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ONE fantastic campaign! Tees Valley Community Foundation wish 08 Cash For Your Community.



pounds 30,000 to give away...

198 groups registered...

Over 3 million tokens collected...

A big well done!

WELL DONE to all you token collectors.

Thanks to your valiant efforts you managed to put together a pile so huge it took our staff days to wade through them all.

You cut out a mighty 3,074,114 tokens from your Evening Gazettes throughout the course of our Wish campaign.

And today, after the huge job of counting every single one of them, we can reveal how much money each group and organisation managed to make through the efforts of all those who helped.

The top group has raised a massive 143,830 tokens which earns them more than pounds 1,400.

And lots of others did extremely well too.

All of our top ten groups, featured on these pages, raised more than pounds 400.

And more than 100 topped the magic pounds 100 figure.

Our special supplement today outlines the amazing a·maze  
v. a·mazed, a·maz·ing, a·maz·es

v.tr.
1. To affect with great wonder; astonish. See Synonyms at surprise.

2. Obsolete To bewilder; perplex.

v.intr.
 amount of work and commitment so many of you put into helping the communities you are involved in.

And it makes the Evening Gazette Evening Gazette is the name of several local newspapers:
  • Colchester Evening Gazette
  • Evening Gazette (Teesside)
  • Evening Gazette (Essex)
  • Reno Evening Gazette, currently known as the Reno Gazette-Journal, in Reno, Nevada
 - and our wonderful sponsor Tees Valley The Tees Valley is an area the North East of England. It can be described as "greater Teesside" and consists of the four unitary authorities created by the breakup of the County of Cleveland in 1996: Hartlepool, Middlesbrough, Redcar & Cleveland, and Stockton-On-Tees along with  Community Foundation - happy to dish out To serve out of a dish; to distribute in portions at table.
(Arch.) To hollow out, as a gutter in stone or wood.
to dispense freely; - also used figuratively; as, to dish out punishment; to dish out abuse or insult s>.

See also: Dish Dish Dish
 pounds 30,000 to support those heartwarming heart·warm·ing or heart-warm·ing  
adj.
1. Causing gladness and pleasure.

2. Eliciting sympathy and tender feelings: a heartwarming tale.

Adj. 1.
, energetic and dedicated efforts.

The money will be shared by 198 groups who registered and went on to save tokens. They range from sports clubs to schools, from music groups to old people's organisations, from scouts and brownies to juvenile jazz bands, from carers to children's charities.

Our Wish campaign was set up to make Every Token Count. We asked you to save up your tokens every night and then we promised to give you a share of the kitty, depending on how many you and your supporters had saved.

Every one of those on our Wish list is a fully deserving cause. And this has been reflected by the response from the public. As well as the groups saving tokens for themselves, many have been supported by Teessiders who cut out the tokens from their Gazettes and sent them on to a charity of their choice.

This campaign touches the very heartbeat of Teesside, with more than 3,000,000 tokens being carefully snipped from the pages of this newspaper - each one of them done so lovingly, for a worthy cause.

And those who didn't manage to save many tokens have at least earned a small amount of money which will help them in some way.

But every penny comes of the kind intentions of those who helped collect.

So, once again, WELL DONE to all of you involved in our registered groups and organisations. And a huge thanks to all who saved tokens.

We hope this campaign will help some of your WISHES to come true.

Now read on, to see how your group fared...

-Darren Thwaites Thwaites may refer to:
  • Thwaites Brewery
  • Thwaites & Reed, oldest clockmakers in the world.
Surnames:
  • John Thwaites (British politician) (1815–1870)
  • John Thwaites (Australian politician) (born 1955)
  • Brian Thwaites (Mathematician)
, Editor

ZOE'S PLACE BABY HOSPICE

ZOE'S Place is a home from home for babies who have life limiting or terminal illnesses, and special needs of varying degrees. Taking up to six infants at any one time and offering support and accommodation for the family, we believe life is precious no matter how long it lasts.

We collected:

143,830

pounds 1,403.62

ABBIE'S LOVE

WE set up our charity Abbie's Love in January 2007 in memory of our beautiful daughter Abbie Jane Clarke. She was 10 years old. Abbie went to sleep on December 1, 2006. She had epilepsy. We decided to call the charity Abbie's Love as she loved everyone she met. The charity has 14 members and we have raised pounds 37,000 doing charity walks, charity nights, dick derby raffles, car boot sales and many other things. The money we raise is going to research into epilepsy and to help children in the North-east. The money will be sent to St James Cook University Hospital The James Cook University Hospital is a 1010 bed major tertiary hospital and district general hospital in Marton, Middlesbrough. It forms part of the South Tees Hospitals NHS Trust, along with the Friarage Hospital in Northallerton. .

We collected:

123,444

pounds 1,204.68

HOG HAVEN HEDGEHOG hedgehog, Old World insectivorous mammal of the family Erinaceidae, related to moles and shrews. The spiny hedgehogs are found in Africa and Eurasia, except SE Asia. They have rounded bodies up to 13 in.  SANCTUARY, REDCAR Red·car  

A municipal borough of northeast England on the North Sea northeast of Middlesbrough. It is a seaside resort and has iron and steel industries. Population: 36,400.
 

SINCE 1989 Hog Haven has cared for more than 1,400 ailing hedgehogs. The sanctuary received awards in 2003 and 2004 and was proud to be placed fourth in last year's Wish campaign. Annual running costs running costs npl [of business] → gastos mpl corrientes [of car] → gastos mpl de mantenimiento

running costs npl [of business
 are pounds 4,000. The sanctuary's motto is "Where there's life there's hope" and no hedgehog is refused care. Pictured right is Lynne Appleby who has dedicated her life caring for hedgehogs.

We collected:

72,333

pounds 705.89

ERIMUS CENTRE ASSOCIATION

WE are a small registered charity which raises funds for adults with learning disabilities in Middlesbrough. People who benefit from the charity are aged 18 upwards, and have different levels of learning disability, plus some people have a physical disability, and there are also people with autism autism (ô`tĭzəm), developmental disability resulting from a neurological disorder that affects the normal functioning of the brain. It is characterized by the abnormal development of communication skills, social skills, and reasoning. . Fundraising for small charities becomes more difficult.

We collected:

69,381

pounds 677.08

CLEVELAND SEARCH AND RESCUE TEAM

THE Cleveland Search and Rescue Team is a voluntary organisation. It exists to help save lives and assist injured and distressed people in the area of the North York North York

Former city (pop., 2001: 608,288), southeastern Ontario, Canada. In 1998 it joined the cities of Etobicoke, Scarborough, Toronto, and York and the borough of East York to become the City of Toronto. North York became a borough in 1967 and a city in 1979.
 Moors National Park. In the 42 years of its existence the team has been involved in assisting at well over 1,000 incidents.

We collected:

58,511

pounds 571

ST ALPHONSUS' RC PRIMARY SCHOOL

ST Alphonsus' RC Primary School is based in North Ormesby North Ormesby is an area in the town of Middlesbrough in the borough of Middlesbrough and the ceremonial county of North Yorkshire, England. It is situated just to the south of the River Tees and the A66, and is adjacent to the Cargo Fleet and South Bank areas of Middlesbrough. , Middlesbrough. We are trying to raise funds to provide play equipment for our outdoor play areas, which are very bare.

We collected:

53504

pounds 522.14

SALTBURN ANIMAL RESCUE ASSOCIATION

OUR mission is rescuing and rooming animals and to endeavour to educate the public on the care, welfare and responsible ownership of pets. Our future plans at Foxrush Farm are to build more kennels ken·nel 1  
n.
1. A shelter for a dog.

2. A pack of dogs, especially hounds. See Synonyms at flock1.

3. An establishment where dogs are bred, trained, or boarded.

4.
, a cattery cattery

a housing facility for cats; usually for boarding or breeding.
, an education centre and wildlife conservation projects.

We collected:

50,072

pounds 488.65

HOLISTIC CANCER CARE CENTRE

THE Holistic Cancer Care Centre is a self-funding charity offering complementary therapies, support and information to cancer patients and carers across the region. It provides a quiet haven in the heart of a busy hospital where people can relax, talk about what they are feeling and receive help with the side effects Side effects

Effects of a proposed project on other parts of the firm.
 of their cancer treatment.

