Thank you to everyone who has supported NEWCIS throughout July, August and September. Without the support of these donors NEWCIS would be unable to provide such a tailored service to carers.
Well done to the team from Thames Valley Controls with their challenge of walking up Snowdon. They all successfully completed the challenge and raised over £2,100 for NEWCIS.
Thank you to the following businesses for supporting the Thames Valley Controls Walkers:
- Diamond Electronics
- A & A Electrical Distributors Ltd
- Cope Electronics Ltd
- Alpine Technology Ltd
- Fox Design and Manufacturing Services Ltd
- Panasonic Electric Works UK Ltd
Well done to the 3 Peaks challengers. They successfully completed their challenge in the 24 hours (Ben Nevis, Scafell Pike and Snowdon). They all successfully completed the challenge and raised over £3,800 to provide breaks to carers in Denbighshire.
Thank you to the following businesses for supporting the challenge: Denbigh and District Round Table, Mars-Jones Ltd, Denbigh Rotary Club.
August 31st brought the Beatles* to Mold for an absolutely fantastic performance. Not only did we have an evening packed with Beatles songs but we raised £1,582 for NEWCIS. Thank you to Charity Rocks Wales, The Alun School Mold, Asda Queensferry and Pen y Bont Farm for supporting the event. If you posed for pictures in front of the green screen take a look at the pictures on this link.
Congratulations to the Weight Watchers groups for completing their 5kmyway challenge. They successfully completed the challenge with some participants walking up Snowdon. They raised £459 for NEWCIS (below).
Well done to Bernie and his family (below) with their recent photography exhibit. The exhibit was a tribute to Mo and NEWCIS. The photographs on display were fantastic with lots of excellent feedback. They raised £331.26 for NEWCIS.
This quarter has also seen the following donations:
|Churches of Bistre during their Gift Day||£267|
|Craft Sales by NEWCIS Crafters||£274.62|
Thank you to everyone for voting for us at Asda Queensferry. We successfully won £200 from the Asda Community Fund.