Charities we've helped...

Funstation makes £4,000 Tickets2Wishes donation.

James Miller, President of Bacta and Managing Director of Funstation - the nationwide FEC operator - confirms that despite deplorable trading conditions, his sites still collected £4,000 in Tickets2Wishes donations for Rays of Sunshine over the past year.
After making the donation to the charity, which grants wishes for seriously ill children and their families, James said "It really cheered me up to be able to give this money to Rays of Sunshine and end this past year on a high. Everyone has suffered over the past year but there are some families who are coping in unimaginable circumstances. I can't wait to see the Tickets2Wishesscheme really take off again in 2021 when our businesses are fully open once more".
Claire Quigley, Head of Fundraising : "We are so grateful to Funstation for this incredibly generous donation as part of the Tickets2Wishes initiative. These vital funds will help us continue our work in brightening young lives and the generosity shown here is something Rays of Sunshine and those supported by the charity will continue to be extremely thankful for".
"On behalf of the Rays 

Charities we've helped...

Wahegru Book & Toy Foundation 2020

At end of 2020 we helped Birmingham local Josh Thiara with his Toy Drive for the wonderful Wahegru Foundation.

It is during the holiday period that many charities struggle to provide for the children which they have in their care. In order to support non-profit groups, our team at the Wahegru Foundation decided to lend a helping hand by raising a collection of books and toys for orphaned and disabled children over the Christmas period.

In choosing to donate to Children’s Society and Acorns Children’s Hospice for the great work which they do with children, our volunteers were overwhelmed with the response that came in from generous donors across the country.

Within the span of 8 weeks, the Book & Toy Drive had managed to raise an amount of £31,501.33 in donations of books and toys. Of the £31,501.33 which came in; £2,693.66 was received in cash donations and the remaining £28,807.67 amounted to the RRP value of the items donated.

Taken aback by such love and support from our corporate sponsors, non-profit sponsors and individual donors, we now look forward to growing the Book & Toy Drive to reach even more children over the coming years.



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