And the winners of the You’ve Been Paid Giveaway are…

Congratulations to our 5 winners!

On the 11th November 2019, we gave you the chance to win a share of £500 in our You’ve Been Paid Giveaway to celebrate paying over £1 million to our good causes. We had a HUGE response to the competition and we’d like to say a BIG thank you to everyone who entered.

We’re thrilled to confirm the winners below – congratulations!

 

Winner 1

A £100 donation to Houghton Area Youth Band, won by Brian:

“This is a total surprise, but it will be helpful for our cause.  As a self-funding brass band in North East England, it will be put towards the ongoing costs of maintaining our instruments and purchasing new music for us to perform in concerts.  Huge thanks to our supporters who use our link for easyfundraising whenever possible.  Hopefully, my weekly reminders on our Facebook page help keep this option active when they consider online shopping.”

Winner 2 

A £100 donation to Faith Welfare Trust, won by Elsie:

“Amazing news to hear about the £100 donation from easyfundraising. A huge thanks for giving this bonus to Faith Welfare Trust – a charity in South India that provides. Christian based homes and education for underprivileged boys and girls.  We are all delighted.”

Winner 3

A £100 donation for Barkby Pochin School PTAwon by Louise:

“It was fantastic news to hear that’d we’d won £100. We work very hard as a school to raise extra funds for equipment needed within the school and to enhance our children’s time at school. This has given us a great boost. easyfundraising is a great, hassle free way to raise money and we’d encourage anyone striving to raise funds to make use of this facility. Thank you so much!”

Winner 4

A £100 donation for New Life Greek Rescue, won by Jane:

“Well what a wonderful surprise and it comes at a time when we really need extra funds due to two cancer treatments ongoing for two of our rescued dogs recently diagnosed.

Winner 5

A £100 donation for St Mark’s Church, Lache and Saltney, won by Joanne:

“That is excellent news, we are raising funds to update our buildings at St. Mark’s Church, Lache and Saltney, to allow better infrastructure to run our youth work and social events for our local community.”