Skegness Day Centre - Fundraising
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Fundraising at Skegness Day Centre

How you can help!. The Day Centre, as with all Charity Organisations, depend on donations from the public. There are many ways in which you could consider helping us: Donations of Bric-a-Brac are always needed for our Bric-aBrac table and charity stalls. Join our 100 Club which is run by the Skegness Centre. This way you have a chance of winning small prizes each month. Each membership to the 100 Club costs £1.00 per month.

Now that Christmas is well and truly behind us it is time to start thinking about holidays, putting a little away each week helps to spread the cost, why not start a 100 club in your area? Save your loose change for a month. Its surprising how much money you have lying around in our pockets after shopping, or an evening out. You could sort out 1p, 2p, 5p, 10p, and 20p pieces and put them aside for the Day Centre.

How much could you donate using this method? Hold a Boot or Garage sale on behalf of the Centre. Garages and attics are the usual place we keep items which we have replaced or have no further use of. Why not hold a garage sale to get rid of those bits and pieces. Remember that one persons cast off is another persons treasure.

Send some or all of the proceeds to the Centre. Host a Coffee Morning from Home. This is a very effective way of collecting for the Day Centre. Invite your friends around for coffee. ask them all to donate just 50p, or £1.00 to the Centre in exchange for coffee and biscuits.

All donations are used to help continue providing quality services for the people attending the Centre, why not call in and see how your donations are used and the pleasure it gives to those who use the Centre.

Coffee mornings for 2015 will be held on Saturday mornings on the following dates: 14th February, 14th March, 11th April, 9th May, 11th July, 12th September and 10th October 2015

On Saturday June 20th, there will be a Fun Day held in the hospital grounds with the proceeds coming to the Day Centre.  The event starts at 1pm and will be opened by author Margaret Dickinson.  The day should finish around 4 pm.

A big thank you to those who sponsor these events and to all those who attend and supported.



Mandy Hayes, the Centre Manager, Sandy Grant, a Driver/Passenger Assistant at the Centre, Connor Lewis from Duncan & Toplis and the Earl of Scarbrough, the Patron of the Day Centre are doing a sponsored Wing Walk.   

Don't forget you can purchase gift vouchers from the day Centre for your loved ones, they make an ideal birthday or special occasion gift for the ones you love but really can't think what to get them that they would like or use.