We collected:

48,596

pounds 474.24

THE JESSICA JEWEL TRUST

JESSICA Harrison lost her battle with kidney cancer Kidney Cancer Definition

Kidney cancer is a disease in which the cells in certain tissues of the kidney start to grow uncontrollably and form tumors.
 at the age of seven in 2007. Her parents, Karen and Andy Harrison of Redcar, launched The Jessica Jewel Trust with the aim of raising pounds 20,000 for a caravan at Haggerston Castle Haggerston Castle [1]is a hamlet located in the county of Northumberland. Today, it is best known as a caravan park owned by Haven & British Holidays. Historically, it was a baronetcy in the civil parish of Ancroft, then located in County Durham.  - Jessica's favourite holiday park - for children with cancer. The holiday home will be for families with youngsters on the Children's Cancer Unit at Newcastle's Royal Victoria Infirmary The Royal Victoria Infirmary (RVI), in Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom, was opened on 11 July 1906 by Edward VII on ten acres of Town Moor given by the Corporation and Freemen. .

We collected:

44,725

pounds 436.47

CHRIST THE KING RC PRIMARY

OUR new nursery is well on its way. It's getting nearer every day. We helped buy the bricks - pounds 5 each we had to pay. But now there's no money left for outdoor play. We need bats, balls, bikes - anything will do. Please help make our wishes come true.

We collected:

41,095

pounds 401.04

1ST BILLINGHAM GUIDES

We are trying to update our hall built in 1964. Rainbows, Brownies and the Trefoil trefoil (trē`foil) [O.Fr.,=three-leaf], in botany, name for several plants, chiefly of the pulse family, having trifoliate leaves. Best known of the trefoils is clover.  also use it, learning new crafts, activities and making new friends while having fun. We would like to replace the heating.

We collected:

18,724

pounds 182.73

1ST BROTTON GUIDES

Guides are aged between 10-14 years. We have 20 Guides in our unit with three adult helpers. We meet once a week and do activities that look at issues concerning the environment, self-esteem, our health and the community. Most of all we have fun. We depend solely on subscriptions paid by parents. Last year the money raised from Wish tokens collected by friends and relatives went towards camp equipment for our unit and we had our first camp together this year, which was great fun.

We collected:

10,500

pounds 102.47

1ST BROTTON RAINBOW GUIDES

Rainbow Guides are the youngest members of Girlguiding UK Girlguiding UK is the national Guiding organisation of the United Kingdom. Guiding began in the UK in 1910 after Robert Baden-Powell asked his sister Agnes to start a group especially for girls that would be run along similar lines to Scouting for Boys. , aged from five to seven years. We have 15 Rainbows in our unit with three adult helpers and two young leaders. We meet once a week and enjoy crafts, games and learning about other Rainbows, Brownies and Guides all over the world. We depend solely on subscriptions paid by parents. Last year the money raised from Wish tokens went towards our summer trip to Big Sheep Little Cow at Bedale. The Rainbows had a wonderful time and even gave the pig a wash.

We collected:

8,720

pounds 85.10

1ST FAIRFIELD SCOUT GROUP

1st Fairfield Scout Group was founded in 1944 and includes all of the sections of scouting, from Beavers, Cubs, Scouts, Explorer Scouts
This term should not be confused with Exploring, which was a program of the Boy Scouts of America.


Explorer Scouts (shortened to Explorers), a section of the Scout Association in the United Kingdom for 14 to 18 year olds, was introduced in 2003
 to Young/Adult Leaders. We rely solely on volunteers. We have our own headquarters in Fairfield which is now in need of refurbishment re·fur·bish  
tr.v. re·fur·bished, re·fur·bish·ing, re·fur·bish·es
To make clean, bright, or fresh again; renovate.



re·fur
.

We collected:

17,896

pounds 174.65

1ST MARSKE & NEW MARSKE 'BARN OWLS' SCOUT GROUP

The 1st Marske and New Marske 'Barn owls' Scout Group needs to raise enough money to send its Beavers, Cubs and Scouts to a summer event in 2009. We are a group consisting of more than 120 young people from six to 16 years old and it is our hope to be able to give most, if not all of these boys and girls boys and girls

mercurialisannua.
 an adventure to be remembered.

We collected:

9,456

pounds 92.28

1ST MARSKE GIRLS BRIGADE

1st Marske Girls Brigade will be celebrating its 50th anniversary in 2010. We have 15 girls and six affiliated boy members. This summer we enjoyed our fifth joint weekend camp in York and have eight members currently completing their Bronze Duke of Edinburgh's award

We collected:

12,881

pounds 125.70

1ST NORTON SCOUT GROUP

The 1st Norton Scout Group is celebrating its centenary year. We need extra funds for outdoor activity equipment, which will help the young members gain experience with survival, cooking and camping skills.

We collected:

3,028

pounds 29.55

2ND BROTTON BROWNIES

2nd Brotton Brownies is a village-based unit of 24 girls aged between seven and 10. We meet every week during term time, undertaking a wide programme of activities including badge work, interest badges, baking, art work and are also involved in the community - carol singing in aged persons homes, raising money for other charities and attending church.

We collected:

14,932

pounds 145.72

2ND HARTBURN SCOUT GROUP

2nd Hartburn Scout Group started in 1959. Scouting is fun but some of our activities can be expensive. We cater for children from varying backgrounds so money raised is to help ensure scouting continues to be accessible to everyone regardless of the cost for another 50 years at least.

We collected:

7,536

pounds 73.54

2ND NORMANBY (ST GEORGE'S) SCOUT GROUP

2nd Normanby (St George's) Scout Group has a Beaver, Cub and Scout Section for boys and girls aged six to 14. All sections take part in exciting activities often leading to badges and achievement awards. New members are always welcome. For further information please visit our website www.2ndnormanbyscouts.ik.com

We collected:

10,152

pounds 99.07

2ND SALTBURN BROWNIES

The 22 Brownies, aged from seven to 10, collected tokens to buy a bag of sporting equipment which includes a parachute, bats and balls and hula hoops. They meet every Tuesday and the girls play games and work towards badges and plan trips away like camping. They always raise money for charity and the money the girls get from Wish will go towards putting on fundraising events to help a children's charity.

We collected:

7,491

pounds 73.10

3RD TEESVILLE BROWNIES

Our girls have varying abilities and backgrounds. We offer all girls equal opportunities to experience fun, friendship and confidence-building activities regardless of background and family circumstances. We hope to have a Brownie holiday next summer open to all.

We collected:

25,608

pounds 249.91

9TH REDCAR BROWNIES

We enjoy doing things like going on trips to the Life Centre at Newcastle. We also love learning new songs and games from different Brownie packs around the world. Extra funds are also welcome to enable us to persue different outdoor activities.

We collected:

7,624

pounds 74.40

15TH MIDDLESBROUGH TRINITY METHODIST GUIDES

We invite all to our weekly meetings, organising activities that the girls may not otherwise experience. We help them to gain life and social skills while having fun. We encourage consideration of others, respect others' opinions and activities with others. We arrange holidays, providing opportunities they would not otherwise have.

We collected:

5,072

pounds 49.50

21ST MIDDLESBROUGH SCOUT GROUP

The aim of the 21st Middlesbrough Scout Group is to contribute to the development of young people in their social and intellectual skills and to help them gain a fuller experience of life. The group is always seeking funds to upgrade its equipment and to subsidise the cost of transport for outdoor activities such as camps, pack holidays and expeditions.

We collected:

9,984

pounds 97.43

53RD MIDDLESBROUGH SCOUT GROUP

We meet every Friday evening in Easterside Primary School during term times and our aim is to help young people between the ages of six and 14 to achieve their full physical, intellectual, social and spiritual potential. Our young people are in three age ranges - six to eight years (Beaver Scouts Beaver Scouts (shortened to Beavers) are a section of The Scout Association in the United Kingdom for 6 to 8 year old boys and girls. A particular section of Beaver Scouts is known as a Colony. ), eight to 10.5 years (Cub Scouts) 10.5-14 years (Scouts). They play games and do practical work and learn to work as a team. They go camping, walking and do other outside activities. We are subsidised and have to raise pounds 2,500 a year to pay for hire of the school and other costs. All our leaders and helpers are volunteers.

We collected:

15,395

pounds 150.24

A.S.S.I.S.T

We are a group of parents hoping to raise much-needed extra funds for our children's primary school (Avenue School Social Initiative Supporting Together) parents' association). We were delighted with the money raised from last year's Wish campaign, thanks to the tremendous support from the pupils and their families.

