We would like to extend a big thank you to Jayne who made 62 summer bracelets and then sold them to her lovely colleagues at Sure. Thank you Jayne for all your effort it is much appreciated. We would also love a photo of a bracelet if anyone has one!
MEET & GREET with Dapper Laughs …….
Dapper Laughs is a British comedian, actor, presenter, writer and Viner.
Dapper Laughs is a ‘proper lad’ giving lad advice on romancing the ladies and being a geeza. His trade sayings are “Moist” and “Six Second Sex Secrets”.
He plays a stereotypical image that guys have, within today’s society….
This guy is getting bigger and funnier by the day, he is doing a UK tour in Feb, has been all over facebook, vine, twitter, you tube and will be hosting the Georgina’s Gang Hint of Pink Ball! Here’s your opportunity to get that selfie pic and brag to your mates about how you’ve met the ultimate ‘proper lad’. All we ask is that you make a donation to Georgina’s Gang on the day. To meet him and have a chat come to St Pierre Park on 22 March 2014 at 1300, he will be there for 1 hour.
We really hope as many of you can make it to help us raise money for our charity and to meet the funniest guy around!!
Thanks also to Norman Piette for their donation of £300 and to Project Hire for letting us use their premises.
It’s time for us all to have a ball!! All details are on the link above, we really hope you can join us and make this years Ball as much fun as the last 5 that we have had – PARTY TIME!!
As you know Pugsy has had his dreadlocks off and looks great! We are still counting up the donations and have a couple more to come in but so far we are at £500! Unfortunately Georgina was too poorly to make it but she watched via Skype.
Our great friend James (aka Pugsy) will be cutting off his dreadlocks that have taken over 5 years to grow!!
James has kindly offered to do this with his aim being to raise as much money as possible for our charity, please support him and us by donating what you can afford, we are extremely grateful to James for being so supportive in such a great way (and we will of course feel super guilty if he catches a cold)!!
Donation boxes will be placed at Project Hire/Norman Piette/Quayside and the bus terminus. You can also donate online or in person – Natwest, Account Name Georgina’s Gang, Sort Code 60-09-20, Account No. 74337459 (please use reference ‘dreads’)
All are welcome to come to Project on 23 December to support James as he says goodbye to his dreadlocks that have kept him warm for so long – there will be free mince pies involved and maybe even a chance to get on the telly! We hope to see you there if you can make it.
If you have a business and would like a box then please contact us! firstname.lastname@example.org or 07781 116675
A reminder that all our funds raised goes towards helping Georgina and others within the bailiwick in a similar situation, with at least 10% per year going to others with NPC in UK and towards medical research to help in finding a cure xx
We raised ( drum roll) £2047.00! Which is absolutely brilliant! Thank you to Maureen and Carol who run the bingo without taking anything for themselves – ever! Thank you to all the callers and canteen ladies, very yummy stuff! I love the fact that all the actual bingo book sales go to make the cash prizes so the more there the higher the cash prize.
Very exciting when you are playing!
Thank you everyone who came x
29th September 2013
Royal British Legion Hall – L’islet
Door open at 4pm – eyes down at 6pm sharp!
Big Raffle with 90 prizes including homeware, jewellery, toiletries and much more
Light refreshments from 4pm available
Tickets only £1 per person, to purchase please contact Donna on 07781 116675 or email email@example.com
As always proceeds go to medical research and those affected by Niemann Pick Disease Type C and children in the Bailiwick in a similar situation.
We would like to give a big thanks to all of those who attended and supported our car boot on Sunday at Specsavers – despite the drizzle at the beginning it was still a fabulous turn out and we raised a whopping £529.61!! Thanks to all volunteers (you know who you are!) who helped make this a success and at the same time a vibrant and happy car boot and of course thanks again most of all to the supporters of Georgina’s Gang.
We hope you all had an enjoyable afternoon and see you again soon! xx
As always proceeds go to medical research and those affected by Niemann Pick Disease Type C and children in similar circumstances in the Bailiwick.