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Charity fundraising walk with a difference – across hot coals!

Although most of our fundraising is for our corporate charity, sometimes other causes stand out for different reasons…

Randall & Payne was formed in Stroud back in 1879 and the firm was based in Rodborough Court for the best part of 50 years. With our roots in Stroud, when Will Abbott was asked by Andy Jarrett if he would consider sponsoring a fire walk for three amazing Stroud based charities, he was pleased to oblige.

We are supporting the fire walk with sponsorship to cover the printing of banners and flyers for the event which is due to take place at the stunning Stonehouse Court Hotel on Friday 22 October, 6-8pm.

The organisers are seeking brave souls to challenge themselves whilst raising funds for the following three charities; Allsorts, The Door and The Nelson Trust.

Will said “We are excited to be involved with the fire walk helping to raise vital funds for these three fantastic charities. It will certainly be an event to be remembered by all who take part!”

Anyone who is willing pluck up the courage to take on what could be the shortest sponsored walk they will ever do is invited to do so. Why not challenge friends, family or colleagues to join you for what will be an exciting memorable evening. Fun with purpose! We now need to find out if anyone from the Randall & Payne team is willing to take part…

Registration is just £30. Participants, who must be aged 14+ are asked to raise £100 which can go to any of the charities or split equally between all three. To find out more and sign up visit the event Facebook page.

The photo (left to right) features:

  • Anne Townsend, Operations and Events Coordinator at The Door
  • Rachael Fletcher, Fundraising and Communications Manager at Allsorts
  • Will Abbott, Partner at Randall & Payne
  • Andy Jarrett, Fundraising and Communications Lead at The Nelson Trust

Information about the charities:

Allsorts

Allsorts is a dynamic charity providing a huge range of activities for families who have children with additional needs in Gloucestershire. These activities range from youth clubs, to play sessions and a wide range of sport and fitness to get involved with. Allsorts also has a toy library which lends toys and specialist equipment. It prides itself on the support it gives to the wider family – whether that’s through trips out, advice surgeries, siblings’ hang-outs and a grandparents group.

To donate to Allsorts, or find out how you can register for the Firewalk, you can visit www.allsortsglos.org.uk.To get in touch with Allsorts about fundraising, please call 01453 750474 or email Rachael Fletcher Rachael.fletcher@allsortsglos.org.uk

The Door

The Door’s mission is to bring hope into the lives of young people and their families, through unlocking potential and opening opportunity so their past does not define their future. Motivated by the Christian values of hope, forgiveness and prayer The Door delivers its services at the heart of local communities, seeking to engage stakeholders from the bottom up. We have in-depth knowledge of the local area and its people, we tackle the root causes leading to enduring results and are prepared to deal with complex issues that other agencies shy away from. The Door travels with people for the long term – walking alongside them, carrying the burden and never giving up.

For more information please contact: info@thedoor.org.uk 01453756745

The Nelson Trust

The Nelson Trust helps provides rehabilitation from addiction and substance abuse for men and women. It gives them hope and support for long-term recovery and the belief and confidence which they need in order to achieve this. It also supports vulnerable women in the community who are in need of help with a variety of matters such as physical/mental health, accommodation, finance and family relationships.

To find out more please contact Andy at events@nelsontrust.com  or call 07468 860144 or visit www.nelsontrust.com

 

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