The Sporting Bears Motor Club, who’ve been raising money for children’s charities since 1989, continue to support Thomas’s Fund through events such as a day out at Rockingham Speedway where the club invited some Thomas’s Fund families to join them. Thanks to the Sporting Bears!
John and Christine Collins
The parents of patron Andrew Collins continue to enthusiastically support and promote Thomas’s Fund, particularly through their links to Wellingborough Hatton Rotary Club and Inner Wheel.
Roade Music and Performing Arts Centre
The Centre held an Easter concert for Thomas’s Fund, with a raffle and “guess the weight of the cake”, and raised £140. Find out more about what they do here.
Cafe at the station
Thanks to the cafe and its customers at Wellingborough Station for supporting Thomas’s Fund. Drop in there for a drink and a snack for your journey.
A great charity, founded by Thomas’s Fund Musical Patron John Bowman, dedicated to providing educational and therapeutic music programmes for young people, Notivate kindly gave us a donation. You can read more about them here.
The Good Shot Rising
The Good Shot Rising pub in Mill Road, Wellingborough kindly raised money for us. The pic shows our Chair, Jan Hall, accepting the cheque. She enjoyed sharing a drink and meeting everybody at this very friendly venue. Check it out if you are in Wellingborough.
The Northampton Adult School Organisation supported Thomas’s Fund during 2014 and raised £400 for us on fundraising days. Read about the good work they do at their website.
Katie and Phillipa
Katie and Philippa from Caroline Chisholm School in Northampton decided to support Thomas’s Fund by holding a CCS music festival and a crispy creme sale. They raised £543.45 and are pictured presenting the cheque to founder Lucy.