Our corporate partners have undertaken a variety of fundraising events.
The Double Locks pub allowed us to fundraise at their bonfire and fireworks event, raising over £458 for our #ProjectRefurb3 appeal!
The Exeter raised an amazing £16,396 during the 2 years Rainbow Living were their Charity of the Year
Over the two years The Exeter organised a variety of fundraising events, including a 15-mile sponsored walk and 72-mile sponsored cycle, dress down days, raffles and cake sales, and employee Adrian Thorley ran the London Marathon. The Exeter also separately donated £2,000 towards the purchase of a specialist bath for the Exeter Rainbow House.
A team of executives cycled from Wellington to Salcombe - 72 miles - and raised £2,675.
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A spookily brilliant Halloween dressing up day raised £170
A rainbow dress down day raised £200
Adrian Thorley raised £1,557 after running the London Marathon in a brilliant time of 3 hours 45 minutes
We are thrilled at how much has been raised for Rainbow Living, and delighted to have been a part of their journey to complete their third Rainbow House. We wish the charity every continued success in the future - Andy Chapman, The Exeter’s CEO
Waitrose Exeter chose us as one of their Community Matters charities and raised £298 for us!
Teign Valley Golf Club raised £2,375 for us, following a year of fundraising as one of the club's charities for the Year 2015.
The Club organised a series of fundraising events, including charity golf days, raffles and a silent auction.
We are proud to have been able to support such a fantastic local cause and delighted to have helped raise money for Rainbow Living’s third house. We wish the charity every success in the future - Derek Hathaway, Captain of the Seniors section of Teign Valley Golf Club
Sainsbury’s Pinhoe raised £5,207 following a year of fundraising for us as their Charity of the Year.
Sainsbury’s Pinhoe held many fundraising events, including second hand book sales, car boot sales, and a curry & quiz night, along with several fun in-store events such as an Easter Bunny Hunt and Guess the Weight of the Heart Shaped bun to mark Valentine’s Day.
Individual staff also took on personal challenges as part of the store’s on-going charity support, including taking part in the Great West Run and a sponsored weight loss challenge.
We are proud to work in partnership with local charities such as Rainbow Living to help make a difference both now and into the future. It has been a real pleasure getting to know Rainbow Living and we are delighted to have been able to support and help the charity on their journey to acquire a third Rainbow House - Julia Hall, Sainsbury’s Pinhoe