Magdalen College, Brackley
Royal Oak, Walgrave
The pub kindly put a collecting tin on the bar to raise money for us.
39th Northampton Guides, Duston
They sent us a cheque for an amazing £2,200.
Bishop’s Stortford School
Thanks to Year 8 and the proceeds from their After Eight Challenge – who could keep their After Eight on their head for the longest.
11th Northampton Boys Brigade Company
Founded in 1923, we thank them for their continued support, and the recent cheque they sent us. You can read about the company and what they do here.
UR Actors is a not-for-profit youth theatre group for 8-18 year-olds. Their aim is to help young people embrace the world of performing arts in a safe and friendly environment. All members have the opportunity to learn acting, singing and dancing, and – just as importantly – teamwork. They take pride in seeing children develop over time and become more self-confident, more self-disciplined, all while having fun and making new friends. They recently staged Honk The Musical and donated the proceeds to Thomas’s Fund. If you want to join see their website
An intrepid team of 22 hikers from Barclaycard UK completed the UKC annual charity walk 2015 along Hadrian’s Wall on 4 July, raising £1,754.00 so far. Bravo to all who took part: Richard, Kay, James, Daniel, Rachel, Jono, Simon, Caroline, Barry, Tess, Laura, Ian, John, Natasha, Valerie, Jas, Sunder, Paul, Sally, Lisa, Eileen and Dave.
Kiwanis are very good supporters of Thomas’s Fund, having held two consecutive annual Golf Days to raise money for us. Find out more about their good works around the world here.
Thanks to Bartello’s coffee shop raising £10.30 in a collection tub before Christmas.
Thomas’s Fund were invited to join Boothville Singers for their Christmas Carol concert in December, and Jan, Perry, Sue, Tim and Lucy from the Fund had great fun. They raised a brilliant £567.33 for us.
Co-operative Funeral Care
The Co-op supported Thomas’s Fund by holding a “toddler toddle” in early December and raised £83.70 for us. Thanks to Maggie Thomson (pictured, with Lucy Smith) for organising this.