One of the joys and priviliges of running a charity is the people you encounter and the places visited.
Even more so with our Shoebox appeal. Which takes you all over the UK and often off track, as here in North Devon with the great people of Brayford and neighbouring villages.
These people have been supporters for many years. And always a great welcome. Brayford is
blessed by Jonathan & Madeleine Brownell from the great USA, encouragers and motivators in the community. Well done and thank you for all….
Think of the name Toyota and your thought may well be Cars. Toyota do much more to which Computers for Charities is grateful to Toyota Industries and Midac Batteries.
It was some years ago that Toyota Industries responded to a simple enquiry not with an answer but donated an Electric Pallet Lifter and has aided the charities work immeasurably. Once again, Toyota Industries and Midac Batteries have come up trumps with a new battery pack for the lifter.
Simon Rooksby Says: Now as back then, there was no way we could have afforded such a piece of equipment, which has revolutionised our operation with the handling and moving of donated equipment, let alone other activities as with container loading and so forth. Whilst also ensuring the safety for the Volunteers that make it all happen with a charity of this type.
Corporate sponsorship remains invaluable and vital for the survival of our charities and voluntary organisations
Computers for Charities has supported the community and environment since 1994. Turning the tide on waste and landfill usage, thousands of tonnes of toxic waste have effectively been reused or recycled suitably.
Plastic waste remains an ongoing and global issue, causing great concern to CfC in respect of electrical waste across the UK. To aid this, CfC is seeking a plastic granulator to provide more effective recycling services to Eastbourne and Wealden
For more information: Call Simon. Tel: 01323 848588 email:
firstname.lastname@example.org web: www.computersforcharities.org
Certainly Computers for Charities is not just about Computers. It’s all about people and helping in different ways. Our Christmas shoebox appeal is one such thing, and there is still time to get them in. But also there is much more… Hence it is a big well done to local knitting group Hailsham Knit & Natter… Not just at Christmas but throughout the year this group that meets at Maryan Court, Hailsham. Monday 2 – 4pm produces literally vanloads of knitted items to help the less fortunate. Hot water bottle covers for the homeless, Blankets, Children Clothing.. They are just miraculous.
And just this week we have collected a Van load of goodies to be passed onto needy people. Thank you and well done. Oh by the way… It is not just for the ladies, yes men are welcome too. Double Knit and Chunky wool supplies are needed. Got any spare, please send it in… Well done and thank you.
Seaford Oasis Fellowship. Well done and thank you for supporting this years. CfC Christmas Shoebox Appeal. Which will benefit disadvantaged Children, Elderly and homeless.
More Shoeboxes or Gift bags are needed for all ages.. If you can help. Please get in touch. Call: 01323 848588 or email Pippa. email@example.com Thank you
CfC Christmas Shoebox appeal gets underway. Well done and thanks to The Good Shepherd Church, Lowhill & The Grange Ladies Fellowship, Uckfield….. More to follow. But please if you wish to support we need to get it all in by 29th November. Many thanks and well done to all. Simon
25 years and a big thank you to all that have supported. Companies with donations IT equipment and much more, Amazing Volunteers and plenty of good causes.
It was a privilege to have visitors yesterday 24th October East Sussex High Sheriff Mrs Hancock, Eastbourne Deputy Mayor Councillor Sammy Choudhury, Hailsham Mayor Councillor Paul Holbrook. Trustees past and present including our founding trustee Revered Roger Porthouse, our great Volunteers and of course local organisations. Particularly helpful as we seek to understand local need.
Kingdom Way Trust and Breakaway Agency being just two of the organisations attending to advise of support and services being provided locally.
Well done and thank you to all.. Until the next time!
Thursday 24th October 10 – 3pm. Computers for Charities, Eastbourne Workshop Open day. Celebrating 25 years support to the community Sussex High Sheriff Mrs Hancock & Eastbourne / Hailsham Mayors attending. All Charities & Organisations welcome. 23 Hawthorn Road, Eastbourne, BN23 6QA