John Taylor Hospice is aiming to reach more local families with the launch of its new Three Year Strategic Plan, The Way Ahead.
Over the the busy Christmas period I am delighted to report that we have collected the brilliant sum of £5500.
Now in its 21st year, 220 pupils took part in the Rotary District Special Needs Football Festival, held at Aston Villa Football Club Academy recently.
M&S Sutton Coldfield has raised over £3000 after a month-long fundraising campaign for Macmillan Cancer Support’s flagship annual event, World’s Biggest Coffee Morning.
Friends of Good Hope Hospital were delighted to have collected an incredible £6,000 from the Sainsbury’s Local on Walsall Street in Sutton Coldfield, the results of a successful year’s charity work with the local supermarket.
The KIDS West Midlands charity has a new piece of equipment at their Early Years Centre on Birmingham Road in Sutton Coldfield, following a donation by the Rotary Club of Wylde Green.
A brave ten-year-old from Sutton Coldfield has had her long locks shaved off for charity declaring: “It’s only hair, it will grow back!”
More than 20 people went over the edge in a 170ft abseil to raise money for John Taylor Hospice. Descending 17 floors from the roof of Birmingham’s Park Regis Hotel, the abseilers have raised over £6,000 to support families across the West Midlands.
Parkinson’s UK Royal Sutton Coldfield and North Birmingham Branch has received a cheque from Sainsbury’s Mere Green to the value of £8,365.87
Members of the Rotary Club of Wylde Green have been in action again helping out...