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£6,915
raised of £5,000 target by 200 supporters

    Weʼve raised £6,915 to Kincaidston community centre are raising funding for Kincaidston, to rebuild their community after a gas explosion.

    Funded on Friday, 19th November 2021

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    Last night kincaidston was hit by a devastating disaster, where there was a gas explosion, kincaidston community centre has set this page up to help raise funds for the local community to rebuild, Due to the disaster some of the residents houses have been demolished and others have been affected where doors and windows have been smashed and blown out, any funds raised will help with repairs, The community have been fantastic and this as brought the place together with regards to helping others, wither its with clearing debris up or helping with peoples mental health. The community centre has been open to help with regards to feeding and having a place of safety for anyone affected. Kincaidston Community Centre are working hard behind the scenes and are the main focal point for help and information.

    Any donation made will make a big difference to help rebuild their community

    Best Regards

    Robert Dunn

    Treasurer for Kincaidston Community Centre.

    #Community Matters

    #Pray for Kincaidston

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    3

    • Robert Dunn3 years ago
      Robert Dunn

      Robert Dunn

      3 years ago

      Thanks to all that donated to our cause, the final count will be published once just giving deducts their fees which is 2.9% + 25p per donation. These funds will help so much with regards to helping with aid, the page is now closed and the funds are on there way to us we just need to wait until they are released from just giving. Best Regards Treasurer of KCC

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    • Robert Dunn3 years ago
      Robert Dunn

      Robert Dunn

      3 years ago

      Just want to say thanks to all that’s donated so far, these funds are going to help so so much and every penny gained will help rebuild the community of kincaidston. Sending our thanks from the committee and our volunteers ❤️

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    • Robert Dunn3 years ago
      Robert Dunn

      Robert Dunn

      3 years ago

      I would just like to thank everyone that has donated so far, please please please keep it going we can do this is been amazing so far the help so far has been outstanding. Food donation and clothing donation and personal stuff has been greatly appreciated. Thanks again. Robert Treasurer for KCC

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    Page last updated on: 11/20/2021 10.53

    Supporters

    200

    • John Gardiner

      John Gardiner

      Nov 5, 2021

      Great Cause & deserves backing 100%

      £20.00

    • Anonymous

      Anonymous

      Nov 4, 2021

      £30.00

    • Anonymous

      Anonymous

      Oct 30, 2021

      £40.00

    • Anonymous

      Anonymous

      Oct 29, 2021

      £10.00

    • M and M Warren

      M and M Warren

      Oct 29, 2021

      £20.00

    • Anonymous

      Anonymous

      Oct 27, 2021

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      Tropic Skincare with Kim

      Oct 27, 2021

      Fundraising from my amazing customers at Tropic Skincare with Kim xx

      £130.00

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