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Have a look at our past fundraising events, and see how many amazing people have organised, taken part in, and donated money to Interface.
The Fowler family raised £40 this year for Interface Uganda from selling apples from their garden and home made apple chutney. Thank you to all their neighbours who put money into the donation box – a great total for apples that otherwise would have gone to waste.
Jackie and Tim Fowler cycled the ‘Vatternrundan’ (the largest recreational bike ride in the world) to raise funds for us. They joined 20,000 people to ride the 300km (186 miles) around Lake Vattern in Sweden. It took them 13 hours (10.5 hours actual cycling time), and they rode through the night (not much darkness in June in Sweden)!
They have raised almost £300 for Interface – THANK YOU JACKIE AND TIM!
Out of the Blue Big Band has raised £340 for Interface Uganda! They had a fantastic evening back in April. Jo James (one of our trustees) is a member of the band, and can be seen conducting in one of the photos. For more about ‘Out of the blue big band’, have a look at their website: Out of the Blue Jazz or their facebook page: out of the blue jazz big band.
Thank you once again to Sue Moger and her son Isaac for organising a big tea party to raise funds for us. It was held in Otterton Village Hall, and it sounds as if lots of people ate lots of cake, as they managed to raise a huge £260! THANK YOU!😀
Out of the Blue Big Band is raising funds for Interface Uganda:
Saturday 21st April 2018
Tickets £5 from Library or Band Members, limited tickets on door
Sounds like a lot of fun!
Have a look at their website for more details: Out of the Blue Jazz
Or like the facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/outofthebluejazzbigband/ for regular updates.
Sue Moger has once again been raising funds for us – this time with tea and cakes at the Russell Clinic. Thanks also to all the OT staff and residents there – they made £57.55. Sue writes…
‘I do a fundraiser once a year as its good for our residents to think of others less fortunate than themselves… it supports the ‘5 ways to mental well- being’ approach, which we use a lot in our service..
2) to give
3) stay active
4) learn […]
Thank you to all the lovely people who live near us who have put money in the donation box for apples and apple crumbles (made by Gemma). I’ve just counted up the money and it came to £43!