Loose change jar success!!

Project Trust provides many suggestions for fund-raising. One of the ideas was, loose change jars.  For anyone who has read right back to the beginning of this blog, you will know that I designed some loose change jars to put into local shops. And to be honest, I didn’t really think this would be a great way to raise much money.

So, being a little disorganised, I  didn’t get round to getting them out into shops until the end of February.  And now, I think that I have missed out on some serious fundraising.  This is because for just being out for just over a mouth one of the jars in our local Budgens’ has come back filled with coins – to a total of just under £100!!!

So I just wanted to say a massive thank you to everyone who has been kind enough to donate as you can see it really does make a difference.

On another note, I AM OVER HALF WAY TO MY TOTAL FUNDRAISING!! My current total is just over £3100 🙂 and with the quiz in just under two weeks (which I will be sure to keep you updated about), and hopefully a supermarket bag pack and a car boot sale, I am feeling more hopeful that I can make it

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About hannahsyearinindia

Hello! My name is Hannah Chambers, and in 2016 I was selected by the charity Project Trust to take part in a 12 month overseas placement in India this is an incredible opportunity to be able to go for so long and therefore be able to fully immerse myself in the culture. This means that in August 2017 I will be flying to India as a Project Trust volunteer! On this website I hope to keep you updated throughout my journey in getting there, from fundraising and training to actually being out there! Have a read and hope you enjoy!
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