Nominations for S2KUK Charity of the Year Close in 2 Days!
It is time to receive your nominations for the S2KUK Charity of the Year for the forthcoming Club Year.
You can see here how the Club has raised almost £30,000.00 in the past few years all for very good causes.
Now it is your chance to nominate your charity of choice.
Nominations will close on 30th April 2012, at which point there will be a vote to select from the top 3.
Post your nominations in comments :-)Comment by Ian Eygelsheim - 20th Apr 2012 @ 07:19:00 PM
RSPCA - always in need of support and tends to get overshadowed by many of the bigger charities.Comment by Martin Hancock - 21st Apr 2012 @ 07:08:47 PM
The Gambia Horse and Donkey Sanctuary :)
If not is there a list of choices or do I just pick a charity?Comment by Pippa Eygelsheim - 23rd Apr 2012 @ 01:45:02 PM
This is for nominations - those closer to home and with some relation to the club in some way are likely to get more votes once nominations are in.Comment by Ian Eygelsheim - 23rd Apr 2012 @ 06:18:34 PM
A year on and the work of the Red Cross in providing help to the people affected by the Japan Tsunami is not over, even though the disaster no longer has the media's attention.
I'd like to nominate the British Red Cross / Honda Tsunami Appeal as S2KUK charity of the year for a second year so that we can help with the ongoing assistance.
More information on the ongoing work in areas such as health care, rebuilding communities and supporting education in the affected areas of Japan can be found here:Comment by Gary Jackson - 29th Apr 2012 @ 06:45:20 PM
One of the UK's most common, life threatening genetic conditions with over 9000 people suffering from the condition and 1 in 25 people (over 2 million) who carry the gene that causes it.Comment by Alex Collins - 30th Apr 2012 @ 09:08:16 PM
I would like to nominate the Rainbow Trust Childrens Charity for the outstanding way in which they support families with children with life threatening illnesses, looking after siblings, driving the child & parents to hospital appointments & being a support to the family in any way they need. They continue to support the family through bereavement if need be and the family support workers become part of the family. Rainbow need all the fundraising help they can get in order to be able to support more families.Comment by Carole Pearson - 30th Apr 2012 @ 10:29:09 PM
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