On this page you’ll find details of events over the next few months. We’d love to see you at any of these and if you have ideas for fundraising activities – however challenging or unusual – it would be great to hear from you. Send your ideas to firstname.lastname@example.org
You can also help the Rob George Foundation when you shop online – and it doesn’t cost you a penny! Click here to go to our easyfundraising page and find out more.
END TO END – WITH LOVE
This book tells the story of four years in the life of an ordinary mum (Lorraine George). It’s a book from the heart, that attempts to record and share what it is like to find your life out of control.
“End to End – with love. x” is a journey through the eyes of a mum, as her youngest son faces a life threatening illness. Alongside this runs an account of her journey, literally from the end to end of Britain, on a bike!
Click here to see more details and order your copy. All proceeds from the sale of this book will go to the Rob George Foundation.
List of Events
1st April 2020 - 30th September 2020
Calling Local Businesses, Groups and Clubs………
Are you up for a challenge? Well it’s this simple – Essex Chambers of Commerce will give you £50 and between 1st April 2020 and 30th September 2020 you try to convert this into as much money as you can manage.
We make the initial investment and then it’s over to you to let your imaginations run wild, and your FUNdraising events can go even wilder!
You have a period of 6 months commencing 1st April’20 and finishing at the end of September’20. Sometime soon after this date Denise Rossiter, CEO of Essex Chamber of Commerce, and Lorraine George (Trustee of the RGF) will walk the length and breadth of Essex, to each participating business, to collect the funds you’ve so generously raised.
The Rob George Foundation exists in memory of Rob, who died aged 21 in 2013, after a battle bravely fought against Leukaemia.
The Foundation’s aims are:-
20th June 2020 - 21st June 2020
The Essex Way is a way-marked 81-mile long walk, starting in Epping in the southwest, crossing the Dedham Vale and Constable country, finishing at the port of Harwich on the Stour estuary.
It passes through ancient woodlands, open farmland, tree-lined river valleys and leafy green lanes, unveiling historic towns and villages along the way. Follow the poppies……………..
Calling Local Businesses, Groups of friends, individuals and Clubs………
And one more thing…..
To enter and for more information…..
Information PackTo help you with your fundraising activities, please contact us for our Fundraising Pack.
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