We’re hosting 10 Charity evenings in 2019! Applications are now closed and all successful charities have been informed.
Thank you to everyone for applying it has been a great response and we’ve loved reading about everyone’s fundraising ideas.
We’ll be releasing dates for next year soon and we’ll let you know on this page how and when you can apply for a 2020 night on us at Yeo Valley HQ Canteen for your charity.
We’ll be featuring some of this years fundraising events on this page so please check back if you’d like to stay updated with how it’s going!
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We’re looking forward to our next evening on the 27th June with Churchill Pre-School!
Churchill Pre‐School provide care and education for children from two years old until they go to primary school. They support children to thrive, develop friendships and grow in confidence as they develop new skills and further their independence. Their fantastic, highly qualified and dedicated team treat each child as an individual, and nurture their natural curiosity and eagerness to learn.
Fundraising is an essential part of raising money to purchase new toys and equipment, helping children to make exciting discoveries through play and activities
The philosophy at Churchill Pre‐School is simple: “Your child is always at the centre of everything we do”.
St Peter’s Hospice
Our third evening was hosted by St Peter’s Hospice!
St Peter’s Hospice is a Bristol charity caring for adults with life-limiting illnesses. They aim to improve the quality of their living and dying by providing physical, psychological and spiritual care for patients in their own homes as well as at the Hospice.
They extend care and support to families and loved ones and also teach other healthcare professionals about how to care for people at the end of their lives.
We had a wonderful evening on the 9th May with Martin Roberts as a special guest speaker and an auction.
Avon Wildlife Trust
Our second fantastic evening was hosted by Avon Wildlife Trust!
Avon Wildlife Trust is the largest local charity working to protect wildlife in the West of England area Young Bristol has become one of Bristol’s leading youth charities, providing critical out-of-school services for children and young people in communities across the city.
They care for 36 nature reserves, from ancient bluebell woods to Iron Age forts, nationally important wetlands, and wildflower meadows. And run award-winning educational and community programmes. They also work with landowners in the wider countryside, to reduce the decline in wildlife by creating a Living Landscape.
Avon Wildlife Trust was established in 1980 as one of the first urban Trusts in the country.
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