We collected:

27,245

pounds 265.88

ACE YOUTH CLUB

We are a volunteer based group running a youth club for five to 11-year-old children in the Gresham area. We have between 20-30 children weekly and are always looking for funding to enable us to keep up with craft supplies and take children out on trips

We collected:

10,136

pounds 98.92

ALBANY YOUTH CENTRE

Our youth club is open five nights a week. It is somewhere warm, bright and welcoming for our children and youths to hang out in Norton. Our friendly youth workers always have a caring attitude, while providing many activities - for example pool, computers, music and the occasional trip out.

We collected:

12,728

pounds 124.21

ASYLUM, Stockton

We collected:

2,080

pounds 20.30

BANKFIELDS PRIMARY

We collected:

23,056

pounds 225.00

BEECHWOOD PRIMARY

Beechwood Primary accommodates children aged three to 11. The Wish tokens will be used towards the purchase of equipment for our children

We collected:

6,811

pounds 66.47

BELLE VUE Belle Vue may refer to:

Placenames:
  • Belle Vue, Bradford — a district of Bradford near Manningham Lane
  • Belle Vue, Cumbria — a district of Carlisle
  • Belle Vue, Doncaster — a locality within Doncaster
 CARE HOME RESIDENTS GARDEN CLUB

We wish to increase the wildlife in our gardens and in our neighbourhood. We take part in the RSPB RSPB n abbr (Brit) (= Royal Society for the Protection of Birds) → LPO f

RSPB (Brit) n abbr (= Royal Society for the Protection of Birds) →
 survey and would like bird and bat boxes and a camera so we can see all the birds hatching. We also like to grow plants to encourage bees, butterflies and small mammals.

We collected:

11,600

pounds 113.20

BILLINGHAM CHORAL SOCIETY

Founded in 1951, it consists of 40 amateur singers who enjoy rehearsals and concerts. To take part in a Choral Spectacular in Newcastle City Hall Newcastle City Hall is a concert hall located in Newcastle upon Tyne, which has hosted many popular music acts through the years.

It is adjacent to the city baths. External links
  • Official website
 next year, new music must be ordered and will be very expensive.

We collected:

18,606

pounds 181.57

BILLINGHAM RUFC RUFC Rugby Union Football Club
RUFC Rotherham United Football Club
 - UNDER 12 YOUTH TEAM

Our team put 110% effort into their rugby but I am estimating this team will increase with this age group starting senior school and they introduce rugby. We are raising money for new team strips, but also raise funds towards the Jack Smith Appeal. Jack has sustained a broken neck injury through playing rugby and is wheelchair bound.

We collected:

8,848

pounds 86.35

BILLINGHAM RUGBY CLUB UNDER-15s

Last year the club used their Wish money to buy new tracksuits and will be hoping to do something similar this year.

We collected:

2,792

pounds 27.25

BILLINGHAM SWIMMING CLUB

Members are aged from three to 80 years. We are a self-funding voluntary club. We teach non-swimmers through to competitive standard. Among our achievements, five members competed at the English Nationals and four are on the England Talent Swim Scheme and one on the Olympic 2012 Scheme.

We collected:

12,120

pounds 118.28

BILLINGHAM TOWN FC UNDER 15s

Billingham Town are a group of boys. They prefer football instead of toys Through the game they've made friends for life Raising funds through toil and strife Playing abroad they'd hate to miss And will be able to do so, if you grant their wish.

We collected:

9,468

pounds 92.40

BILLINGHAM TOWN FC UNDER 16s

Billingham Town Under 16s Football Club has been invited to play in a football tournament in Holland in August 2009. We are raising funds to ensure all the players can attend the tournament.

We collected:

7,652

pounds 74.68

BLINDVOICE UK

Our mission is to enable people who are blind and partially-sighted to achieve equality and realise their full potential. We provide a wide range of services to meet the needs of blind people. Sight loss can lead to despair and isolation and we believe we can make a difference to their lives.

We collected:

6.441

pounds 62.86

BOROUGH OF STOCKTON SWIM SCHEME

BOSSS provides swimmers from this area with coaching and facilities allowing them to compete at the highest levels. BOSSS has produced regional, national, British and World Championship medallists and Olympians. We raise funds so we can continue to provide an environment that allows our swimmers to reach their full potential

We collected:

23,624

pounds 230.54

BOWESFIELD PRIMARY SCHOOL

Last year, young filmmakers became schoolroom Spielbergs after collecting tokens to buy new state-of-the-art equipment. Pupils and staff at Bowesfield Primary, in Stockton, signed up again to the Wish campaign to raise more money for the school.

We collected:

8,962

pounds 87.46

BRAMBLES PRIMARY SCHOOL

Brambles Primary is an inclusive school An inclusive school is a school that encourages special needs students and students without special needs to learn together. Therefore, students are able to learn to live together. There are some inclusive schools in the world.  in Middlesbrough. The staff are committed to providing every child with a quality education and giving them a wide variety of experience. Brambles has a positive ethos and we work in partnership with the parents, governors and the wider community. Money raised will be used to support enrichment activities for all children in school.

We collected:

11,150

pounds 108.81

BREATHERCISE TEESSIDE

We are a voluntary, self-supporting, exercise group to help and encourage sufferers and their carers. We meet in Southlands Leisure Centre each Tuesday under the supervision of a qualified fitness instructor fitness instructor fit nFitnesstrainer(in) m(f)  and respiratory nurse.

We collected:

32,580

pounds 317.95

BRECKON HILL GARDENING CLUB

We collected:

2,500

pounds 24.40

BURLAM ROAD CARE HOME

We collected:

5,831

pounds 56.90

BUTTERWICK HOUSE CHILDREN'S HOSPICE A children's hospice is a hospice specifically designed to help children who will not live to reach adulthood with the emotional and physical challenges they face, and also to provide respite care for their families.  

We collected:

18,100

pounds 176.64

CAEDMON PRIMARY SCHOOL

We are keen to continually improve and structure our children's playtimes. We see the pleasure that the children get out of having playtime equipment and are keen to provide as much as possible. However, because the equipment is so popular it requires continual replenishment.

We collected:

13,116

pounds 128

CARERS TOGETHER IN REDCAR AND CLEVELAND The borough of Redcar & Cleveland is a unitary authority in the ceremonial county of North Yorkshire, England consisting of Redcar, Saltburn-by-the-Sea, Guisborough, and small towns such as Brotton, Skelton and Loftus.  

Carers Together is an organisation providing support and information to carers of partners, relatives and friends. We have a telephone helpline helpline
Noun

a telephone line set aside for callers to contact an organization for help with a problem

helpline nteléfono de asistencia al público

 for caring inquiries and a dedicated team of development workers to discuss caring issues. We also provide information through our resource library and website www.carerstogether-rc.org.uk

We collected:

14,690

pounds 143.36

CENTRAL DISTRICT GIRL GUIDES

We are part of the Girl Guiding Association for the benefit of the children of Ragworth and Central Stockton aged between 6 to 16. We aim to share the guiding aims of fun and friendship in weekly meetings, pack holidays and camp.

We collected:

5,751

pounds 56.12

CHALONER PRIMARY SCHOOL PTFA

Chaloner Primary School PTFA was established in 2006 with the aim of raising money for the benefit of the children, while holding events involving the children, such as discos and our annual summer fair. We strive to put the 'fun' back into fundraising.

We collected:

10,098

pounds 98.55

CHARLTONS COMMUNITY CENTRE

A small committee running the village hall at Charltons, near Guisborough, serving local residents with functions and various activities. It is available for hire for a small charge and serves as a meeting place for the nearby community. We need to raise funds for the upkeep of the hall for both maintenance and running costs.

We collected:

3,594

pounds 35.07

CHILD DEAF YOUTH PROJECT

An organisation that brings deaf and hearing impaired children together at a weekly youth club, with activities such as swimming, self-defence, orienteering orienteering

Cross-country footrace in which each participant uses a map and compass to navigate between checkpoints along an unfamiliar course. Introduced in Sweden in 1918, it later spread throughout Europe. World championships have been held since 1966.
. They also have outings in school holidays. The CDYP covers all the Tees Valley for children aged five to 17. Most of the children attend mainstream school and this for many is their only chance to get together with their deaf friends.

