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Closed 11/01/2018

raised of £100 target by 2 supporters

    Weʼve raised £15 to Support Bo'ness and Falkirk Food banks over the festive season

    Funded on Thursday, 11th January 2018

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    We are collecting for the Bo'ness and Falkirk food bank charities this festive season. Whatever sum is collected will be matched by Thomas Cuthell and Sons and donated to the food banks.

    Thomas Cuthell and Sons have memorial trees at our four funeral homes throughout December. We are encouraging the public to call into our funeral homes, or make a request online, to place a memory of a loved one on the memorial tree. A donation to the food banks can be left when visiting the premises or placed online here, should you wish to do so.

    Thomas Cuthell and Sons will pay the Just Giving fees in order that all monies raised will go to the Food Banks.



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      • Ian Black

        Ian Black

        Dec 20, 2017

        Happy to support your thoughtful and generous project this Christmas bringing hope to others.


      • Anonymous


        Dec 5, 2017

        Lovely idea.


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