Weʼve raised £120 to buy gifts for poorly children spending Christmas in hospital.
- Children and youth
- Time left
- Funded on Sunday, 11th December 2016
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Back In 2010 some of you may remember my partner and I along with my sister and her partner we started raising money for the Buscot ward at the Royal Berkshire Hospital. Our aim was to raise a minimum of £500. Within around a week we was in all the local papers and radio stations. With that we raised just over £1200 in a very short period of time.
Now we're back and we want to go bigger and better! Each year to raise as much money as possible to buy gifts for the less fortunate children in hospitals and care homes!
Will you join us?
Karl Allen8 months ago
Please continue to share and donate, we only have 13 days left to reach our target. Once again thanks to everyone who has donated
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Nov 19, 2016
Nov 16, 2016
My son was born here, and I hope this little donation will help the poorly children , do you accept you donations too?
Nov 14, 2016
A small thank you for the help you've given our grandson many times.
Nov 14, 2016
Hope you reach your target, such a lovely thing to do xx
Nov 11, 2016
Great idea Karl, let's get this started!
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back in 2010 we raised £1200 for the Buscot Ward at the Royal Berkshire Hospital who look after Premiture babies. This year and hopefully every year from now on raise money for gifts for children spending Christmas in hospital.
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