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We Give Up...!
Supporters of Folkestone Sports Centre are 'Giving Up' in March to raise funds to replace equipment in our Sensory Room.
March 2017 - March 2017
Charity information: Folkestone Sports Centre Trust Ltd
We are raising funds to replace equipment which was vandalised in our Sensory Room.
All funds raised will help towards replacing the damaged equipment, which will make it more of an enjoyable and relaxing space for all who use it.
To raise funds to help towards replacing equipment vandalised in the Sensory Room.
Activities» Supporters of the centre are 'Giving Up' something they enjoy in order to return the Sensory Room to how it was, enjoyable and relaxing for all.
What success will look like
Every participant has accepted that, should they fail to give it up, they will donate the money they spent on there 'give up' to this cause.
It will bring the Sensory Room back to it's former standards, making it as enjoyable and relaxing as ever before. This will include replacing the three damaged bubble tubes and repairing the fiber optic lighting cables and interactive touch pads.
There are no risks with this project. It is all down to the willpower of the supporters and the generosity of others.
We will display the success of this project throughout the centre and social media, describing what has come from the generosity of others.
Budget - Project Cost: £3,000Loading graph....
Amount Heading Description £3,000 Repair/Replace All equipment back to fully working condition.
Within the centre.
Adults and children with disabilities as well as parents and babies.
It is our room which was vandalised, therefore it is our responsibility to return it to it's former glory.
Read more about the Charity running this project.
Tessa Stickler & Lynne Smith
They both have chosen to 'Give Up' smoking to support the project.
Corrie Shackle & Ashley White
They both have chosen to 'Give Up' chocolate to support the project.
Brian Hollands & Chris Buckle
They both have chosen to 'Give Up' coffee and sweets to support the project.