We collected:

21,604

pounds 210.83

CHILDREN OF HANDALE PRIMARY SCHOOL

Handale Primary School is situated in Loftus on the edge of Redcar and Cleveland. We need support to provide coaches for educational trips to broaden our children's experience. A visit to the theatre, an art gallery or science museum which can be taken for granted Adj. 1. taken for granted - evident without proof or argument; "an axiomatic truth"; "we hold these truths to be self-evident"
axiomatic, self-evident

obvious - easily perceived by the senses or grasped by the mind; "obvious errors"
 by some is a "wish" for our children

We collected:

13,284

pounds 129.64

CLEVELAND ALZHEIMER'S RESIDENTIAL CENTRE LTD LTD 1 Laron-type dwarfism 2 Leukotriene D 3 Long-term depression, see there 4. Long-term disability  

Our charity provides high quality specialist residential and day care for people with Alzheimer's disease Alzheimer's disease (ăls`hī'mərz, ôls–), degenerative disease of nerve cells in the cerebral cortex that leads to atrophy of the brain and senile dementia.  and associated dementias. The ethos throughout the two 38-bedded homes in Stockton and specialist day centre in Guisborough is to provide a comfortable and homely environment to create stimuli and a chance to socialise Verb 1. socialise - take part in social activities; interact with others; "He never socializes with his colleagues"; "The old man hates to socialize"
socialize
.

We collected:

10,643

pounds 103.86

CLEVELAND JUNIORS UNDER 9s

Cleveland Juniors Under 9s are an up-and-coming football team trying to raise funds for equipment. We are also fundraising for a chance to go to a football tournament in Skegness, which will give them more experience and a chance to better themselves.

We collected:

22,316

pounds 217.78

CLEVELAND MILITAIRES JUVENILE JAZZ BAND

We collected:

20,974

pounds 204.68

CLEVELAND YOUTH CLUB FOR THE SIGHT IMPAIRED, TEESSIDE SOCIETY FOR THE BLIND

The youth club is a charitable, non-profit making, self-funding club, providing a venue where the children who are blind or partially-sighted can socialise and do things that able-bodied children take for granted, such as trips to the park, swimming, sailing and holidays away from home.

We collected:

18,597

pounds 181.49

COASTWATCH, REDCAR

Our aim is 1.

We collected:

25,820

pounds 251.98

COULBY NEWHAM Coulby Newham is a large housing estate in the borough of Middlesbrough and the ceremonial county of North Yorkshire, England, with a resident population of 10,700.  JFC (Java Foundation Classes) A class library from Sun that provides an application framework and graphical user interface (GUI) routines for Java programmers. Sun, Netscape, IBM and others contributed to JFC, which combines Sun's Abstract Windowing Toolkit (AWT) and  UNDER 11s

We are a local football team who play in the TJFA. We put a lot of effort into making the game fun and encourage the players to express themselves and plan the game and respect officials. We would love to take the team to Blackpool for a national tournament next May.

We collected:

10,676

pounds 104.19

CRUSE BEREAVEMENT Bereavement Definition

Bereavement refers to the period of mourning and grief following the death of a beloved person or animal. The English word bereavement
 CARE

Cruse exists to promote the wellbeing of anyone bereaved by death to enable people to understand their grief and cope with their loss. Cruse provides direct support services support services Psychology Non-health care-related ancillary services–eg, transportation, financial aid, support groups, homemaker services, respite services, and other services  for clients, information, education and training services in bereavement issues for everyone as well as training and development for volunteers and staff.

We collected:

10,032

pounds 97.90

DASDIC

Darlington Asylum Seekers Drop-In Centre is a new group, providing a meeting place to make friends and relax. Second-hand clothes and household items are available as well as help with English. We aim to help meet people's needs or point to someone who can.

We collected:

2,956

pounds 28.85

EAST CLEVELAND East Cleveland, city (1990 pop. 33,096), Cuyahoga co., NE Ohio, a suburb of Cleveland; inc. 1911. Mostly residential, it has some declining light industry. It is, however, the site of a General Electric lamp factory and research laboratory.  BELLS JUNIOR JAZZ BAND

The band was among those to benefit in the first Wish campaign.

We collected:

18,268

pounds 178.28

EAST CLEVELAND MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS HOME

The Ann Charlton Lodge is a care home for sufferers of multiple sclerosis. It has provision for 23 residents, with two beds kept for respite. We are hoping to replace our minibus min·i·bus  
n. pl. min·i·bus·es or min·i·bus·ses
A small bus typically used for short trips.


minibus
Noun

a small bus

Noun 1.
, which is reaching the end of its life. The minibus is used for outings and for transporting residents to essential appointments.

We collected:

15,320

pounds 149.51

EGGLESCLIFFE PARISH CHURCH

We are raising funds to make our beautiful medieval church in Egglesciffe village suitable for the needs of the 21st century. We have already improved the internal layout and lighting but now need to build a small extension to contain an equal-access toilet, storage facilities and a new boiler.

We collected:

5,710

pounds 55.72

EMMANUEL YOUTH PROJECT

We are a not-for-profit organisation benefiting the community in the Tees Valley. Emmanuel Youth Project exists for the benefit of the children (four-13) of Saltburn. By employing a full-time worker and a full time international volunteer, we aim to bring LIFE - spiritual, emotional, physical - to this town. We run cafes, clubs, and school activities and provide mentoring for young people.

We collected:

2,998

pounds 29.26

ESSANYU - THE NUNTHORPE HELP AFRICA APPEAL

Essanyu links with Ndekye School, Uganda, to create cultural, academic and social understanding between two communities. Visiting Ndekye will broaden our experiences, enabling us to think and act with sensitivity to others' needs, cultural beliefs and education. Essanyu means happiness in Luganda. We aim to bring happiness to everyone involved.

We collected:

18,268

pounds 178.28

ESTON AND AYTON JUDO CLUB

Eston and Ayton Judo Club has four coaches and teaches students age four to adulthood. The coaches run the club voluntarily and take students and their parents to competitions. New mats and equipment are bought by fundraising, this also enables us to run competitions at our judo club.

We collected:

5,652

pounds 55.16

FACT

FACT stands for Fun Activity and Christian Teaching. We provide a safe environment for young people aged 11-18 from the Gresham, Newport and Cannon Park Cannon Park is a suburb in the south-west of the City of Coventry, West Midlands, England. It can be accessed via the major roads Kenpas Highway (A45) or Kenilworth Road. The area has a shopping centre of the same name which features food stores, shops and eateries.  area of Middlesbrough to meet and play games. There is no charge for the those who attend.

We collected:

6,913

pounds 67.46

FAMILIES TALKING

Families Talking provides support for couples and families affected by separation or divorce. We have a mediation service that helps to resolve problems by agreement, avoids involving the courts and reduces conflict. Our counselling service helps children who are having difficulty coping with the changes in their family life.

We collected:

2,592

pounds 25.30

FOCAS FOCAS Fellowship Of Christian Anglers Society
FOCAS Forward Crash Avoidance Systems
FOCAS Fiber Optic Cable Assemblies
FOCAS Flag Officer Carriers and Amphibious Ships (Royal Navy until Mid 80s) 
 

Families of Children on the Autistic Spectrum Autism spectrum disorders (ASD), also called autism spectrum conditions (ASC) or the autism spectrum, with the word autistic sometimes replacing autism  is a parent-led support group. Autism is often seen as a "hidden" disability, causing much anxiety to many parents, especially in public places.

We collected:

6,840

pounds 66.75

FRESH EXPRESSIONS

Fresh Expressions is part of St Mary's Church, Acklam for children aged seven to 14. We use drama, music, craft and team games team games npljeux mpl d'équipe

team games nplgiochi mpl di squadra 
, along with some religious input, to help our children grow into well-rounded adults. We would like to buy some computer equipment so our children can start making a magazine to be distributed around Acklam.

We collected:

11,796

pounds 115.12

FRIENDS OF BADER PRIMARY SCHOOL

We are a small but active group of parents, grandparents and staff who aim to raise funds and organise fun events for the benefit of pupils of Bader Primary School and their families. We hope to buy outdoor play equipment.

We collected:

10,963

pounds 106.99

FRIENDS OF BERWICK HILLS Berwick Hills is a neighbourhood in east Middlesbrough, England with a population of 4,465.  PRIMARY SCHOOL

We are a dedicated group of parents, grandparents, staff and volunteers who hold fundraising events throughout the year. All money raised goes towards projects relating to relating to relate prepconcernant

relating to relate prepbezüglich +gen, mit Bezug auf +acc 
 the pupils.

We collected:

21,590

pounds 210.69

FRIENDS OF CHANDLERS RIDGE

Friends of Chandlers Ridge is a group of parents and teachers who help to raise funds for the primary school. Fundraising evenings such as fashion shows, children's discos, family quiz nights and family race nights are among the ways in which funds have been raised. The funds raised so far have been used to purchase playground furniture, a sewing machine sewing machine, device that stitches cloth and other materials. An attempt at mechanical sewing was made in England (1790) with a machine having a forked, automatic needle that made a single-thread chain. In 1830, B.  for costume-making, funding artists to work with the children and also help to fund healthy living week.

