QEST's 2012 Diamond Jubilee Appeal
Event: Victoria Churchward's fundraising
£1,297,140.30 raised of £1,500,000.00 target
£1,297,140.30 raised so far
How to make a donation
Donate online at - www.justgiving.com/QEST-2012-Diamond-Jubilee-Appeal
By mobile internet Scan this code on your smartphone to go straight to Victoria Churchward's page.
By text message to donate £10 Text YTOO53 £10
The Queen Elizabeth Scholarship Trust is the charitable arm of The Royal Warrant Holders Association, devoted to the support of excellence in British craftsmanship. Founded in 1990, the Trust annually awards scholarships which to date have totalled over £1.5 million, enabling 242 talented craft scholars to advance their specialist education and skills. Despite this impressive history, QEST is struggling to keep pace with the flow of applications from gifted applicants. It is unquestionably the leading charity in its field, but is forced to turn away a significant proportion of deserving candidates simply due to a shortage of adequate funds to meet the growth in demand. QEST is working on an ambitious fundraising programme, culminating in the Diamond Jubilee Year of 2012. The target, in brief, is to double the current level of awards and also to introduce a mentoring programme to better enable scholars to meet their full potential. www.qest.org.uk
Please give generously in aid of this worthwhile cause. We thank you in advance for your support.
Raising money for
Charity Registration No. 1152032
The Queen Elizabeth Scholarship Trust (QEST) makes awards ranging up to £15,000 to craftsmen and women of all ages to help them further their careers. Since 1991 the Trust has awarded over £1.8 m to 273 craftspeople aged between 17 and 50 plus for study, training and work experience. www.qest.org.uk
QEST is a great boost for it's craft scholars, it's great to be able to help an organisation that makes a real difference.
Donation by E Lachab on 13/03/13
+ £12.50 Gift Aid
It gives us such pleasure to work for a client doing so much for craftspeople. Wonderful to see QEST going from strength to strength.
Donation by Victoria Jebens, Jebens Design on 11/03/13
Best of luck for continuing success with the Diamond Jubilee appeal
Donation by Carolyn Cocke on 02/11/12
QEST is such an important charity for craftspeople so it's wonderful to see how much money has already been raised for the Appeal. Congratulations!
Donation by Christine Lea on 17/09/12
+ £12.50 Gift Aid
Final 10% donation from sales from Goodwood.
Donation by Mia Sabel (SABEL Saddlery) on 04/09/12
+ £5.00 Gift Aid
10% donation from sales at Goodwood as promised. Sorting out sky dive next!
Donation by Anonymous on 08/08/12
+ £15.58 Gift Aid
We must all publicise QEST more , its achievements and aims will enrich and enhance so many people's lives directly and indirectly .
Donation by mark van oss on 15/11/11
The QEST scholars read like a Who's Who of the craft world. I'm proud to support our craft heritage. Long may QEST continue backing UK craft skills.
Donation by Sally Dodson on 07/07/11
+ £7.50 Gift Aid
Very happy to see we are on our way.Lots of good luck
Donation by Richard Watling on 19/04/11
+ £12.50 Gift Aid
Good Luck with your QEST!
Donation by Nick Farrow on 04/04/11
+ £7.05 Gift Aid
- * Online donations£937.30
- Offline donations£1,296,203.00
- Text donations£0.00
- Total raised£1,297,140.30
- Gift Aid£85.13
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