Christmas & New Year Fundraising Appeal

Due to the current regulations and uncertain times we are living through Cranleigh Rotary have faced one of their biggest challenges since being formed 50 year ago.

How can the Christmas Fundraising Appeal for local charities be as successful as in previous years? For 2020 the appeal will be a CHRISTMAS & NEW YEAR APPEAL.

The appeal will run this year during December and January. The local charities to benefit from the money donated will be Rowleys Centre for the Community and Riding for the Disabled Cranleigh Group. Both organisations need your support more than ever this year.

There are 3 Ways to Support the Appeal:

  1. There will be two Street Collections in Cranleigh High Street on Saturday 19th December and Saturday 23rd January. Rotary Members will be out with collecting buckets. Both collections will be subject to regulations in place at the time.
  2. From the 3rd December through to the end of January thirteen shops and businesses in Cranleigh will have Collecting Boxes. Cranleigh Rotary thank the following for their support. Cranleigh Golf & Country Club, Hans Christmas Andersen – Santa Firs, Rawlings Butchers, Cranleigh Handyman, Maple News, Nationwide, 140, Cranleigh Furniture, Cranleigh Post Office, Wild & Green, For Earths Sake and David Mann, Celebration Cakes.
  3. You can Donate through JUST GIVING at:
    Donations by cheque payable to Cranleigh Rotary Club are also welcome and should be sent: Cranleigh Rotary Club, Twin Peaks, The Common, Cranleigh, GU6 8SE

Your support at this very challenging time will be appreciated

Rowleys Centre For The Community
Rowleys provides a friendly atmosphere for all its visitors. It’s a great place to meet up with friends, enjoy a meal or one of its many activities. There is no age limit at Rowleys, everyone of all ages are welcome.

Riding For The Disabled – Cranleigh
Riding for the disabled offers therapeutic riding to people with special needs to benefit their health and well being. The experience gained through riding and contact with horses and the volunteers helps them develop self esteem, confidence and independence.

Further information from David Barrett: 07971 704769

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