We collected:

14,235

pounds 138.92

FRIENDS OF FREEBROUGH

We are a recently-formed small informal group of family, staff and friends of the college. We aim to raise funds for the benefit of the students by organising charitable events here at Freebrough. Students will be able to 'bid' for funding through our Dragons' Den style panel.

We collected:

9,336

pounds 91.11

FRIENDS OF GLENEAGLES (F.R.O.G.S)

Friends of Gleneagles (F.R.O.G.S) raise funds to benefit disabled children living in the Middlesbrough area. We organise and fund family outings and events. We also contribute towards the purchase and upkeep of a minibus and help provide some toys, equipment and outings to Gleneagles Resource Centre and its associated groups.

We collected:

18,204

pounds 177.65

FRIENDS OF GUISBOROUGH FOREST & WALKWAY

Support the rangers at Guisborough Forest Walkways, promoting and improving educational and recreational facilities and resources; and encouraging the use of the countryside by a wide spectrum of people. To help in the management of the site in a way that will conserve and enhance the natural historic environment.

We collected:

13,256

pounds 129.36

FRIENDS OF HUMMERSEA PRIMARY

We collected:

7,728

pounds 75.42

FRIENDS OF JUNCTION FARM PTA PTA or parent-teacher association: see parent education.  

Friends of Junction Farm is the PTA of Junction Farm Primary School and consists of parents, staff and friends of the school. We work together organising fun events for pupils and families such as discos, fetes and competitions. We have raised money for a stage, toys, games and leavers' mugs.

We collected:

10,096

pounds 98.53

FRIENDS OF ST MARK'S St Mark's may refer to:
  • St Mark's Basilica
  • St. Mark's College (University of Adelaide)
  • St Mark's Day
  • St. Mark's School of Texas
  • St. Mark's School
  • St Mark's Square
 ELM TREE

Friends of Marks Elm Tree is a charity that supports the school. It is run by volunteers, raising money by organising events such as fairs, cake stalls and a big sleep-over every summer. We use the money to provide things that the school cannot afford and we also pay for trips and visits for children whose parents are unable to pay.

We collected:

12,056

pounds 117.65

FRIENDS OF REDCAR CEMETERY

We are a community group formed by residents to improve Redcar Cemetery. We have renewed the entrance gates and ornamental window, opened up flowerbeds, funded or found funding for six new seats. We have asked the council to renew the fencing around the middle and end sections, erected a stone plaque to 150 babies in unmarked graves to enable relatives to be able to pay their respects for the first time. We have produced six newsletters and reinstated a half moon memorial garden which will be dedicated to those who lost their lives at sea.

We collected:

18,938

pounds 184.81

THE FRIENDS OF ST MARGARET'S WAY CHILDREN'S HOME children's home ncentro de acogida para niños

children's home nfoyer m d'accueil (pour enfants)

children's home n
 

We are a registered charity that fundraises to provide outings, new play equipment and finance to keep the home's minibus on the road. St Margaret's Way is a respite care Respite Care

Short-term or temporary care of a few hours or weeks of the sick or disabled to provide relief, or respite, to the regular caregiver, usually a family member.

Notes:
 home for children up to 18 years old, who have physical or learning disabilities.

We collected:

10,560

pounds 103.05

FRIENDS OF ST THOMAS MORE PRIMARY SCHOOL

2008 is the National Year of Reading. To help promote reading further, St Thomas More Primary School wishes for a computerised library system. The new system will mean books are organised, easier to find and keep track of when taken home and help make all the children great readers.

We collected:

18,973

pounds 185.16

FRIENDS OF STAGESTRUCK

We are a group of parents raising funds to allow a troupe of dancers aged five to 14 to travel to Paris to participate in an exciting Disneyland dance show. Money raised will help towards travel and accommodation costs. These dedicated boys and girls spend many hours rehearsing and would love to achieve their Disney dream.

We collected:

6,648

pounds 64.88

FRIENDS OF STEWART PARK Stewart Park is in Ithaca, New York. Ithaca is located on the southern tip of Cayuga Lake, the largest Finger Lake, and Stewart sits directly on that tip. The park is a popular place for barbecues, frisbee, tennis, baseball, and softball, as well as fishing and swimming on the lake.  

The Friends of Stewart Park are volunteers who work in partnership with park managers to monitor the restoration and development. We assist in the promotion of the park as a major attraction, help staff with work within the park, such as seasonal plantings and clear-ups, and undertake long term projects.

We collected:

11,905

pounds 116.18

FRIENDS OF THORNTREE CEMETERIES

The Friends group was set up to work with the local authority to improve the facilities and surroundings in both Thorntree cemeteries. We hope to engage with local schools and encourage young people to get actively involved with improvements within the cemeteries. We are hoping that through interaction and awareness local kids will have more respect for the cemeteries and the people who visit.

We collected:

2,892

pounds 28.22

GIRL GUIDING TEES WEST DIVISION

Girls from five years participate in a fun and challenging programme that includes crafts, games, outdoor activities, trips and holidays. 2010 is the Centenary of Girl Guiding and the Division is hoping to hold special celebratory events. Fundraising events like bag-packing and coffee mornings are planned, but any additional funding will enhance the opportunities for the girls.

We collected:

28,032

pounds 273.56

GIRLGUIDING MARSKE AND NEW MARSKE DISTRICT

We collected:

11,592

pounds 113.13

GLASTONBURY HOUSE MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE

This is a newly-formed group that hopes to provide social inclusion equipment, stationery and day trips to the coast and the country from this sheltered accommodation. We are collecting tokens for the disabled and elderly living in the tower block to make their lives that bit better.

We collected:

7,916

pounds 77.25

GLEBE GLEBE, eccl. law. The land which belongs to a church. It is the dowry of the church. Gleba est terra qua consistit dos ecclesiae. Lind. 254; 9 Cranch, Rep. 329. In the civil law it signified the soil of an inheritance; there were serfs of the glebe, called gleboe addicti.  PLAYGROUP playgroup
Noun

a regular meeting of infants for supervised creative play

playgroup njardín m de infancia

playgroup play n
 

We are a non-profit-making registered charity which aims to provide a safe and secure environment for the children who attend the playgroup. We value all the children as individuals and promote a stimulating environment with activities and learning opportunities through play and development.

We collected:

4,812

pounds 46.96

GLEN CREDIT UNION

GLEN Credit Union is a profit-sharing, financial co-operative, owned and controlled by its members. It aims to encourage members to save regularly at weekly collection points, provides loans to members at a low rate of interest and provides help and support on managing financial affairs.

We collected:

4,152

pounds 40.52

GO SPORT CONYERS

Go Sport is a community sports project that runs on evenings, weekends and holidays at Conyers School, Yarm. It aims to create a wide range of sports and recreation opportunities for all ages. Go Sport is a not-for-profit organisation. All income goes back in to support the project.

We collected:

1,956

pounds 19.09

GREAT AYTON Coordinates:

Great Ayton is a village and civil parish in the Hambleton district of North Yorkshire on the edge of the North York Moors in England. The name Great Ayton is thought to derive from Ea-tun, tun meaning farm and 'ea' meaning river.
 TOURIST INFORMATION tourist information - Information in an on-line display that is not immediately useful, but contributes to a viewer's gestalt of what's going on with the software or hardware behind it.  

Great Ayton Tourist Information is open every day from Easter to October, offering a high quality and welcoming service. Leaflets from a wide variety of tourist attractions are available. We are self-funded and hold regular fundraising events.

We collected:

12,982

pounds 126.69

GREEN GATES PRIMARY SCHOOL

Green Gates Primary School Council wants to help improve our school even further. Our friends voted us to be the School Council and we are asked to make decisions with our headteacher to make our school a better place.

We collected:

22,000

pounds 214.70

GRENFELL YOUTH CLUB

The Grenfell Youth Club is a place for adults and children of varying abilities and ages to develop social and communication skills through leisure activities. The club is open five nights a week, Monday and Friday evenings for 14 years and over, Tuesday for 16 years and over, Wednesday and Thursday evenings for six-16 years.

We collected:

10,728

pounds 104.69

GUISBOROUGH CHEERLEADING The examples and perspective in this article or section may not represent a worldwide view of the subject.
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 TEAM

Guisborough Cheerleading Team, a.k.a. the 'Pumas' were formed three months ago by coach Tara Jemson. We have performed at events such as Party In The Priory, Guisborough Get Together and, most recently, Middlesbrough's 10k run Tees Pride run where we were received very well.

