Coinadrink have partnered with Acorns as our chosen charity for the coming year, and we’re determined to play our part in helping this excellent cause. As highlighted in one of our previous blog posts, we recently donated £736.50 to the charity, but we don’t want the good work to stop there.
Coinadrink are delighted to be working with Acorns as our chosen charity for 2016-17. This excellent organisation works closely with life limited and life threatened children of all ages, as well as supporting their families, to provide tailored nursing care including short breaks, emergency and end of life care.
With three hospices situated locally, each and every one is guaranteed to provide a calming, home from home atmosphere where fun and therapeutic activities are always at the top of the agenda. Acorns understands that the children in their care face more stress and worry than someone their age ever should, so they simply wish to give them something to smile about.
Following on the success story of last year’s event, our colleague Sarah Bentley and friends recently held their 2nd Annual Bentley Bash, some of our colleagues attended what again proved to be a huge success…please see full details below:
On Saturday June 25th, Chasetown FC, kindly donated the use of their marquee and facilities for the second annual Bentley Bash.
There was a disco, tombola, sweet stall, glitter tattoos, bouncy castle and a fantastic raffle with prizes that had kindly been donated by local businesses.
This year we donated to two charities, St Giles Hospice and The British Heart Foundation.
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The last one was a huge success, and the next one will be here before you know it; the Promise Dreams annual walk. Arriving this year on Sunday 13th September, you can help raise a lot of money for seriously and terminally ill children…and help make their dreams come true. The walk is 9 miles which may seem far but in reality, your help extends much, much further than that.