Memorial Fundraising and Fundraising Events
On our profile page anyone wishing to organise a fundraising event for the Memorial Appeal can register the event as part of our appeal as follows
1. You can create your own sponsorship page on MyDonate
2. Contact the Memorial Committee via the Rifles County Office with all your details and that of the event you plan to run. We will then send you anything needed for your fundraising efforts.
3. Start collecting sponsorship straightaway by directing people to your newly created page on MyDonate .
4. Once you have contacted us you will receive a sponsorship pack and forms, which you can used for collecting in person. We will also send you Collection Tins and buckets if required.
Remember we are always here to help.
DONATION FROM WEST YORKSHIRE FREEMASONS
On 5th July at Minden House, Appeal Chairman Dave Wroe accompanied by Donations Co-ordinator Percy Potts, Met 2 representatives from The West Yorkshire Freemasons. Percy had submitted a request for a donation some time ago and at this event, the Master of the Trafalgar Lodge and his Charity Steward handed over a cheque for £1,000. An excellent donation which will help to achieve our appeal total
to all the members of KOYLI/2LI vintage. "Signal Platoon"
Alan Gramby handing to Dave Wroe Chairman of the Memorial Committee the magnificent sum of £1147-19. This being the monies they raised at their recent social gathering in Doncaster along with Alan's "Bucket Shaking" within the industrial estate where he has his own business. Well done Alan, and thank you also to Dave Mills and the organisers of the Signals Platoon reunion, those very generous contributors to the overall total and of course the members themselves. Thank you one and all you are accredit to our Family Regiment
Congratulations to Percy Potts our current Fundraising hero.
Percy, our fundraising co-ordinator, has written to numerous former members of the Regiment as well the Norwegian Embassy, The Land Fill Association, local Councils, Freemasons and other charitable organisations. His undaunting efforts has realised sizable donations.
Well done Percy and thank you for your sterling work.