We collected:

12,858

pounds 125.48

GUISBOROUGH TOWN FOOTBALL CLUB

Guisborough Town FC was rescued from near-oblivion in November 2005. We have now generated junior, ladies' and men's senior football competing in Northern, Wearside, Teesside Junior Alliance and North Riding Ladies leagues. We have Under-10 to Under-18 teams in TJFA plus senior football.

We collected:

16,500

pounds 161.02

HAPPY TALK (SUPPORTING PEOPLE Supporting People is a UK government programme helping vulnerable people live independently and keep their social housing tenancies. It is run by local government and provided by the voluntary sector. It was launched on 1 April, 2003. External links
  • Supporting People
 WITH STROKES)

We collected:

24,480

pounds 238.90

HARDWICK IN PARTNERSHIP LTD

Hardwick in Partnership Ltd is a community-based charity, working with the residents of Hardwick and surrounding areas. The charity runs the HYPE Youth Project and produces the Hardwick Today free newspaper as well as bringing together local agencies to provide training opportunities, job search, advocacy and advice to local residents.

We collected:

2,776

pounds 27.09

HELPING HANDS FOR YOU

The group, which cares for the elderly and disabled, wants help to run two minibuses used for transport to and from events. A total of pounds 5,000 is needed for one bus and to operate a Wednesday lunch club and coffee morning at Newcomen Methodist Church. But more money could mean it opening another service for more people at Zetland Park Methodist Church, Redcar.

We collected:

7,644

pounds 74.60

HOLME HOUSE VISITORS CENTRE SOCIETY

Holme House Visitors' Centre Society was established in 1992 when HMP HMP - hybrid multiprocessing  Holme first opened. The society provides guidance, support, advice and information to the families of prisoners. The majority of the Visitors' Centre staff are volunteers.

We collected:

3,532

pounds 34.47

HURWORTH GRANGE MOTHER & TODDLER GROUP

We are the only mother and toddler group in our village. We bring mums together for a chat and help children interact and make friends. Our group relies on toy donations.

We collected:

2,000

pounds 19.52

INGS FARM NEWSPAPER CLUB

Ings Farm Primary School aims to ensure that all its pupils are well-rounded individuals.

Children at the school undertake a wide variety of different projects. One of these has been the school newspaper club. This has enabled them to produce a page for the Schools' Gazette featured in the Evening Gazette. They would now like to develop these skills further and produce a newspaper to be distributed to the local community. The children have raised half the funding needed through a variety of initiatives, including last year's Wish Campaign.

We collected:

16,000

pounds 156.14

KADER FC B UNDER-10s

We are a local Under-10s (B) football team which has just been promoted to the second division. We are hoping to go to a tournament in May 2009 and any help would be much appreciated.

We collected:

11,138

pounds 108.69

KADER UNDER-11s

We are Kader Under-11s and we would like to raise money for new training equipment. Our lads all work really hard come rain or snow and they all give 100%.

We collected:

6,024

pounds 58.79

KILTON THORPE Kilton Thorpe is a village in the borough of Redcar and Cleveland and the ceremonial county of North Yorkshire, England.

Locations in the unitary authority of Redcar and Cleveland, in the ceremonial county of North Yorkshire.
 SCHOOL

Kilton Thorpe is a special school catering for pupils between three to 19 years with a range of special needs. We are fundraising to update the sensory equipment in our hydrotherapy hydrotherapy, use of water in the treatment of illness or injury. Although the medicinal and hygienic value of water was recognized by the early Greeks, hydrotherapy attained its widest use in the 18th and 19th cent.  pool - used by pupils and adults in the community with special needs

We collected:

36,822

pounds 359.34

LANGBAURGH THEATRE ORGAN A theatre organ is a pipe organ originally designed specifically for imitation of an orchestra, but in latter years new designs have tended to be around some of the sounds and blends unique to the instrument itself.  SOCIETY

We are a small group of volunteers who provide a series of monthly theatre organ concerts, aimed primarily at older residents, at the James Finegan Municipal Hall, Eston on Sunday afternoons, attracting more than 100 people. Work is done by our technical team on a volunteer basis. Our running expenses include publicity, hall hire and professional artist fees. We have the lowest concert admission charges in the United Kingdom and try to keep this low level to be of benefit to our senior citizens. We are non-profit making.

We collected:

3,296

pounds 32.17

LEVEN AFC (1) (Application Foundation Classes) A class library from Microsoft that provides an application framework and graphics, graphical user interface (GUI) and multimedia routines for Java programmers.  UNDER 8S

We collected:

8,553

pounds 83.47

LINGDALE PRIMARY SCHOOL

We collected:

5,403

pounds 52.73

LINGFIELD PRIMARY SCHOOL

We would like help to buy games and activities which can be used by children during indoor, wet playtimes. The games currently used have seen better days and this would be an opportunity for staff from nursery through to Y6 to update and replace equipment in their areas.

We collected:

17,886

pounds 174.55

LINTHORPE PRIMARY SCHOOL

We collected:

8,460

pounds 82.56

MANDALE MILL PRIMARY SCHOOL

We collected:

21,416

pounds 209

MARSKE & REDCAR ST JOHN AMBULANCE

Marske and Redcar St John Ambulance was formed more than 60 years ago and the headquarters built by members 35 years ago. It now needs renovation.

We collected:

31,300

pounds 305.45

MARSKE COMMUNITY POP-IN

We are a group of volunteers who provide a weekly pop-in for over 50s, living alone or couples, to have a hot meal or snack, meet new people and go on regular outings. We fund these activities with raffles and tombolas throughout the year.

We collected:

8,698

pounds 84.88

MARTON FC UNDER 13s

Last year the Wish appeal helped us to achieve our dream of playing in a tournament in Spain. This year, it's back to basics. We need new kit and equipment, and we'll be swapping Barcelona for Blackpool.

We collected:

14,612

pounds 142.60

MARTON FOOTBALL CLUB UNDER 9S

We hope to raise funds to buy a training kit. We are normally funded by parents who boost the club's finances by holding fundraising events such as race nights and selling raffle tickets on match days.

We collected:

8,584

pounds 83.77

MARTON FC UNDER 7s.

We collected:

15,593

pounds 152.17

MARTON HALL DRIVE FC UNDER 10s

We collected:

1,860

pounds 18.15

MIDDLESBROUGH & DISTRICT EPILEPSY SUPPORT GROUP

A small independent group with funds raised from a Sabic donation, Arriva charity football match, the Wish Appeal 2007 and a raffle for MFC pennant have helped support a nurse at Leeds Met University to study Epilepsy Care. We want to raise funds for another nurse in 2009 to improve epilepsy awareness.

We collected:

19,990

pounds 195.08

MIDDLESBROUGH GYMNASTICS CLUB

As a newly-formed gymnastics club based at Ormesby Sports complex, Netherfields, East Middlesbrough our aims are to develop young people's gymnastic skills. We encourage all abilities to come and enjoy this wonderful sport. We want to raise funds towards purchasing much-needed equipment.

We collected:

19,406

pounds 189.38

MIDDLESBROUGH PHAB PHAB Profile of Hearing Aid Benefit
PHAB Physical Handicapped and Able Bodied
PHAB Parole and Humanitarian Assistance Branch
 

We're a small group of disabled and able-bodied. We go on day trips with those who don't get out or go anywhere. We also hold a social evening every Monday at the Trinity Church Trinity is a commonly used name for Christian churches, especially within the Anglican and Russian Orthodox traditions.

Trinity Church may refer to:
  • Trinity Church, Boston
  • Trinity Church, New York
  • Trinity Church, Pittsburgh
 in the North Ormesby. We need help with special transport and to take them out and to the club night every week.

We collected:

3,668

pounds 35.80

MIDDLESBROUGH REDS JUVENILE JAZZ BAND

We are a junior marching jazz band for children aged five to 18. We take the children across the country in competitions. The children learn to play an instrument and do displays. We need funds to go towards travel costs and instruments.

We collected:

10,608

pounds 103.52

MIDDLESBROUGH SHOPMOBILITY

Middlesbrough Shopmobility has been hiring equipment for almost seven years. The scheme has so far had 30,000 hires. Although the charity has a wide range of equipment available, some of the fleet is in need of replacement. The charity will need to raise pounds 10,000 in the next 12 months to replace eight scooters. So every penny matters.

