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Fundraising 2022

March 2022

In light of the ongoing situation in Ukraine, we combined our dress down day money raised over the last few months to go on a shopping expedition to buy everyday essentials that we could donate to the appeal set up by Scunthorpe Fire Station.

Fundraising 2021

We continued with our monthly dress day down in 2021 and then we held a slightly scaled back McMillan coffee morning in September 2021. The money from previous dress days was combined with the coffee morning proceeds and all donated to the local McMillan branch.

Fundraising 2020

Unfortunately due the Coronavirus pandemic all further fundraising, including our annual McMillan coffee morning, was cancelled during 2020.

Fundraising 2020

January & February 2020 Dress down day money went to the Hope for Hasti Campaign

Fundraising 2019

December 2019

Our Christmas Jumper day and cake sales were in aid of Save the Children

October 2019

We donated our dress down day money this month to Sunflowers Children’s Action Group

September 2019

We again supported Macmillan by holding our yearly coffee morning for them, raising an amazing £160.00.

August 2019

We purchased Children With Cancer raffle tickets with money collected from Dress Down.

July 2019

We donated our dress down day money this month to Blood Bikes Lincolnshire

June 2019

We arranged a cupcake day and held a raffle raising funds for Alzheimer’s society and raised a fantastic £120.00.

May 2019

We sponsored David in his charity cycle ride for 4 different charities.

April 2019

This month saw Catherine take part in the Lincoln 10k race raising money for the LIVES – the Lincolnshire charity that supports 700+ highly trained and dedicated volunteers who deliver vital care in those first critical moments of a medical emergency before handing over to the ambulance service.  We lent her our support by donating our Dress Down money to this worthy cause.

March 2019

Rather than donating cash for Dress Down Day this month, we collected tins and packets of food throughout the month in response to The Blue Door’s Facebook appeal to help restock their food bank shelves.

February 2019

The proceeds from this month’s Dress Down Day were donated to the Dave Ibbotson Fund, to help locate the body of the local pilot who tragically lost his life in the air crash in the English Channel whilst flying the footballer Emilio Sala to his new club in Cardiff.

January 2019

This month our Dress Down money was donated to an appeal set up by German Shepherd Rescue Elite to help fund the vet fees for Max, a badly neglected German Shepherd.

Fundraising 2018

December 2018

We again had a collection in the office for gifts and treats to donate to The Blue Door in Scunthorpe to help them support their clients and families through Christmas.

We also donated our Dress Down Day money collected over the last few months to the local Scunthorpe & District Multiple Sclerosis Society.

October 2018

Friday 5 October 2018 saw us hosting our third MacMillan Coffee morning (a week later than normal but arranged to fit in with other staff commitments) We raised £165 which has been forwarded to our local MacMillan Support Group.

June 2018

Thursday 14 June was Alzheimers Society Cupcake Day, so we teamed up with our neighbours, Nic Dakin MPS office and hosted a coffee morning raising £80 for the charity.

March 2018

The money collected over the last six months from our 'dress down' days has been counted up and after choosing our charity from the various different ones suggested in the office we sent a donation off to Survivors of Bereavement by Suicide (SOBS) in Scunthorpe.

Fundraising 2017

December 2017

This year we heard that The Blue Door in Scunthorpe were running a 'Twelve Christmas Wishes' Appeal, designed to get support to their clients and give them and their families a Merry Christmas. The Blue Door is a service that provides support to anyone that has experienced domestic abuse and sexual violence in North and North East Lincolnshire and so, as an office, we donated and delivered some of the items on their wish list to help them in making some of those Christmas wishes come true.

Sepetember 2017

McMillan Coffee Morning we raised a fantastic £200.

August 2017

After hearing of the break in at Demeter House School, which is an independent special needs school catering for boys with a variety of additional needs including autism, social, emotional and mental health difficulties in Scawby, we decided to donate the money that had accumulated so far this year from our monthly ‘dress down’ days to help with their appeal to replace their stolen music equipment.

December 2016

The Forge in Scunthorpe run a winter project to help the homeless. The project requires donations that ultimately would fill a rucksack or even a completed filled rucksack that will be handed out to homeless people within Scunthorpe through The Forge project. So this year in the run up to Christmas we decided that we would collect donations in the office with the aim of filling at least one whole rucksack to donate to the project and we are happy to report that we more than managed this!

We also all donned our festive jumpers on our monthly 'dress down day' this month and donated all contributions for December 2016 to Save the Children Christmas Jumper Day appeal.

September 2016

We held a MacMillan coffee morning, for the second year in a row. We again jointly hosted the event with our neighbours, Nic Dakin MP's office, Handelebanken and our new neighbours Lincs Steel.

We raised a fantastic £208-45 big thanks to everyone who came along to support us.

June 2016

Together with Handlesbanken, QualitySolicitors Bradbury, Roberts & Raby & Gail Spavin Wealth Management we organised a Charity Quiz in aid of Lindsey Lodge Hospice. Thanks to all 14 teams that came along to support us, together with entrance fees and the raffle we raised an amazing £1,145.

The picture above is of all Sponsors and Staff. The winning team was Handlesbanken - well done all. It was such a great night we are looking to put on another quiz night later on in the year.

Fundraising 2016

This year to kick start our fundraising as well as our monthly dress down days we decided to raise money for Sport Relief by having a cycle relay on indoor bikes. Two bikes were going for a total of 6.75 hours, we cycled 245.4 miles throughout the day . We again joined forces with our neighbours at Nic Dakin MP's office, Handlesbanken and The Scunthorpe Telegraph. A fantastic total of £230-50 was raised.

Fundraising 2015 continued.

To round off our fundraising year we are happy to announce we have split our monthly dress down day money between two local charities The Stroke Association and Kaleidoscope Action for Children. We sent £84-22 to each charity.

You can read about our past fundraising here.

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