Thanks Goes To...
A very big thank you to our volunteer Helen and her sister Liz Bailey who organised a coffee morning recently that raised over £300. A fabulous boost to our funds, we are very grateful indeed.
A huge THANK YOU to Steve Clements and Alan Sharp for raising £1200 for us by walking the 87 miles from Ivanhoe Beacon to The Sanctuary, along the Ridgeway in five days. A remarkable achievement - well done! This donation amounts to a very significant contribution towards covering our costs.
A huge thanks to all of the lovely people who have donated clothing to us recently. We don't have all of your names, but please be assured that your donations are already making life a whole lot more comfortable for our guests. Thanks particularly for the very generous donation of brand new underwear and socks. Thanks to OHM Clothing Ltd for thinking of us again.
A big THANK YOU to Co-op Funeralcare in Maryport Street for their very kind donation of cakes last week. They were very much appreciated!
A big THANK YOU to the Good Afternoon Choir for supporting us at their recent concert. They have given us a superb sum of £352. We simply couldn't provide the service that we do without this kind of support.
A big THANK YOU to Wiltshire Wildlife Trust for their recent kind donation of beef.
This will be used to produce some delicious meals for our guests!
A big THANK YOU to the outgoing Mayor Andy Geddes for adopting Opendoors as one of the Mayor's 3 charities last year and presenting us with a cheque for £500 on 18th June. This was received by Sue Buxton, Jacky Thomas and John Saunders on behalf of Opendoors in the Council Chamber at the Town Hall this morning.
A big THANK YOU to Devizes Lions who presented us with £500 on 13th June. Hilary and Helen attended the Devizes Lions Presentation Evening and received the cheque on our behalf.
A big THANK YOU to Year 6 at Trinity School who baked and sold lots of cakes recently and raised £72.12 which they presented to us on 19th June.
Thank You Devizine
A huge thank you goes to Darren Worrow for organising the two music events at the Cellar Bar, which together raised over £200.
The Sing Alive Choir's event on the 11th May, along with their very generously donated tea and coffee money has resulted in over £400 for Devizes Opendoors. We are so very grateful for their support.