Sudbrook Moor's Supported Charities:

   

2020-please help us raise

 money to care for even

 more people living with

 terminal illness.

 The 2020 Running Total is

 here at the  top, but for

 monthly sub- totals please

 read lower  down this page.


           RUNNING TOTAL 2020


                  £160-00



2020 MONTHLY UPDATE, 

THANK YOU  !!

January 2020   - we sent £60
               THANK YOU ALL VERY MUCH  - CHEQUE POSTED TO MARIE CURIE ON 1-2-2020



February and March 2020     -

 we sent £100
      
     THANK YOU ALL VERY MUCH  - CHEQUE POSTED TO MARIE CURIE ON 26-3-2020

The months of February and March mark the duration of the

 MARIE CURIE DAFFODIL APPEAL and  the pin daffodils were on sale in the Golf Shop

 and over the counter in the Clubhouse. 

 THANK YOU for your generosity over the 6 weeks of normal trading - 

WE SENT A FURTHER £100,  DESPITE THE CORONA SHUT-DOWN SINCE                        

TUESDAY 24TH  MARCH.

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PLEASE  SEE  HOW WE HELPED IN RECENT YEARS


In 2019 - more people than ever were helped by Marie Curie Nurses.

In 2018 - 32,694 people were cared for by a Marie Curie Nurse at home

7,711 people were cared for in Marie Curie Hospices

This amounted to 1.2 million hours of care, provided by money raised for Marie Curie.   

   10,722   people were helped by The Marie Curie Information and Support Service.

   £20 pays a Marie Curie Nurse for one hour, to look after someone with a terminal illness, in the comfort of their own home.

(£180 for  one night shift)  

THANK YOU, SUDBROOK MOOR !!



2019 TOTAL = £1,410.94p


THANK YOU VERY MUCH !!

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2018

FINAL TOTAL £810-50

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2017    -  GRAND TOTAL £310
                                                                                     THANK YOU ALL VERY MUCH
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The club has continued a strong commitment to its nominated charity, Marie Curie Cancer, and with over 20 years of fund raising we decided to make a bigger effort over the summer.  Funds came in from golf competitions, the forfeits from the charity bunker on the 6th hole (15th), gifts and donations.  The special boost came from an idea from Paul McCarthy, who lent us his own Olympic Torch that he had been privileged to carry as part of the 2012 pre-Olympic relay through Lincolnshire, on its way throughout the UK.  So, during the month of the August Rio Olympics we took donations for photos to be taken with the torch.  The Tuesday Ladies also played a Pentathlon of Golf Competitions and the total sum raised here for Marie Curie Cancer in the July to October period was £722.33.  The total for the year was £1,047.33.  The Seniors’ Captain’s morning raised £119 for the Skegness RNLI Lifeboats.  The national endeavour, Sports Relief, in March inspired the raising of £117.32.  In November, our collection for The Royal British Legion also realised the sum of £135.84.


IF YOU WISH 

TO MAKE A


 DONATION


PLEASE USE THE COLLECTING

 BOXES IN THE GOLF SHOP OR


AT THE CLUBHOUSE HATCH

Marie Curie has been selected as our Annual Charity Appeal for the past 20 years.
We hold several fund raising events throughout the year to help raise much needed funds for this important charity.
 
One of our Main Fund Raising Methods is the adoption of a Charity Bunker on the Golf Course. We have made the Bunker on the 6th / 15th Hole our Charity Bunker. We request that for every shot Played by a Golfer within the confines of the Bunker, a Charity Donation of 20p is made to either of the Marie Curie Cancer Care honesty boxes stationed in the Golf Shop or the Clubhouse.
The bunker has raised over £1000 so far !