SENSE, the national deafblind charity, is looking for support from volunteers in Milton Keynes with their fundraising activities this spring.
The charity are looking for members of the public to give one hour of their time to help raise vital funds in bucket collection’s to be held locally on April 26 and 27.
Donations taken on the day will help the charity continue to support deafblind people and their families.
Head of Community Fundraising, Shad Everett, said: “With this year’s bucket collections just around the corner we are looking for active and enthusiastic people in the community to get involved with the charity and help us raise vital funds for deafblind people.
“One of the great things about collections is that, as long as you are enthusiastic, friendly and positive, absolutely anyone can get involved.
“Regardless of age or volunteering experience, we want everyone to join in and help us make this year’s Bucket Collection a huge success.”
For further information about Sense’ ‘Small Change Big Difference’ event and how you can help visit www.sense.org.uk/bucketcollection or contact the Fundraising Team on firstname.lastname@example.org or call 0300 330 9259.
Source: MKWEB – http://www.mkweb.co.uk/Charities/Deafblind-charity-looking-for-Milton-Keynes-support-20140309090000.htm?
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