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There was a major boost to the fundraising campaign in June when a team of hardy souls acting as volunteer marshals  in the Caledonian Challenge.  Thanks to all those who gave up their time to do this.

There's a chance that there might be a similar event in September and Ann LLoyd will keep us up to date with that.

The fundraising online is providing a regular source of income.  There's now over £200 earned by those who've signed up and bought through  If you haven't started using it yet, please do and you'll find out how to on the next page Fundraising Online.

Bring in the pennies while you surf

If you're addicted to surfing the net, here's a way you can raise some funds for the restoration.  When you search online using easysearch, you'll raise funds for your chosen cause with every search you make. By making just 10 searches a day with easysearch instead of Google or any other search engine you can raise around £20 a year for your cause, just through your normal web searching!

Click on the link to see how it works.

To make it easier, you can set it as your homepage and use easysearch from your brower by following the links on the left-hand side of the easysearch page.


Earn funds for the church when shopping online

Do you shop online?  If you do, here's a way to earn some funds without spending an extra penny. You pay exactly the same price as on the retailers' main sites, often lower than on the high street.   The commission earned comes out of the retailers' profit margin - it is their marketing spend.

All you do is use either


In, you need tochoose St Duthac's - Dornie as the organisation you support when you register. 

After that, any shopping you do through these websites will earn commission and you'll see how much each retailer gives beside their name.  The two sites have some different retailers but many the same, including Marks and Spencer, Next, Littlewoods, Amazon, etc.  So when you shop for Christmas, you can add to St Duthac's funds without any extra effort.

If you want some more information about these, please ask some of the fundraising committee. 

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