We collected:

5,280

pounds 51.53

MOORSHOLM MEMORIAL HALL

Fifty years ago Moorsholm villagers built this hall as their War Memorial. It now needs modernising to sustainable standards if we are to continue to honour our fallen. We have planning permission planning permission
Noun

formal permission granted by a local authority for the construction, alteration, or change of use of a building

planning permission nlicencia de obras 
 for a new hall but we need to raise tens of thousands to pay for it.

We collected:

14,636

pounds 142.83

MY SISTER'S PLACE

Our service provides advice for women and children who have experienced domestic violence. We have legal workers who explain court proceedings. We have friendly volunteers who can support them through court. Every Tuesday clients can come to see a housing officer. Our counselling service has expanded, with a number of trained counsellors. They deal with all the traumatic issues surrounding domestic violence. Clients can drop in for a cup of tea any time.

We collected:

4,644

pounds 45.32

MYTON PARK PRIMARY SCHOOL

We collected:

1,923

pounds 18.77

NEMUMS

NEMums is an online support group for mums in the area, offering the opportunity to make friends, find advice and support and to get information. NEMums also organise days out to allow mums and children to socialise and make friends in a supportive environment.

We collected:

3,072

pounds 29.98

NEW MARSKE UNDER 8 FOOTBALL TEAM

We are a small team of only 12 boys and each week every boy gets to play in a football match regardless of ability. Our wish is to take them all on a small footballing holiday.

We collected:

15,836

pounds 154.54

NEW MARSKE HARRIERS

New Marske Harriers is an athletics club with just less than 300 members from eight upwards. We cater for all athletics disciplines including track and field, cross country, road and fell racing. We welcome people of all abilities and have athletes competing at local, regional, national and international levels.

We collected:

6,064

pounds 59.18

NEWLANDS FCT FCT Faculdade de Ciências e Tecnologia (Portuguese University)
FCT Fundamentals of Computation Theory
FCT Fundação para a Ciência e a Tecnologia (Portuguese Science and Technology Foundation) 
 

Newlands PE department is a successful thriving team, encouraging young people in school to develop a life-long commitment towards sport and fitness. We are hoping to improve our lunchtime library of equipment which will enable more pupils to access sport and physical activities.

We collected:

5,468

pounds 53.36

NEWPORT PRIMARY SCHOOL

We collected:

5,220

pounds 50.94

NIGHTSTOP TEESSIDE

Nightstop Teesside provides temporary, emergency accommodation and supported lodgings accommodation for homeless young people aged 16-25. Accommodation is provided in the homes of volunteers across the boroughs of Redcar and Cleveland, Middlesbrough and Stockton. Young people referred to Nightstop are offered free advice and support around housing and benefit issues.

We collected:

12,580

pounds 122.77

NORMANBY UNITED FOOTBALL CLUB

Normanby United FC was formed in 2005 with the kind help of parents and volunteers. The main aim is to provide a safe and happy environment for the children to enjoy playing football. We rely heavily on contributions.

We collected:

28,242

pounds 275.61

NORTH ORMESBY FC UNDER 7s

We collected:

7,456

pounds 72.76

NORTH ORMESBY JFC UNDER 14s

U14s JFC is a great set of youths. NOJFC is planning a tournament trip home or abroad with the help of parents and carers who support the team every season with fundraising and donations.

We collected:

10,511

pounds 102.58

NORTH ORMESBY PRIMARY SCHOOL

We are a small primary school which provides high quality education and extended curriculum activities to help children develop into responsible members of their community and society. We aim to provide parents and children with extended support and rewarding activities and would love to be able to provide even more opportunities for our families to experience visits and activities that enrich their lives.

We collected:

16,652

pounds 162.51

NORTH ORMESBY UNDER 12s (A) TEAM

As the new season kicked off we had lots of new players. The old and new players played well together to finish fourth in the league. We want to thank our players by providing them with new equipment/tracksuits.

We collected:

6,968

pounds 68

NORTON BELLAIRS JUNIOR JAZZ BAND

The group provides after-school and weekend activities for young people between the ages of five and 18 to attend jazz band sessions and perform in community fun days, exhibitions, competitions and carnivals. The children learn to play musical instruments, marching skills and friendship and understand the spirit of competition. We have 30 to 40 children from Stockton and Norton, and take them to competitions all over the country.

We collected:

6,000

pounds 58.55

NORTON BOWLING CLUB

Norton Bowling Club, which is part of the Norton (Teesside) Sports Complex charity, has existed on its present site for almost 60 years. We are trying to raise cash for essential equipment and other overheads in order to continue offering first class bowling to everyone in the area.

We collected:

26,182

pounds 255.51

NORTON HOCKEY CLUB

Norton Hockey Club provides excellent opportunities for people of any age or ability who have an interest in learning or continuing to develop skills and participation in hockey activities. We are a mixed race male and female club and pride ourselves as being a very family orientated o·ri·en·tate  
v. o·ri·en·tat·ed, o·ri·en·tat·ing, o·ri·en·tates

v.tr.
To orient: "He . . .
, friendly and sociable club.

We collected:

9,317

pounds 90.92

NORTON METHODIST CHURCH PLAYGROUP

The Norton Methodist Church Playgroup is a non-profit making group, which began in February 1977. We aim to provide care in a safe, happy, friendly environment where any child can come and learn and develop through play. We are self-funded and any equipment purchased comes from fund raising.

We collected:

27,056

pounds 264.04

NUNTHORPE PLAYERS

We are a local amateur dramatics dra·mat·ics  
n. (used with a sing. or pl. verb)
1. The art or practice of acting and stagecraft.

2. Dramatic or stagy behavior: Cut the dramatics and get to the point.
 society based at St Mary's Hall in Nunthorpe. We are always looking for new members and audiences and put on two plays a year and an annual pantomime pantomime or mime (păn`təmīm) [Gr.,=all in mimic], silent form of the drama in which the story is developed by movement, gesture, facial expression, and stage properties. . We would like to update our scenery.

We collected:

808

pounds 7.89

NUNTHORPE SCHOOL Nunthorpe School is a Specialist Science, Business and Enterprise Secondary School in Nunthorpe, a suburb of Middlesbrough in the North-East of England. The school caters for around 1340 pupils from the ages of 11 to 16.  UNDER 13 & UNDER 16 FOOTBALL TEAMS

The under-13 and under-16 school football teams are heading to Spain at Easter to train alongside the Villareal first team. This is a marvellous opportunity for the boys who have agreed to take park in the fundraising events to help fund the trip.

We collected:

18,965

pounds 185.08

ORMESBY SCHOOL FIELD CENTRE

Ormesby is an 11-16 comprehensive school on the east side of Middlesbrough where 9% of pupils have special educational needs. In 1980 the school acquired a derelict schoolhouse eight miles from Barnard Castle. We created a centre where we could give children experiences of working in an outdoor environment. The building needs major work: better wheelchair access, car parks need levelling, bathroom areas need renewing along with other improvements.

We collected:

35,338

pounds 344.86

PHIL THOMAS SCHOOL OF BOXING

The Phil Thomas School of Boxing has members aged 10 to 26. They have been going for about 37 years, all self-funded. The kids really love coming to the gym as it is somewhere for them to go on an evening instead of roaming the streets.

We collected:

24,532

pounds 239.41

POSITIVE STROKES

Positive Strokes was launched by the James Cook University Hospital and The Stroke Association to provide support to stroke victims and carers. It started off with 12 members but now caters for about 100 people.

We collected:

36,240

pounds 353.66

PRESTON PRIMARY

Our School Council decided they would like to take part to raise money towards playtime equipment. We operate a craze of the week scheme where a different activity such as skipping, stilts This article is about the poles. For the type of bird, see stilt. For other uses, see Stilts (disambiguation).

Stilts are poles, posts or pillars used to allow a person or structure to stand at a certain distance above the ground.
, bats and ball are available to children for that week.

We collected:

6,151

pounds 60.03

QUEENSLAND ACADEMY/LITERARY INSTITUTE

Queensland Academy of Dance offers classes in ballet, tap and modern stage. We take students from the age of two and a half upwards, the eldest being a great grandmother. We need support for our dance events and to help the Literary Institute remain open.

We collected:

8,896

pounds 86.82

R.E.S.P.E.C.T

R.E.S.P.E.C.T provides a counselling and mentoring service to young people in Teesside to address emotional and social issues. They are open 365 days a year and young people can walk in and have someone to talk to straight away.

