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£270raised of £200 target by 5 supporters

    Weʼve raised £270 to Support Woodside Care Homes Residents Funds

    Coatbridge, United Kingdom
    Funded on Sunday, 15th October 2017

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    We're going to the run the Bank of Scotland 10k run in October to help raise funds for Woodside Care Home residents. This will help them get little extras for Christmas, Easter etc. We feel people choose to support the bigger charities and so on, but for us we want to help the local community.

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      5

      • Linzi

        Linzi

        Oct 9, 2017

        Great place to be fundraising for💜

        £210.00

      • Stephen Sorbie

        Stephen Sorbie

        Sep 19, 2017

        Good luck pal from Stephen & Bindiya.

        £20.00

      • David Whitelaw

        David Whitelaw

        Sep 19, 2017

        That's me in

        £20.00

      • Emma Hamilton

        Emma Hamilton

        Sep 18, 2017

        Good luck xx

        £10.00

      • Anonymous

        Anonymous

        Sep 15, 2017

        £10.00

      Great people make things happen

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      Kimmy Cunningham

      Kimmy Cunningham

      Coatbridge, United Kingdom

      Woodside Care Home is privately own so doesnt receive any funding from the council. The care workers take it upon themselves to fundraise every year so they can get wee bibs and bobs for the residents and still caring for the residents. Any small donation counts for the residents

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