Welcome to the Oadby Watch money pot. First of all, we'd like to thank everyone for joining and participating in our fast-growing community. Your participation contributes to the efforts in keeping our community safe and reduce crime by keeping everyone informed of what's going on in the area. As a community, our key objectives are, * To reduce crime - by improving security, increasing vigilance, creating and maintaining a caring community, reducing opportunities for crime and increasing crime prevention awareness.* To assist the Police in detecting crime - by promoting effective communication and the prompt reporting of suspicious and criminal activity.* To reduce the fear of crime - by providing accurate information about risks, and by promoting a sense of security and community spirit, particularly amongst those most at risk.* To improve police/community liaison - by providing effective means to notify co-ordinators and key contacts of local crime trends, and by members advising the police of incidents when they occur.In the past month, we have, * Increased Police and Community collaboration* Committed to the safety and security of the area by performing regular patrols* Created a forum (Telegram Messenger) for easy communication to help everyone* Set up an intelligence database to record suspicious activities and reports to 101* Purchased Neighbourhood Watch signs and attached them to 25 locations around the area* Purchased Hi-Vis jackets for residents on patrolTo further bolster the tremendous efforts, we are now requesting an investment to fund the following equipment, * Neighbourhood Watch signs - already attached to lamposts around the area* High-visibility jackets - used by residents on patrol* Custom metal Oadby Watch signs - a visual deterrent to anyone seeking to commit crime in the areaPlease take a look at the updates below for a breakdown of the donations and spend to date, CLICK TO VIEW RECEIPTS HERE Thank you, Oadby Watch Admin Group
Welcome to this money pot! We are members of the community group: Friends of Abbot Hall Playground.We are fundraising to renew our local playground in Kendal. As the parents of young kiddie-winks we feel that since we often find ourselves in the playground before 8am on a Sunday morning - we'd like that playground to be AWESOME! We are running the Wilmslow Half marathon on 18/03/2018 and would love you to sponsor us. Liz, Melissa and Will have been training through the winter - braving the elements, the dark and frozen bogs of Scout Scar, and Christmas social events whilst relatively sober. All funds raised will go straight into renovating the Park (we'll pay for the pizza and fizz afterwards ourselves!) The community group is aiming to raise an intimidatingly large £120,000, through a mixture of pledges from charitable trusts and events like this. Your donation might not seem much in comparison to that figure, but we will use this to attempt to raise fund-matching pledges from other sources, so anything you give will go a long way! Click to make a contribution.* Give however much you want.* All payments are secureThank you!
Welcome to this money pot!Click to make a contribution.* Give however much you want.* All payments are secureThank you in advance This family and two dogs lost thier homes within a matter of seconds late evening Saturday nobody was hurt and they have been taken in by a loving neighbour and have nothing left to come home too Please help and share to get as much help for the family as we can Thankyou in advance Any amount all add up at the end There is no amount to be made just to raise as much as we can to help out a lovely loving family to replace their belongings and home
Welcome to the K999OAPS Money PotWe are a welfare fund being set up to raise money to help with veterinary costs for the retired police dogs of Warwickshire & West Mercia Police Forces.When police dogs retire their owners become responsible for all costs for the dogs. Police dogs do not retire with a pension package. To obtain insurance cover for ex police dogs can be difficult as many companies will not insure these dogs it can also be very expensive for minimal cover.This is due to the age of a dog when it retires, possible medical conditions and the fact that they have been a police dog.This means that quite often the owners have no help towards veterinary costs. HOW CAN YOU HELP By raising money that can be used to contribute towards veterinary costs for the retired police dogs. Work in partnership with assorted companies, vets and animal related services to obtain discounts for retired police dogs. Click to make a contribution / pay for you merchandise. All payments are secure Thank you!
