Our Fundraising Programme 2020

 

     Eat like a Kenyan

See the October Newsletter to find out how you can take part.

The idea is that you eat some of the basic food on which many of our families survive. Then donate the difference between how much you spent and what your usual food bill might have been.                                  

 

  The Prudential Bike Ride

 

As the Prudential Ride London cannot go ahead because of Covid, the Mayor of London and Prudential were keen it should still go ahead but it could be done where people live.  So Carol and Steph signed up for the free cycle one hoped to do around 30 miles. The ride was successfully completed and £1760 raised for our funds to assist  the Unity School Community during the pandemic.

 

Use the link http://uk.virginmoneygiving.com/CarolGroves5  to donate

 

 

 

Earlier in 2020 our Fundraising programme got off to a great start with a record breaking Curry Night at Monsoon’s Indian Restaurant in Rustington.  Just over £1000 was raised by our generous diners.

 

This was shortly followed by a wonderful evening in Vienna, provided by Jacob Keet and his friends as we enjoyed music from Viennese composers.

 

Just before the Lock Down Karyn held her popular Swop Shop and the Parish Church shared funds raised at their Winter Warmer.  

 Everything else has been put on hold – we hope the word is “Postponed” rather than “Cancelled”.

 

The Great Sale of Everything might now be the Great Autumn Sale of Everything,  Chris and Maddy are still hoping to climb Mount Snowdon in May 2021. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Scroll down to see pictures of the Christmas Tree Festival

 

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Christmas Tree Festival at Littlehampton United Church

 

The Third Annual Christmas Tree Festival, hosted by Littlehampton United Church, proved a huge success. Running simultaneously with our Christmas Sale.

The trophy for the best tree was awarded to Arun Care for their imaginative “Snowman” tree.  On the Friday evening the U3A Ukuleles and choir led Carol Singing – followed by yet more mince pies and Coffee.

The total raised for Charity funds was over £1100

Thank you to everyone who supported.

 

 

 

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