Weʼre raising £10,000 to support members of our local community challenged by increased costs of living, particularly in the coming months.
- Bramley, Surrey
- 2 days to go
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Bramley Helping Hand could be for you, your neighbour or anyone living in Bramley.
It’s going to be a challenging time for some members of our village and let’s face it – we all need a helping hand every now and again. This is about our community coming together to support each other.
What is our aim?
We want to fundraise and offer practical help and support to members of our local community challenged by increased costs of living and looming tough times, particularly in the coming months. Our hope is to coordinate and assist requests for help to and to offer confidential assistance, both practical and financial (in conjunction with Smith’s charity administered by Bramley Parish Council).
Please use this page to donate towards this fund and support our local community
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Apr 24, 2023
Donation to go where need is greatest, eg to relieve debt.
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Gill and Steve Longdon
Mar 25, 2023
Happy to support this local initiative
Mar 19, 2023
Thanks for pushing the leaflet through my door to let me know about your work. God bless you.
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Crowdfunding is a new type of fundraising where you can raise funds for your own personal cause, even if you're not a registered nonprofit.
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About the fundraiser
Bramley Helping Hand
Bramley Helping Hand comprises a group of local Bramley Residents : Jane Austin – Bramley Fete Chair Reverend Andy Davis – Bramley Holy Trinity Church Murray Campbell – Bramley Fete President Patti Hassell Penny Dyson Richard Seaborne – Bramley PC and Waverly Councillor