Welcome to the LGCHE HUB 1 year Venue Hire Fundraiser!Click to make a contribution.* Make a min donation of £16.35.* All payments are secure Welcome! Did you know that in the UK parents have the legal choice between choosing to have their children educated in a school or at home? Did you also know that parents that exercise this right get absolutely no financial support? Yes...it's true. The reasons for choosing to home educate are very varied. There are families who have children with special educational needs (SEN), children who have struggled in school due to social problems, emotional and academic needs not being met, religious reasons, or just because it’s the right choice for the individual child and family’s needs, learning abilities and lifestyle. Styles of home education are also as varied as the reasons for home educating. These range from following the UK government curriculum, to other educational styles like Montessori or Steiner, which are accredited, private school methods of teaching. Or a mix of different styles adapted to suit the individual child. The problem is, that those who home educate do not get any government funding or financial help, despite the fact they actually save the government money by providing an education for their children themselves. This means that home education communities are often very supportive of each other and Hertfordshire and Bedfordshire are two of the UKs busiest and biggest home education communities. The Letchworth Garden City Home Education Hub is a group of local home educators based in Letchworth Garden City, Hertfordshire UK that need your help. LGCHE HUB is a place where parents can meet and support each other, where children can make friends, where parents can share resources and ideas, run educational and skill base workshops that will support local home educated children. There are presently no groups in our local area that support Home Educated children's needs, Home Educators, or parents considering this choice for their children especially in the early years. We need you to help change this! All our activities will be supported by parents taking their turn each week to volunteer their time/skills/resources when they can to ensure our Hub's content. We need 100 payments of £16.35 to cover our venue rental charge for 1 year, can you help us? We desperately need your help to secure a space where Home Educated Children can be supported in the way they have the right to be. Please share this with your friends family. Thank you for your time. (Min donation of £16.35.) MAKE A DONATION AS A HOME EDUCATOR: (Member Donation)Anyone that will be, considering too, or just would like to visit on occasion as they hold a Home Education interest and think they would like to attend either once in a while, once a month or once a week is considered a member. Receive a 100% free family entry pass to LGCHE HUB for 1 year (until our Christmas holiday closing date Friday 23rd November 2018) and enjoy free fun activities & workshops every week for all the family. (Min donation of £16.35.) MAKE A DONATION AS A HOME EDUCATOR: (None Member Donation)Anyone that is a home educator that cannot attend but would like to support this cause is considered a non member donator. Your support is greatly appreciated. We really can't thank you enough! The home educators of our little community in Letchworth welcome all support from our U.K H.E. Community and beyond, together planting more positive flags for Home Education.(Min donation of £16.35.) MAKE A DONATION AS PRIVATE DONATOR/BUSINESS/ORGANISATION:Any member of the public wishing to make a donation to support LGCHE HUB is considered a private donator.(Min donation of £16.35.) £532.76 has been paid to our venueWe need just 23 payment s of £16.35 to meet our target so please keep supporting!
Welcome to this money pot! Me and 9 other students are raising money to go to Zambia !! We are trying to fundraise to help benefit the children of Zambia using sport as a tool for development. We are hoping to change and improve the life of others. Our main goal is to put a smile on each individuals face,everyone donation will contribute Thank you!
Welcome to this money pot ! We need your help to raise funds to replace the Burial Ground fence which is in danger of falling down. The Burial Ground , on private land, does not come under the jurisdiction of any body or council. It is the last resting place of some of the men and boys who perished in the 1860 Risca Black Vein Colliery disaster in which a total of 142 men and boys lost their lives. Black Vein Memorial Society is a not-for-profit Society with a formal Constitution and this renovation will only be possible by donations and grant aid.If just 100 people give £10 each we will have achieved 25% of our traget funding. Please click on the "Contribute" butoon on the right to donate.* Give however much you want* All payments are secureThank you!
Dovecote Voluntary Parent Committee is made up of local parents who came together as a constituted group in 1996 to help meet the needs of young children and families living in a new development known as Greater Leys. We provide various services with the aim of improving outcomes and life chances for young children, children with disabilities and families experiencing multi deprivations and social exclusion. Oxfordshire is considered to be a relatively undeprived county; however our project is based in Northfield Brook which is the most deprived ward within Oxfordshire and among the 10% most deprived areas in England. Of particular note 46% of residents have no or low qualifications, GCSE attainment of children in state schools is well below the Oxford average, there is a high number of teenage mothers and people with mental health problems. 44% of households have dependent children, compared to the 27% city average. The population in the area has increased from 8,500 to approximately 13,000 over the past 20 years. Statistics have shown that the most socially excluded are very hard to reach making it even more crucial for existing successful groups working within these communities to be able to build on the trust and relationships already in place. Early intervention is crucial if we are to tackle social exclusion. The overall aim of our project is around early intervention support for children and families to overcome barriers to accessing opportunities that increase their prospect to improve both their immediate wellbeing and their future life chances. We work with families managing on a low income along with high proportions of lone parent families and many residents who have been homeless or suffered from instability or other forms of disadvantage in the past. The Dovecote Children & Families Project is fully inclusive, offering schemes below cost to ensure accessibility for vulnerable children and families. Facilities also provide much needed opportunities for children with disabilities to socialise with other children living in their community, providing them with the support they need to fully participate. We provide many different accessible low cost out of school play facilities:* Afterschool clubs,* Easter and summer playschemes,* Half term playschemes (subject to funding) for children aged 4 to 12 years old,* Easter and summer boat project for children aged 8 to 14 years old,* Structured stay and play sessions for 0 to 4 years old,* Support sessions for families with young disabled children Approximately 230 children and 200 families engage with Dovecote project annually. The Dovecote works with various organisations, i.e. Social Services, Children’s Centre, Early Intervention Hub and there are many benefits in this approach through cross-referrals, sharing best practice and building stronger partnerships reducing duplication in work. Engaging in constructive activities increases children’s positive attitude improves motivation, increases aspirations, develops social and life skills, and enhances interpersonal skills. All of which are vital for children and to help them avoid taking risks such as experimenting with drugs/alcohol or being involved in anti -social behaviour and crime. Click to make a contribution.* Give however much you want.* All payments are secureThank you!
