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  • Abseiling Aylesbury’s iconic (if not hugely aesthetically pleasing!) County Hall to raise money for The British Red Cross

    By admin | Sep 14th, 2016 | Miscellaneous | 1 Comments

    Hello,

     In just over 2 weeks I will be abseiling Aylesbury’s iconic (if not hugely aesthetically pleasing!) County Hall to raise money for The British Red Cross, please see below a link to the fundraising page should you wish to contribute.

    http://uk.virginmoneygiving.com/fundraiser-web/fundraiser/showFundraiserProfilePage.action?userUrl=AmyTimms

    Amy is undertaking this challenge to support the British Red Cross and their work to help those in crisis; whoever and wherever they are.

    Your support could help save lives in the UK and across the globe. The list below gives you an idea of just how much your sponsorship could do:

    £1 could buy 3 foil blankets for use by evacuees and survivors of an emergency

    £5 could provide drinking water for four people for a year

    Thank you for taking the time to visit my Virgin Money Giving Page.

    I am undertaking this challenge to support the British Red Cross and their work to help those in crisis; whoever and wherever they are.

    As a member of Team Red Cross, I know that all my hard work in training and fundraising will really make a difference.

    Your support could help save lives in the UK and across the globe. The list below gives you an idea of just how much your sponsorship could do:

    £1 could buy 3 foil blankets for use by evacuees and survivors of an emergency

    £5 could provide drinking water for four people for a year

    £10 could heat a social care centre in Mongolia for a month

    £20 could buy a first aid kit for Emergency Response teams to use in the UK

    £25 could provide a volunteer with a home based care kit which will last for one year and provide care to around 120 people who are housebound or bedridden in South Africa

    £50 could provide technical support and seed rice to 12 low land rice farmers in Liberia

    £80 could provide treatment to over 250 people affected by cholera

    £100 could provide transport for a vulnerable person after a stay in hospital, and someone to stay with them while they settle back into their home

    £250 could provide food, drinks and refreshments stock for around 50 vulnerable people displaced from an emergency in the UK

    Thank you for reading this and we wish Amy luck!

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    • Tess

      2nd December 2016 at 9:07 am

      Life is short, and this article saved vaublale time on this Earth.

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