A to Z Challenge 2014 – C is for Charity

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C  As you know the last couple of weeks I have been fairly quiet, those of you who follow me on Twitter or Facebook will have seen the picture of me from last Saturday attending the annual Casino night for the Joseph Salmon Trust, you can read more about that charity from my J entry of A – Z last year here.

The previous weekend here in the UK it was Sports Relief and across the country thousands of people were ritually humiliating themselves to raise money to make the world a better place while having a great time doing so in the process.

My contribution this year other than contributing financially by buying Onesie’s and T-shirts was to film the exploits taking place at my day job. then edit it together.

I did whether I should share it here after all I am behind the camera not actually on it but I am so proud of my colleagues for their efforts and how willing they all were to join in that I think you will get a kick out of it as much as we all have.

 

What is the most exciting thing you have done for charity?

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One comment on “A to Z Challenge 2014 – C is for Charity

  1. Fantastic, you must have all had a great time and raised a lot in the process.
    Many years ago, (Dickensian times) I organised charity events from a pub to do treasure hunts, fancy dress talent shows ( Kate Branch, Dennis Trousseau- you get the idea) and simple raffles to but Christmas gifts for 2 children’s Homes and to take them all to a panto. It was great fun and we raised a lot.
    xxx Massive Hugs Paula xxx

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