Category Archives: Fundraising

Car-boot success!

So today was my last fundraiser, a last push to raise the last bit to get to £6200 before my training in Coll next week. And let me just say, it was a long day! Me and my mum were … Continue reading

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9 weeks to go!

So I have recently finished my A levels and have been relaxing for the past week. But it is now time to have my final push of fundraising before my training week where I will finally meet my partner who … Continue reading

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So close!

This week has been a roller coaster for my project trust journey, I found details about my placement and have had some incredibly generous donations, which brings my total to £5500!! (only £700 pounds off my target of £6200 😀 … Continue reading

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QUIZ SUCCESS!!!!

As you may have guessed from the title, I held my quiz last weekend. It was a fantastic success and I managed to raise over £1000! The evening started early with all my helpers at the hall laying out the … Continue reading

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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 … Continue reading

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Fundraising update

Hi all, I just wanted to let you know where I am with trying to reach the target of £6200 (the total I need to raise). I have been very lucky and have great friends and family who have donated … Continue reading

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Scout Jumble Sale… (meaning more cake)

I am exhausted! Today was the scout jumble sale, so normally that means for me, help set up, sell jumble and clear away, but today instead of selling jumble, I was in charge of the refreshments! This entailed making teas, … Continue reading

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