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Street kids sports coaching in Kolkata

Delivering rugby and rowing coaching, plus education and medical services to street kids in Kolkata. Working through respected charities that use rugby and other sports to help lift children out of poverty: Future Hope and the Jungle Crows

In aid of The Atlas Foundation

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Total raised
£1,898.00

Target
None set

Donations accepted until 31-03-2018

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Event details

Street kids sports coaching in Kolkata

Delivering rugby and rowing coaching, plus education and medical services to street kids in Kolkata. Working through respected charities that use rugby and other sports to help lift children out of poverty: Future Hope and the Jungle Crows

A group of coaches, teachers and medics from Herefordshire offering our skills and as much money as we can raise for street kids in Kolkata over Christmas

Event date

13-December-2017

Event type

Street kids sports coaching

Event is completed

Event Contact

Key contact
Sally Pettipher
Telephone
07889601004
Email address
Sally@atlasfrc.org

Activity log

Emma and Julius donated to sally pettipher
on 20/12/2017
Auntie Christine donated to sally pettipher
on 19/12/2017
Sally and Michael donated to Angela Westley
on 15/12/2017
Becky Merrett donated to sally pettipher
on 13/12/2017
Amy Pettipher donated to sally pettipher
on 12/12/2017
Jon Ford donated to sally pettipher
on 12/12/2017
Anonymous donated to sally pettipher
on 11/12/2017
Justine donated to sally pettipher
on 11/12/2017
Donation by Anonymous
on 11/12/2017
Mark and Mary donated to Angela Westley
on 10/12/2017

Donation summary

Direct donations:(online) £528.00
Direct donations:(offline) £0.00
Donations to fundraisers:
(online)
£1,370.00
Donations to fundraisers:
(offline)
£0.00
Total Raised: £1,898.00
Total Raised
with gift aid:
£2,311.25

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