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Morag Boyd

Morag Boyd is crowdfunding

£130raised of £5,000 target by 6 supporters

Weʼre raising £5,000 to Beasties, Bugs and Bairns, a not for profit company working to get children outdoors, in nature, playing, investigating, exploring.

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Beasties, Bugs and Bairns needs £5000 to fill the last gap in match funding a grant from Scottish Natural Heritage. The funding will enable us to work with schools in the most deprived parts of Fife to get children outdoors, into nature playing, investigations and exploring. Not only does our project enable children to learn about wildlife and become passionate about protecting our world, it promotes healthy, outdoor lifestyles and supports mental health and wellbeing. This is the second year of this enormously successful project and we are desperate to ensure we can offer our opportunity to 15 schools to become involved.

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    • Anonymous


      Jun 2, 2019

      Good luck Morag.LoveKenneth.


    • Anonymous


      May 30, 2019

    • Gwen


      May 29, 2019

      It’s great that you can offer these outdoor experiences to children at no cost to them or the school, fantastic work!!


    • Margaret McKay

      Margaret McKay

      May 2, 2019

      Every little helps.


    • Carol Smith

      Carol Smith

      May 2, 2019

      Well done.


    • Kelly Bennett

      Kelly Bennett

      May 1, 2019

      It's not a lot, but a lot of not a lots soon add up! Good luck!

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