Welcome to this money pot!Bradstow School are raising money to wards a huge community event which will commemorate the 100th anniversary of the end of WW1. The event will take place in Pierremont Park and will feature 2 days of living history exhibits plus a proms style concert with local choirs, orchestras, and performers telling stories of life on the home front as well as on the battlefield. There will be professional and amateurs, mainstream and special needs all working together in a totally inclusive atmosphere.This event will be FREE to attend, the main big top tent will be ticketed through a ballot system, but if unable to gain a ticket the concert will be relayed into the park. For further information please email ; Click to make a contribution.* Give however much you want* All payments are secureThank you!
Welcome to New Beginnings pot!New Beginnings has been set up under the umberella of VOWS (Various Outreach Working Services) and is a community group, which has been set up to address some of the issues facing young mothers and their children in our community, such as mental health, early pregnancy, single parenthood, domestic violence and unemployment, to name but a few. This proect is aimed at young mothers between the ages of 18 and 26 years old. The aim of the project is to deliver life skills through a ten week programme consisting of various different workshops to assist the young mothers in gaining enough confidence and self-esteem to progress to the next stage in their lives, whether it is to go onto further or higher education or onto gainful employment. These workshops are delivered by qualified professionals who also guide and mentor each individual, helping them to realise their potential. The funding will help to pay for equipment, creche facilities for the young mother's children, premises to deliver the workshops and so on. On behalf of the team at New Beginnings, we thank you for your continued support and contributions Click to make a contribution.* Give however much you want* All payments are secureThank you!
Hello everyone & welcome to this money pot!With just 1-click you can donate to a cause* Give however much you want* All payments are 100% secure* Why Leetchi.com? It's easy & transparent! This introduction being done by leetchi.com, let's talk about why I have created this money pot.I will first of all define the key words and then introduce myself and my project. This description will have a English version and a French version. EN: Mammectomy: It is the medical term for the surgical removal of one or both breasts, partially or completely.FR : Mammectomie : Terme médical pour une ablation d'un ou des deux seins, partiellement ou complètement. EN: FtM (Female to Male): individual identifying as male who was assigned female at birth.FR : FtM (Female vers Male): individu s'identifiant en tant qu'homme et a qui on a assigné "féminin" à la naissance. ENGLISH VERS. I am Jim, a 23 years old FtM transgender. I am from France and I am studying management. I really love sailing and swimming. I would really love to love someone.The issue is, I cannot fulfill the last two statements.As a FtM transgender person, the disconfort I have towards my breast is increasing and I cannot think about practicing the sports I love anymore.Moreover, the following quote is completely accurate for me 'If you can't love yourself, how the hell are you gonna love somebody else?' (-RuPaul). I do not love my body because it isn't mine. I am a man and I crave for the body which will match who I really am. It has become unbearable and I cannot wait for the mammectomy to be done. By participating, no matter how much you will give, it will contribute to my journey to freedom and Life.I intend to be operated by one of the best surgeon in France for this operation. Before next year, I need to gather 5,000 euros to be eligible. This corresponds to approximatively £4,440 or $6,170. Help me making this year the last one to live like a caterpillar and the next one to transform myself into a beautiful and free butterfly. Thank you so much! Have a wonderful day, evening, night. Jim Lurion VERSION FRANÇAISE : Je m'appelle Jim, j'ai 23 ans et je suis un homme transgenre. Je viens de France, de Bretagne plus précisément et j'étudie le management. J'adore vraiment faire de la voile et nager. J'aimerais beaucoup aimer quelqu'un. Le problème étant que je ne peux satisfaire ces deux dernières informations. En tant que personne transgenre, le malaise que je ressens concernant ma poitrine ne cesse d'augmenter et l'idée de pratiquer un des sports cités précédemment n'est même plus envisageable. De la même manière, voici une citation qui me correspond parfaitement : "Si tu ne peux