We are excited to announce that our new ambassador, is non other than, Kim Woodburn.
After a very successful evening at “The Quarter” in Hanley on the 16th November, Kim confirmed her future support. The evening raised just under £1200.
The money will go towards The Mental Heath Matters Campaign.
The charity welcomed guest from as far afield as Newcastle upon Tyne, all to see The “Queen of Clean”
Kim commented that “she is willing to help in anyway that she can” and praised the staff for their hard work.
Guest enjoyed, music by Dionne Brookes, beautiful food and an exclusive interview with Kim. They even got a few cleaning tips along the way.
The Princes Trust Team 382 have been working with our fundraiser on a number of events.
So far the team has raised £450 pounds, but this figure is set to rise.
Team 382 have completed a 10K walk, a bake sale, a prize draw and a number of other events.
The young people have also made a documentary in conjunction with Staffordshire Film Archive.
The documentary will be show at the film theatre in Stoke on Trent, before being used as a fundraising tool.
The premiere will be at 6.30pm on the 21st November and will also help to raise awareness of the charity.
We are currently looking for a number of people to help us during November and December.
There is a bag pack, raffle and stall to manage at Morrisons in Newcastle under Lyme on 29th November.
We have Stoke Lions Club collection on Saturday, December 15th ASDA wolstanton during the day.
On Sunday the 16th, we are partnering with The Star Bikers Charity Egg And Toy Run. We need Marshals, bucket collectors and someone to look after our stall at the Kings hall.
Finally, we have joined with our friends at TLC Productions during the panto season to raise funds. We need people to help with the prize draw and collect donations at the end of the performance.
See link below to obtain tickets and the possible days you may be able to help.
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