Fundraising

As a charitable group (No. 1135050), run entirely by volunteers, we rely on fundraising to ensure we have the resources to provide a high-quality programme to our members.

A VERY BIG THANKYOU TO ALL OUR FRIENDS, PARENTS AND SUPPORTERS WHO HAVE USED "GIVE AS YOU LIVE" TO SHOP ONLINE AND SUPPORT 1ST EASINGWOLD SCOUT GROUP.  WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED ANOTHER £25 BONUS AND YOU HAVE HELPED US RAISE OVER £377 SINCE 2018.  KEEP UP THE GOOD WORK AND SEE IF WE CAN MAKE IT TO £500!  TO PUT INTO CONTEXT HOW THIS MONEY HELPS US, THIS WILL PAY FOR ONE YEAR'S INSURANCE ON CHASE GARTH SCOUT CENTRE.

You can help with our initiatives for free by using the Give As You Live (GAYL) portal and, if you shop at Amazon (who doesn't?) visit Smile.Amazon.co.uk and look for 1st Easingwold (Forest of Galtres) Scout Group as your chosen charity.  Its very easy to sign up to GAYL by following the link below.   For both GAYL and Smile.Amazon, there is absolutely no cost to you at all and once you are registered with either or both, 1st Easingwold Scout Group automatically receive a percentage of your everyday online shopping purchases straight into our charity bank account - GREAT JOB DONE!

Are you looking forward to a Staycation or that summer trip to sunnier climes? Then you can also help raise funds for Easingwold Scouts by booking travel insurance, airport car parking and holidays via GAYL.  Just visit the link below.

https://www.giveasyoulive.com/join/1st-easingwold-scouts?utm_source=charityfr&utm_medium=post&utm_campaign=FRpostlockdowntravel&utm_content=06ul2020

You can of course just make a simple donation if you wish.

Please sign-up today, its totally free and so easy.  All those pennies really do add up and our supporters have already helped us raise over £350.  So please become a supporter and help us to give your children the best possible scouting experience.  Thank you.

 


1st Easingwold (Forest of Galtres) Scout Group
Scout Centre, Chase Garth Road, Easingwold, North Yorkshire, YO61 3GG


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