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Ruth Mountford raised £142 from 11 supporters


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Closed 05/11/2023

raised of £2,000 target by 11 supporters

    Weʼve raised £142 to help fund new heaters

    Funded on Sunday, 5th November 2023

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    We are reaching out to our community with a request for support. As some of you may be aware recently, our building faced a small fire incident caused by a faulty heater. While the incident was contained, it prompted us to immediately look into replacing the heating system to ensure the safety and comfort of everyone who walks through our doors. Our building has always been a welcoming and nurturing space, and we have always tried to provide a safe environment for everyone. The replacement of the heating system is not only crucial for the comfort of our community but also an opportunity to make our church more energy-efficient, reducing our environmental impact.

    The building is a widely used space where people from different backgrounds come together. We work really hard to keep rent down, making it accessible to everyone. We're also committed to being environmentally friendly by implementing sustainable practices. We are committed to supporting the village alongside providing monthly free lunches, we also have a policy of accommodating local groups by offering reduced rates or flexibility in payment if they are unable to afford the regular fees. We believe in supporting and nurturing our local community, ensuring that financial constraints do not hinder their access to the community hall. Hosting events at our community hall supports its maintenance and contributes to our community's growth.

    We understand that such a project incurs significant costs, and we kindly ask for your support in making this endeavour a reality. No matter the size, every contribution will bring us one step closer to our goal. The funds raised will go towards the purchase and installation of a new heating system that meets the highest safety standards while promoting energy efficiency, any extra raised will go towards making the building more eco-friendly- we want to add more insulation, and solar panels so we can keep rent costs as low as possible.

    We appreciate any amount you can give, if you are unable to contribute financially, we kindly ask for your support in spreading the word. Sharing this campaign with your friends, family, and social networks can make a significant difference in reaching our fundraising goal.

    Thank you in advance for your generosity, we can create a safer, more sustainable space for the community.



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      • Christine Amos

        Christine Amos

        Sep 2, 2023

        I hope you get the funds you need x


      • Brian and Elaine Bailey

        Brian and Elaine Bailey

        Aug 25, 2023


      • Greg, Harriet, Heidi and Freya

        Greg, Harriet, Heidi and Freya

        Aug 24, 2023

        Good luck!


      • Jennifer Woolf

        Jennifer Woolf

        Aug 14, 2023


      • Dawn Roberts

        Dawn Roberts

        Aug 14, 2023


      • Penny Woolf

        Penny Woolf

        Aug 13, 2023


      • Neil Hardman

        Neil Hardman

        Jul 26, 2023

        Greenbelt family happy to be helping in wider communities … happy to help with such a worthwhile cause and community x


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