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Great East Swim

People express their identities in different ways; some people like to draw and discuss things that have happened in their lives, some like to play music. For some patients, activities provide an opportunity to affect their environment, perhaps by having their artwork displayed on the wall, causing a piece of paper to change colour with paint or filling the room...

In aid of Volunteers for Mental Health

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Total raised
£455.00

Target
£300.00

100%

Donations accepted until 31-07-2016

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Event details

Great East Swim

People express their identities in different ways; some people like to draw and discuss things that have happened in their lives, some like to play music. For some patients, activities provide an opportunity to affect their environment, perhaps by having their artwork displayed on the wall, causing a piece of paper to change colour with paint or filling the room with noise.

Jen and Bex, 2 VfMH volunteers are entering the Great East Swim to raise money to provide activities for the patients in Tarnaveni Psychiatric Hospital.

Event date

18-June-2016

Event type

Swimming

Event is completed

Activity log

Donation by Anonymous
on 21/06/2016
Donation by Anonymous
on 19/06/2016
Donation by Anonymous
on 19/06/2016
Donation by Anonymous
on 19/06/2016
Donation by Anonymous
on 18/06/2016
Donation by Anonymous
on 18/06/2016
Donation by Anonymous
on 16/06/2016
Donation by Anonymous
on 16/06/2016
Donation by Anonymous
on 14/06/2016
Donation by Anonymous
on 13/06/2016

Donation summary

Direct donations:(online) £455.00
Direct donations:(offline) £0.00
Donations to fundraisers:
(online)
£0.00
Donations to fundraisers:
(offline)
£0.00
Total Raised: £455.00
Total Raised
with gift aid:
£557.50

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