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Closed 01/08/2019

raised of £50 target by 6 supporters

    Weʼve raised £52 to support Wirral Deaf Childrens Society.

    Funded on Thursday, 1st August 2019

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    We're taking part in Wirral Deaf Childrens Society's sponsored walk to raise vital funds so the charity can continue to provide support and free events for families with deaf children.

    Please help support this wonderful charity, even the smallest amount makes a huge difference, all proceeds go to arranging events that allow these children and young people to develop a deaf peer group and positive identity.

    There are 350 deaf children living in the Wirral (CRIDE, 2018), this figure is increasing every year which is why it is so important that organisations who support these children and their family can continue to run.
    Registered Charity Number: 505193



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      • Fiona Whitelaw

        Fiona Whitelaw

        Apr 7, 2019

        Good luck Alison xx

      • Lee


        Apr 4, 2019


      • Anonymous


        Apr 4, 2019


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      • Mandy


        Apr 4, 2019


      • Anonymous


        Apr 3, 2019

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