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FUNDRAISING

Seahorse has been fortunate to receive donations from individuals, businesses and local organisations over many years. These funds have helped the swimmers to compete in galas, enjoy social functions, days out and purchase vital equipment to assist the swimmers.

Volunteers at Seahorse have also helped to boost the Club's funds by holding a variety of activities. These include jumble sales, coffee mornings, raffles, fashion shows, cheese and wine evenings, car boot sales, duck races, sponsored swims, bike rides and walks.

As well as fundraising for Seahorse, Club members have raised thousands of pounds for other good causes and charities. They have also supported other organisations with their fundraising activities, such as the Rotary Club of Crewe (Christmas Float) and at the HMS Ambuscade reunions.

Some of the beneficiaries of the fundraising events at Seahorse in recent years are as follows:

1997 - Special Olympics Appeal - £931

2006 - The Crewe & Nantwich B.C. Mayor's Appeal  - £422

2011 - Newlife Foundation - £1935.25

2013 - One in Eleven Appeal at Leighton Hospital - £630

2013 - St Luke’s Hospice (S. Savage) - £350

2014 - St Luke’s Hospice - £670

2014 - Motor Neurone Disease Association - £25

2015 - Downs Syndrome Awareness Day - £238

​2015 - Friends for Leisure (R. Dutton) - £325

​2016 - Sports Relief (S. Savage) - £200

2016 - Ronald McDonald House at Alder Hey Hospital (J. Hinde) - £800

2016 - Critical Care Ward at Leighton Hospital - £200

2017 - Stewart Bloor Wheelchair Appeal - £825.65

2017 - Children in Need - £100

 

CERTIFICATES AND LETTERS OF APPRECIATION AND PRESENTATIONS OF CHEQUES

 

Thank you certificate from the

Newlife Foundation (the charity for disabled children)

 

Presentation of £630 to the

One in Eleven Appeal ​

 

Letter of thanks from

St Luke's (Cheshire) Hospice

 

Thank you certificate from

World Down Syndrome Day

 

Presentation of £800 to

The Ronald McDonald House​​

 

Presentation of £825.65 to

Stuart Bloor's Wheelchair Appeal 

 

 

 

 




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