t'aimer toi-même, comment es-tu supposé pouvoir aimer quelqu'un d'autre?" (-RuPaul). Je n'aime pas mon corps car ce n'est pas le mien. Je suis un homme et je ne rêve que d'une chose, c'est de voir mon corps être en adéquation avec qui je suis vraiment. S'est devenu insupportable et j'ai vraiment hâte que la mammectomie soit faite.En participant à cette cause, peu importe combien vous me donnerez, cela contribuera à mon long voyage vers la liberté et la Vie. J'ai l'intention de me faire opérer par l'un des meilleurs chirurgiens de France pour cette opération. Avant l'année prochaine, je devrai rassembler la somme de 5000 euros afin de pouvoir prétendre à l'opération. Cela correspond à environ 4440 livres ou encore 6170 dollars US. Aidez-moi à faire de cette année la dernière à vivre comme une petite chenille et l'année 2019 à me transformer en un beau papillon, libre. Merci énormément! Je vous souhaite une excellente journée, soirée ou nuit. Jim Lurion
Hello everyone & welcome to this money pot!The Ghana Union is organising it's Inauguration in June 2018 and we would want to invite all to help us raise enough money to make the programme a success. We aim to use the Inauguration to foster and improve unity and enhance the integration of the Ghanaian in Nottinghamshire. With just 1-click you can donate to a cause* Give however much you can* All payments are 100% secure* Why Leetchi.com? It's easy & transparent!Thank you!
Welcome to this money pot!In August next year (2018) I will be taking part in a mission trip to India! We will be going to do lots of things ranging from opening water Wells for communities in poverty to helping to educate local children and everything in between! Your prayers and support would be appreciated and if you would like to donate towards the cost of my trip - every penny would be much appreciated! Please contact me if you would like any further information about the trip or Click to make a contribution. * Give however much you want* All payments are secureThank you!
H&H Group 2018 Charity Fundraising This year H&H are supporting the British Heart Foundation and Royal Agricultural Benevolent Institution (RABI). We have a number of fundraising activities planned 2018 which staff are participating in. Our next event is Dechox for March. Staff have been invited to take part and have a detox from chocolate during the month of March. Any sort of cocoa is a no-no, which means chocolate bars, treats, biscuits, ice cream, cake – and even the chocolate sprinkles on your cappuccino – are off limits during March. No easy challenge given we all like our treats! Thank you for your support and if you would like to learn more about our charity fundraising please visit https://hhgroupplc.co.uk/charities/
Welcome to this money pot! We are raising funds for to go out and buy warm blankets and warm clothing for the homeless people.. No one should be homeless these days your contributions will help towards things like~ Blankets/sleeping bagsTents Warm clothing Please help up to help the homeless any contributions towards this will be greatly appreciated Thank you and Merry Xmas to each and everyone of you
Animals of Hope Dog & Cat Rescue is a Non-Profit, 100% Volunteer Run Rescue, Rehabilitation Centre and Sanctuary, Committed to Saving the most Abused and Neglected Animals with the Goal of Finding Loving Homes for as many of them as possible. Animals of Hope is a Small Animal Mission based in Cornwall. We are a Dog Mission that operates across the whole of the South West, covering Devon and Cornwall but we do help out all over the UK if needed. Animals of Hope was set up by animal lovers who wanted to make the world a better place by helping and supporting some of the most unwanted, abused, neglected and Homeless Dogs. We Provide Emergency Foster Care for other Rescues and Organisation and we don’t take dogs in unless it’s the last resort and all other Avenues have been Explored. Whilst we are a small group of volunteers, we care very deeply for the plight of abandoned animals and also those who have been mistreated, abused and neglected. Our vision is that every pet will enjoy a healthy life in a happy home. We find happy homes for abandoned or unwanted pets and we keep pets healthy by promoting welfare and providing treatment.
Welcome to this money pot!Click to make a contribution.* Give however much you want* All payments are secureThank you! We appreciete any kind of donation, financial or AID, clothes, food in tins, beddings, all essentials. If you want to donate items please contact me on my email: When we get enough stuff to fill up the container we will send the container to Somalia to the poorest of their nation. Thanks from the bottom of my heart.