What a great start – launched only 2 weeks ago by the Epsom Guardian – The SHINE ON APPEAL for The Sunnybank Trust has received good wishes and donations. But there is still a long way to go, they aim to raise £75,000 by next April.
This local charity – supported by Chris Grayling MP and new Epsom Mayor Councillor Colin Taylor – makes a real difference to the lives of local people with learning disabilities.
See the article from Hardeep Matharu at EpsomGuardian
The Sunnybank Trust have also sent us some more pictures of the celebrations at the Kite Club when the appeal was launched.
Do you want to help? Here’s How
The charity is a lifeline to many of people with learning disabilities who would otherwise be left isolated and extremely vulnerable: -
Tom Rhind-Tutt, Chairman and Founder of the charity said:
“As mainstream services are cut back and corporate funding drops, we as Epsom’s leading learning disability charity are determined to continue supporting the 250 vulnerable men, women and young people in the local community. “
There are various ways to support The Sunnybank Trust’s Shine On Appeal.
a) Online: Visit our Justgiving page on the Sunnybank website and press DONATE
b) By text: Text £1, £2, £3, £4, £5 or £10 to Sunnybank Trust by texting the TSBT16, followed by the amount to 70070.
c) By post: Post cheques and postal orders payable to “The Sunnybank Trust” to
The Sunnybank Trust, St. Barnabas Church, Temple Road, Epsom, Surrey, KT19 8HA.
For further information contact the Fundraising Team on 01372 749871 and visit
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