Pauline Walsh of Yorkshire Finest Estate Agents writes: Cancer has no boundaries nor does it discriminate against age! Yorkshire's Finest Estate Agents pledge our funding to dedicating our Charity Auction Ball this year to Macmillan Cancer Care. They support not only those directly affected by cancer but the friends and family that are touched when they receive the devastating news when cancer is diagnosed.
Yorkshire’s Finest Estate Agent's with the support of Agents Giving are hosting a Charity Ball on the 28th April at Bagden Hall, Denby Dale, West Yorkshire. All proceeds raised by our Auction, Raffle and Dog Walk hosted on the 28th March 2018 will go directly to Macmillan Cancer Care.
Further details are available from Rebecca and Pauline at firstname.lastname@example.org
A team from The Property Centre, including one of the founding Partners, Steve Jones, are running the London Marathon in April to raise money for a local disabled children’s charity in Gloucester called The Spring Centre. Supporting local charities, especially the smaller, underfunded ones, is important to us as a Company and whilst The Spring Centre is not high-profile, it gives invaluable support to hundreds of disabled children and their families across Gloucestershire. They are currently trying to fund a much-needed new playground, so all the money we raise will go towards that, but we definitely underestimated what was involved when we signed up. None of us have ever run a marathon before and it feels like the training has taken over our lives, but knowing that we’re helping such a deserving cause makes the long runs much more bearable.
In the last 3 years, we have raised over &25,000 for the charity which is based in Dorchester on Thames, and supports children in the UK by providing financial assistance to families in need of support, enabling children with cerebral palsy and other neuromotor disorders to access the Footsteps therapy programme and benefit from specialist equipment whilst at home.
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Our target for 2018 is &10,000 and this will be helped by James running the Reading Half Marathon in March
The format will be the same as before and application forms will be available to anyone wishing to take part. We had the maximum number of players in 2017 of 148 and priority will be given to those who supposed the event in recent years.