Fundraisers, Jen Aspinall and Gina Trotter, surrounded by cuddly toys looking for new homes
Fundraisers, Jen Aspinall and Gina Trotter, surrounded by cuddly toys looking for new homes
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Cuddly toys to help children’s cancer charity’s fundraising

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Children’s , Candlelighters, are appealing for pubs and other businesses to help support their work by raffling cuddly toys by guessing the toys name. The toys have been donated to the . They are producing a pack to accompany the toys to help supporters make the most of their fundraising.

The money raised will help Candlelighters continue to support children with , and their families, throughout Yorkshire.

Community Fundraiser for , , and Bridlington, Jen Aspinall said:

This is a very simple and fun way of supporting us. We want to involve as many organisations as possible in our fundraising efforts and want them to feel a sense of pride that they are helping such a worthwhile cause. The money raised will enable us to continue to support our work locally.

 

Organisations who want to support Candlelighters by raffling a toy should contact Jen by phoning her on 0113 322 9283 or emailing info@candlelighters.org.uk

 




 


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