Supporting Our Community
As a small family business we are dedicated to supporting the community that we are part of. Each year we run a variety of fundraising events and donate all proceeds to local charities.
Charity Fundraising Support
To support local fundraising initiatives we donate store vouchers or prize bundles on a draw basis. Dates of our draws, including upcoming dates are detailed below. To enter your charity or fundraising initiative into the next draw please email details and contact information to email@example.com.
1st June 2017 – Winner The Willows Preschool. For their Summer Family Fun Evening.
1st October 2017 – Winner Hopes and Memories Charity Ball, fundraising for Cancer Research UK.
1st April 2018 – Winner Longscroft Children’s Nursery School, fundraising for nursery resources at their Summer Fete.
1st September 2018 – Winner The Roman Ride York to Bath, fundraising for Cancer Research and Dystonia.
1st November 2018 – Winner Fairfield Farm College for their fundraising Christmas Fair.
1st April 2019 – Winner Goodson Lodge Care Centre for their Easter Fayre.
3rd June 2019 – Winner Malmesbury Carnival & Festival 2019 for their Grand Raffle.
Next draw date: 5th August 2019
If your organisation receives one of our donated prizes we would kindly request that it is acknowledged with a mention on your website with a link to our website, and our logo visible at the fundraising event the prize voucher is used. All charities and fundraising initiatives local to our stores can submit their details to enter and there is no limit on how many draws a charity can enter into. We will detail the beneficiary of each of our prizes on this web page after the draw has taken place. Terms and conditions do apply.
Jack Just Wants To Be
In 2017 we collected and donated to Jack £275 in our store donation buckets. Read his story:
Jack Cannings lives in Trowbridge and is five-years-old. Last year Jack was diagnosed with Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy (DMD), a progressive muscle wasting condition. Sadly, treatment is limited and there is no cure. Sufferers lose the ability to walk before their teens and life expectancy is between mid to late 20s, although many don’t survive beyond their teens. Jack’s family are fundraising to enable them to do everything they can to make the time that Jack has left as comfortable as possible. You can donate to support Jack by visiting www.gofundme.com/jackjustwantstobe