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£7,317
raised of £6,000 target by 370 supporters

    Weʼve raised £7,317 to allow a successful bid for an Oor Wullie sculpture for Ninewells Hospital and let every member of staff own a little bit of it!!

    Dundee, Scotland, United Kingdom
    Funded on Tuesday, 13th September 2016

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    The Oor Wullie Bucket Trail, supported by the Archie Foundation, has become an incredibly popular event within Tayside this year. These Wullies have generated a lot of interest in the area and will hopefully generate a lot of money when the sculptures are go under auction on September 13th. Check out www.oorwulliebuckettrail.com.

    Money raised goes to the Archie Foundation who hope to make a big difference to local children when they are sick and aim to support the building of the new twin operating suite within the Tayside Childrens Hospital.

    We think it would be great if the staff of NHS Tayside could crowd fund enough money to bid for one, so it could be a permanent feature in the Childrens Hospital and we could each own a little bit of it.

    Thanks for your support in supporting our aim to reach our ambitious target of £6000 - we might even try to get 2!!!

    In the event of not raising enough or an unsuccessful bid, all the money raised still goes to The Archie Foundation so the children of Tayside will still benefit.

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    • Simon Crawley4 years ago
      Simon Crawley

      Simon Crawley

      4 years ago
      Update from the Page owner

      Thanks so much to you all for making this happen!! It has been so great to be involved in this. We will be seeing Oor Wullie in the hospital soon!

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    • Simon Crawley4 years ago
      Simon Crawley

      Simon Crawley

      4 years ago

      The contributions just keep coming. Now over £4600 and at 77% of target. Nearly there NHS Tayside!!,

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    • Simon Crawley4 years ago
      Simon Crawley

      Simon Crawley

      4 years ago

      NHS Tayside staff have crowd funded over £4000 for the Archie Foundation Oor Wullie auction bid. Something to feel very proud to be part of!!

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    • Simon Crawley4 years ago
      Simon Crawley

      Simon Crawley

      4 years ago

      2 days!! £830. A few weeks still to go before auction. This is great. Thanks all.

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    4 years ago

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    Page last updated on: 9/13/2016 18.49

    Supporters

    370

    • Kirsty Kilday

      Kirsty Kilday

      Sep 13, 2016

      £10.00

    • Helen Allott

      Helen Allott

      Sep 13, 2016

      £20.00

    • Anonymous

      Anonymous

      Sep 13, 2016

      £10.00

    • Anonymous

      Anonymous

      Sep 13, 2016

      Good luck for tonight!!

      £10.00

    • Calum & Jane Grant

      Calum & Jane Grant

      Sep 13, 2016

      Better late than never - well done, Simon.Remember your poker face for tonight's auction!

      £50.00

    • Anonymous

      Anonymous

      Sep 13, 2016

      £10.00

    • Teresa Arnott

      Teresa Arnott

      Sep 13, 2016

      Good luck

      £10.00

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    Simon Crawley

    Simon Crawley

    Dundee, Scotland, United Kingdom

    Hi I am Simon Crawley, a consultant anaesthetist at Ninewells Hospital and am a keen supporter of the Archie Foundation in their efforts to make a real difference to the kids of Tayside. We hope NHS Tayside staff will join together and help win an Oor Wullie at auction!!

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