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£211raised of £3,700 target by 9 supporters

    Weʼve raised £211 to help fund Evie to take part in the World Scout Jamboree 2019

    Funded on Tuesday, 20th November 2018

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    Evie has been selected as a member of the UK Contingent attending The 24th World Scout Jamboree which will be held at the Summit Bechtel Family National Scout Reserve in West Virginia, USA July 2019. The theme is 'Unlock a New World' which covers Adventure, Friendship, Leadership, Service and Sustainability.

    "With 50,000 Scouts from 160 countries living side-by-side, The World Scout Jamboree is Life-Changing. Those who desire to live life to it’s fullest should not miss this mind-blowing event.

    One moment you join in an Irish ceílí, the next you hear a Brazilian drum circle practicing, then you share a Lebanese dessert while a French trombonist plays pop songs. As you trade patches with a Japanese and a Polish scout you come to realize that the world is both much smaller and much larger than you ever thought before.

    The World Scout Jamboree is an adventure, you will experience thrills like no other. Fly through the treetops as you tour the exotic forest canopy of West Virginia. Climb the world’s largest man-made outdoor climbing wall. Explore the vast aquatic activities which include kayaking, dragon boating, water rescue, fishing, and a water obstacle course.

    Adventurers of all kinds will find the Jamboree an epic experience of a lifetime. We have made a commitment to ensure that we not only deliver a fantastic international adventure for our Contingent but that we will also champion youth engagement ensuring that we provide young people with opportunities to shape the Jamboree experience."

    Evie and I are in the ess of planning a variety of fundraising events and activities to raise £3,700 to enable Evie to take part in this once in a lifetime adventure. I have created this fundraising page as a central point where donations can be made and Evie's progress can be followed.

    We would like to thank everyone for their support and well wishes, we are overwhelmed and so proud of our daughter Evie.

    Emma, Del, Evie and Rowan Phillips.

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      • Anonymous

        Anonymous

        Nov 24, 2017

        Raffle money from Aline and Lloyd

        £8.00

      • Anonymous

        Anonymous

        Nov 24, 2017

        Raffle tickets from Anne, Julie, Beryl and Janice.

        £23.00

      • Anonymous

        Anonymous

        Nov 20, 2017

        Well done on being selected Evie x

        £10.00

      • Tracy Bailey

        Tracy Bailey

        Nov 19, 2017

        Well done Evie, really pleased for you sweetie xx

        £10.00

      • Sue J IRONS

        Sue J IRONS

        Nov 19, 2017

        How wonderful! Maz went to Kenya at 14 with scouts and am so pleased for Evie! X

        £20.00

      • Julie Stobart

        Julie Stobart

        Nov 18, 2017

        An amazing opportunity- you must be incredibly proud xx

        £20.00

      • Jackie Rogers

        Jackie Rogers

        Nov 18, 2017

        Such a credit to you, hope Evie enjoys her trip x

        £50.00

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