
#5
crass or what?
#6
Awful tat. :x
#7
rubbish what next buy the book or maybe a film #






oh theyre already doing all those things cold
#8
pete_l
Just give directly to the charities - don't get drawn in to this charade - cold.


i agree and the charities can also claim the tax back too from the goverment,,,we give montly by direct debit via our salary,,,cold from me,,,
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#9
killie99
crass or what?


crass, definitely... so, so cold
#10
Give your money to the Race For Life instead.
#11
Quote from daily mail forum .....

I'm sure the funeral directors can afford it. Every article has their name & address on it & every other day there is a photo call outside. Publicity is priceless & worth much more than a few thousands. Another deal done by PR guru no doubt.

Candles - well what can I say other than tacky in the extreme. No doubt there will be stalls at the side of the road on Saturday flogging them.

As an aside I see the wake is at a Golf Club. Hope all the equipment is locked away.

Oh Jade - I supported you in your desire to do what you could for your kids & promote cancer but your passing is now being turned in to a circus by those close to you. You deserved better than this & it is tainting what you achieved. Hope all this will soon be forgotten & your real legacy - your children will be given the space to grow into the men you hoped for. With their Dad Jeff guiding them I think they will.

Says it all really .........
#12
:whistling:Why so cold. I am personally offended.

The charity commission advise that you name the recipient charity with the publicity. Might also help if it was stated what % was going to what charidee.

However, lets not be cynical here :?.................This is raising money for her sons future, so that they can have a better life than her....a lot of money for doing nothing. Also for their education because they cannot possibly be allowed to go to an ordinary school.
#13
Sending £4.99 to the named charity would be more benifical.
I wouldn't be suprised if these chancers come up with a sticker you can put on your own candles, at a price of course.
#14
iglimpse
:whistling:Why so cold. I am personally offended.
The charity commission advise that you name the recipient charity with the publicity. Might also help if it was stated what % was going to what charidee.
However, lets not be cynical here :?.................This is raising money for her sons future, so that they can have a better life than her....a lot of money for doing nothing. Also for their education because they cannot possibly go to an ordinary school.


You shouldn't be.

No offence to her children, but this has been discussed back and fourth and has positives and negatives, but if you really gave two hoots about the charity, you would give the money direct. Giving should always be direct, never through other means.

As for the second point, her sons are well looked after. How much money do you think has been raised by her over use of publicity. Must be tipping the 5-8 Million pound mark, or even more. Doesn't replace the loss of a mother, but helps overall to get on with things.

They can't go to a normal school err why, give it a year I won't even know there names, no offence to you, you have obviously got swade by the media, but she hasn't done anything for anyone, shes simply used the system to make money in a time of need (which I don't blame her for), as stated before its had positives and negatives.

But the talk of having a statute, now that is a joke.

My oppinion there. Deal is cold as ICE, go direct people.

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#15
The sooner this story goes away the better. Not Hot I'm afraid. As mentioned earlier much better of (as are the charity) if you give direct. Unless you really want a candle.............
#16
very cold. i would rather send my money direct to a registered charity. its time for her sons to be taken out the spotlight completely, they have enough cash set aside.
banned#17
cold, cold, cold
#18
Glad to see this is getting the temperature it deserves. Just give a fiver directly to a charity.
#19
iglimpse
:whistling:Why so cold. I am personally offended.
The charity commission advise that you name the recipient charity with the publicity. Might also help if it was stated what % was going to what charidee.
However, lets not be cynical here :?.................This is raising money for her sons future, so that they can have a better life than her....a lot of money for doing nothing. Also for their education because they cannot possibly go to an ordinary school.


I think its getting a little long in the tooth....

What about all those mothers who aren't celebs who have little money to leave their kids..... I think we should focus on them more, give your money to Macmillan and cancer research that directly helps everyone and as someone mentioned they can get the tax back.

I am all for charities that help the right people.

But candles FFS that any funds will be heavily diluted to some dubious coffers.... no thanks.
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iglimpse


However, lets not be cynical here :?.................This is raising money for her sons future, so that they can have a better life than her....a lot of money for doing nothing. Also for their education because they cannot possibly be allowed to go to an ordinary school.



How much more money do her kids need?
She has paid their private school fees up to the age of 16 already, I understand they may have dumb genes and need extra help but this is going beyond ridiculous now.
#21
Adam2050;4815995
You shouldn't be. No offence to her children, but this has been discussed back and fourth and has positives and negatives, but if you really gave two hoots about the charity, you would give the money direct. Giving should always be direct, never through other means. As for the second point, her sons are well looked after. How much money do you think has been raised by her over use of publicity. Must be tipping the 5-8 Million pound mark, or even more. Doesn't replace the loss of a mother, but helps overall to get on with things. They can't go to a normal school err why, give it a year I won't even know there names, no offence to you, you have obviously got swade by the media, but she hasn't done anything for anyone, shes simply used the system to make money in a time of need (which I don't blame her for), as stated before its had positives and negatives. But the talk of having a statute, now that is a joke. My oppinion there. Deal is cold as ICE, go direct people. Ad


:oops: Maybe I have overdone things a bit here!

I am utterley sickened but not surprised by this.......on previous threads since Jade's death, I could have said "told you so" because this cashing in was so predictable :roll:

Whatever chance there was of any dignity in Jade's death, has now vanished thanks to her "family". For all the advisors they are paying for, why have they not named a specific charity, like a lot of people at funerals who wish to dontate rather than buy flowers.
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I know someone that died at 23 and left three kids, and her mum gets no help in bringing the kids up, people seem to forget that there dad has loads of money. People die eveyday of cancer, nice people. Yeah she was young but she was not blinking special.
banned 1 Like #23
I'd pay £499 to charity if it meant I never had to hear about Jade again.

