Successful fundraising concert
Posted on 3rd May 2019 at 12:22
Brandhall Community Choir and BUGS Ukulele Group concert raised an amazing £410.26!
Brandhall Community Choir and BUGS Ukulele Strummers performed at Brandhall Labour Club to raise money for Cerebral Palsy Midlands (CPM) on Friday 26th April 2019.
With a lot of thought into organising the evening and selling tickets as well as local community support with raffle prizes they raised an incredible £410.26 on the evening and CPM are incredibly thankful.
CPM took a small group along on the evening to enjoy the performance and Centre Manager Gary Watson gave a speech about our charity and the great work that we do, delivering a service to our disabled adult citizens. We are so very grateful to have this support from community groups like Brandhall Community Choir and BUGS Ukulele Group. It really does go along way.
They are not just our supporters but certainly good friends of our charity, always offering to support our cause in anyway they can. In April Brandhall Community Choir came and joined in our fun WheelnWalk sponsored walk, singing at The Bandstand in Cannon Hill Park and making everyone feel happy as they sang around the park, all bright and cheery.
The concert had a lot of support from local community groups, they sold raffle tickets on the evening with many many prizes to win. Everyone had a really enjoyable evening and it was a brilliant way for us as a charity to raise awareness as well as fundraising.
We want to thank all the members of the Brandhall Community Choir, BUGS Ukulele Strummers, to those who donated raffle prizes as well as everyone that attended the evening.
For more information about Brandhall Community Choir please visit their Facebook page .
If you are interested in organising a fundraiser please do get in contact with Development Officer Sarah Lilly either by email email@example.com or telephone 0121 427 3182 ext 3.
Tagged as: Brandhall Community Choir, BUGS Ukulele Group, Community Support, Concert, Event, Fundraiser
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