Raise Funds for The Children’s Trust by Supporting National Doughnut Week
National Doughnut Week takes place from the 11th to the 18th of May. Businesses and educational establishments are encouraged to take part with the aim to raise money for The Children’s Trust.
What is The Children’s Trust?
The Children’s Trust provides rehabilitation services for young people and children who have suffered a brain injury. Based in Tadworth, Surrey, it is a registered charity. More than 40,000 children in the UK suffer a brain injury every year. It could be the result of an accident or an illness. For many the prognosis is good, but there are thousands who have difficulties which are ongoing or long-term. The Children’s Trust provides support services for these children and their families.
How You Can Take Part
The Children’s Trust and other sponsors of the event encourage bakers, coffee shops, schools and offices to bake and sell doughnuts. There is no fee to participate, just a simple registration form to complete online. Once registered, a pack of goodies is available to help with the organisation and promotion of your doughnut event. All the funds raised go straight to the charity.
There is a list of establishments that are taking part, so you can pay them a visit and buy your delicious doughnuts. Take them to the office and encourage your colleagues to buy some. Why not hold your own doughnut bake-off or doughnut eating competition? For businesses taking part there is a handy pack of tips available to download from the official National Doughnut Week website.