And as for those saying her family and advisors are turning things into a bit of a circus, Jade has done this herself throughout her illness.
1 Like #24
michellefd21
I know someone that died at 23 and left three kids, and her mum gets no help in bringing the kids up, people seem to forget that there dad has loads of money. People die eveyday of cancer, nice people. Yeah she was young but she was not blinking special.


Agreed, the best thing to happen from this all is that more women are getting checked out and if thats to do with Jades media circus then thats a good thing, but thats it now...

No statues, no national holidays its sad but done.
#25
Max Clifford is rubbing his hands with glee...

Buy into whatever you want - I couldn't care less.
1 Like #26
michellefd21
I know someone that died at 23 and left three kids, and her mum gets no help in bringing the kids up, people seem to forget that there dad has loads of money. People die eveyday of cancer, nice people. Yeah she was young but she was not blinking special.


A voice of reason in a sea of facebook 'fan' groups...

REPPED.
#27
pete_l
Just give directly to the charities - don't get drawn in to this charade - cold.


Here Here!
#28
hmmm, wonder if this will beat the -1000C KFC offer from a few weeks back, at least one deserves it.
Anyway, the candles will be 50p on Monday in the fire sale ...
#29
What would anyone want with a Jade Goody candle. I've had family members die from cancer and what money did they get to give to their children. SFA!.
I feel sorry for her children, with there mother passing away but they already have more money than my child will ever have. Why should I give them anymore, they already have millions.
I do charity bike rides and 10k's every year and I'll be sticking with that.
No chance of this candle being lit....Freezin!
#30
Out of sympathy, I've just spent my £4.95 at jadecandle.com
Hope her children benefit as much as I will!
#31
:whistling: I think you are all being unreasonable here............

Publicity costs a lot and we now have a 20yr old widower and 2 kids to support in lifelong celebrdee comfort for life.
#32
Celticsun
I think its getting a little long in the tooth....

What about all those mothers who aren't celebs who have little money to leave their kids..... I think we should focus on them more, give your money to Macmillan and cancer research that directly helps everyone and as someone mentioned they can get the tax back.

I am all for charities that help the right people.

But candles FFS that any funds will be heavily diluted to some dubious coffers.... no thanks.


I think you've hit the nail on the head there, and a lot of people on this thead have made good points (why not name a specific charity to donate to instead of buying flowers or better, buying these candles!)

Jade, rightly so, successfully used the media to build up a good wad of cash to leave to her kids (was it £2 million, although her estate was reportedly worth around £4 million) for her children's futures.

Tacky candles is way too much and I would rather give direct to a charity, to one that can claim tax back ('Gift Aid' etc.) and to one that, in my personal opinion (and I mean no offence to anyone), is more deserving and will do more good (collectively) for a huge amount of people and their families who will suffer as a result of diseases like cancer.
1 Like #33
michellefd21
I know someone that died at 23 and left three kids, and her mum gets no help in bringing the kids up, people seem to forget that there dad has loads of money. People die eveyday of cancer, nice people. Yeah she was young but she was not blinking special.


Agreed.

My Uncle tried for years for kids with his wife, only to find out last year that his wife, my Auntie had cancer in her womb it had already spread throughout her body, they had all the treatments to try and have kids, but this was never brought to the table. She died last week, feel sorry for him because he never left her side, and they really wanted kids bless them. All his brothers and sisters had loads of kids me being one of them, and they couldn't deal with it, and we hardly saw them because of it.

Wierd thing is she died the same day one of my cousins her nephews girlfriend had a new baby son.

One death one birth, feels like the Lion King.

I wouldn't want her face all over the paper and being used by the media as front to get people rield. Anoys me.

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#34
iglimpse
:whistling: I think you are all being unreasonable here............

Publicity costs a lot and we now have a 20yr old widower and 2 kids to support in lifelong celebrdee comfort for life.


Iglimpse,

Sorry mate but thats just wrong.

Her kids will be fine.

They don't need money they need to get out.

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#35
iglimpse
Can I join you?:-D


Bring beer and munchies, we'll do it in the park and make a party of it.
#36
Adam2050;4816261
Iglimpse,Sorry mate but thats just wrong. Her kids will be fine. They don't need money they need to get out. Ad


I hope you are right that her kids will be fine but somehow I don't think so. I hope their their private education buys them the sense to see that the celebrity life is shallow and not for them. And that we don't have to hear about their first drunken exploits and sexual encounters for years to come. I fear it is already out of their control
#37
ooooh, soon be colder than an eskimo's fridge in here.
A most worthy winner of the worst deal ever for more reasons than I care to mention.
#38
killie99;4816617
ooooh, soon be colder than an eskimo's fridge in here. A most worthy winner of the worst deal ever for more reasons than I care to mention.


Always wanted to achieve a record on here,

is there a prize or a big award???
#39
joylove
And Stephen Fry should be ashamed of himself for calling her "A Princess Dianna from the wrong side fo the tracks". She was a pig faced ultra-chav, racist, greedy, fascious, vapid media *****.


Yeah I saw Mr Frys comment too, but I took it that he had his tongue firmly in cheek when saying it.
#40
Celticsun
Yeah I saw Mr Frys comment too, but I took it that he had his tongue firmly in cheek when saying it.


Think there was probably a bit of humour there.

Probably be mentioned on next season of QI.

Can't say anything wrong to Mr Fry after Littlebigplanet.

"Oh Bless"

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