We collected:

3,597

pounds 35.10

RAVENSWORTH JUNIOR SCHOOL

We collected:

18,760

pounds 183.08

REDCAR AND DISTRICT BREATHERCISE

Redcar and District Breathercise is an exercise and support group for those with lung disease lung disease Pulmonary disease Pulmonology Any condition causing or indicating impaired lung function Types of LD Obstructive lung disease–↓ in air flow caused by a narrowing or blockage of airways–eg, asthma, emphysema, chronic bronchitis; , helping them to lead as full and active a life as possible and gaining confidence in the presence of others with respiratory problems, some on 24 hour oxygen and in wheelchairs. Social events relieve isolation and depression.

We collected:

15,400

pounds 150.29

REDCAR GYMNASTICS CLUB

We offer gymnastics, cheerleading and tumbling for boys and girls, aged from four upwards. Our voluntary-run club has 160 gymnasts, ranging from novices to pre-elite standard, and a waiting list. We hold GymMark, and pride ourselves on offering something to all children. We need money for a larger home.

We collected:

16,676

pounds 162.74

REDCAR SEA CADETS

Redcar Sea Cadets, run by volunteers, offers young people life experiences, enhanced education, diverts anti-social behaviour, promotes healthy living and broadens skills. Young people between 10 and 18 can develop personal and social skills, teamwork, leadership, respect and discipline undertaking many learning opportunities, waterborne, specialisation, adventure training and travel.

We collected:

12,520

pounds 122.18

REDCAR SUNNY DAYS PLAYGROUP

We are a registered charity which aims to offer families affordable child care. The aim is to advance the education of children below compulsory school age in Redcar Sunny Days Playgroup at Redcar Community College, providing safe and satisfying group play in which parents have the right to take part and encouraging other charitable activities through which parents may help children.

We collected:

10,504

pounds 102.51

REDCAR WEST RAINBOWS

Rainbows is a group for girls aged from five to seven. They are involved in games, arts and crafts arts and crafts, term for that general field of applied design in which hand fabrication is dominant. The term was coined in England in the late 19th cent. as a label for the then-current movement directed toward the revivifying of the decorative arts.  and other activities, which provide social and emotional development.

We collected:

3,008

pounds 29.35

RIVER CITY CHURCH

River City Church is a passionate and community-focussed group of Christians with a heart and vision to build a dynamic 21st century church for the people of Teesside. We have supported many local projects working to transform and impact the community.

We collected:

3,831

pounds 37.39

ROCK IT BALL CLUB

We collected:

7,240

pounds 70.65

ROSEWORTH LODGE RESIDENTS FUND

Roseworth Lodge Care Home has up to 48 residents at any time and we are always thinking of ways to raise money for our residents fund. This allows us to organise entertainers to come to the home or to fund transport for shopping trips and outings.

We collected:

15,936

pounds 155.52

SACRED HEART The Sacred Heart is a religious devotion to Jesus' physical heart as the representation of the divine love for humanity

This devotion is predominantly used in the Roman Catholic Church and also used in the Anglican Church.
 YOUTH CLUB

We have served the central area of Middlesbrough for 50 years and offer activities to the age groups of 11 to 14 years. The youth club is available to the whole community and young people of all backgrounds and cultures are welcome.

We collected:

34,172

pounds 333.48

SCOIL RINCE RINCE Research Institute for Networks and Communications Engineering (Dublin City University)  I MUIR

We are a traditional Irish dance Irish dances come in several forms, which can broadly be divided into social dances and performance dances. Irish social dancing can be divided further into céilí and set dancing.  school based in Thornaby. Dancers of all ages learn a combination of traditional and originally choreographed pieces. Many dancers enjoy competing in regional competitions and performing at local events and fundraisers, including the Thornaby Show and Billingham International Folklore Festival.

We collected:

39,387

pounds 384.37

SEATON CAREW Seaton Carew is a small seaside resort within the borough of Hartlepool, England. It is situated on the North Sea coast between the town of Hartlepool and the mouth of the River Tees.  SUNDAY SCHOOL Sunday school, institution for instruction in religion and morals, usually conducted in churches as part of the church organization but sometimes maintained by other religious or philanthropic bodies.

In England during the 18th cent.
 YOUTH CLUB

We are in the early stages of running a youth project at the church aimed at getting children off the streets. We already run open social events which attract a number of youngsters and we have some youth-only events lined up which we hope will see more non-churchgoing children attending.

We collected:

5,172

pounds 50.47

SHAW TRUST The Shaw Trust is a charity in the UK for helping disabled and disadvantaged people into employment and independent living.

It was formed in the village of Shaw in Wiltshire in 1981. It now employs around 1200 people, and works with around 50,000 clients a year.
 

We are a horticultural project based in Stockton. We have polytunnels and greenhouses and grow and sell plants. We work with volunteers and adults with learning disabilities. We provide training in horticulture, basic skills and soon woodworking. We aim to give training and employment for people attending the project in their transition to work.

We collected:

7,705

pounds 75.19

SKELTON PRIMARY SCHOOL FOUNDATION STAGE

We would like help to improve our outdoor learning environment. Our new curriculum advocates a much more child-centred approach with an emphasis on play-based and outdoor activities. Any money raised would be used to buy new plants, toys and clothing for the children.

We collected:

8,176

pounds 79.79

ST BARNABAS YOUTH AND CHILDREN'S WORK

Our group works with young people in Linthorpe and Ayresome. Through varied activities we seek to support and encourage their development.

We collected:

476

pounds 4.65

ST GABRIEL'S RC PRIMARY SCHOOL

We have been making real changes to improve our environment and make education more fun. Last year, we achieved our best ever SATs results. We want to further encourage our children to enjoy and understand the natural work by planting a new wildlife garden.

We collected:

17,598

pounds 171.74

ST PATRICK'S RC PARENTS ASSOCIATION

We collected:

18,189

pounds 177.50

ST MARY'S PRIMARY SCHOOL

St Mary's school is one of the best, Serving Grangetown we've stood the test. An arson attack devastated dev·as·tate  
tr.v. dev·as·tat·ed, dev·as·tat·ing, dev·as·tates
1. To lay waste; destroy.

2. To overwhelm; confound; stun: was devastated by the rude remark.
 our dream, But we survived, all working as a team. We now need equipment to replace what we lost, But we have no money to cover the cost!

We collected:

22,196

pounds 216.61

STAMP REVISITED

Stamp (South Tees Advocacy in Mental Health Project) Revisited is a Service User let registered charity based at St Luke's Hospital, Middlesbrough This photo shows the buildings which were once used as Chronic, Acute/Recent, Sick & Infirm (Left-Right) blocks for male patients. Click on photo to get the link to its webpage.

This hospital is unique as it is a remaining example of a well intact Victorian Asylum.
, founded in 1995 for the provision of a free, independent and confidential Advocacy Service to Mental Health Service Users in the Tees, Esk and Wear Valleys NHS Trust National Health Service Trusts (NHS Trusts) provide many services of the National Health Service in England and Wales. They are not trusts in the legal sense but are in effect public sector corporations. .

We collected:

9,087

pounds 88.68

STOCKTON AMATEUR SWIMMING CLUB

Stockton Amateur Swimming Club is a non-profit-making, community-orientated, organisation. Swimmers from the age of four enjoy instruction and basic technique training from volunteers. For adults we have a Masters section which has produced a national, European and world champion. We enjoy close links with schools who compete in our club gala and foster a team spirit through league competitions in Durham and North Yorkshire North Yorkshire, county (1991 pop. 698,800), 3,209 sq mi (8,313 sq km), N England. The county comprises the districts of Craven, Hambleton, Harrogate, Richmondshire, Ryedale, Scarborough, Selby, and York. . We have flotation aids for all club members, and organise excursions for the children.

We collected:

6,195

pounds 60.46

STOCKTON AND BILLINGHAM PHAB

We collected:

8,060

pounds 78.66

STOCKTON WEST END FOOTBALL CLUB

We collected:

14,848

pounds 144.90

STOCKTON-ON-TEES SEA CADETS

We welcome young people aged between 10 and 17. We base what we do around the traditions of the Royal Navy, and for our marine cadet section, the Royal Marines Royal Marines
Noun, pl

Brit a corps of soldiers specially trained in amphibious warfare
. The sea cadets is a charity and everything depends on voluntary contributions. We offer our cadets many courses throughout the UK, ranging from power boating and sailing to cooking and also nationally recognised qualifications such as Duke of Edinburgh Noun 1. Duke of Edinburgh - Englishman and husband of Elizabeth II (born 1921)
Philip, Prince Philip
 and BTEC BTEC Business and Technology Education Council (UK)
BTEC Biomanufacturing Training and Education Center (Raleigh, NC)
BTEC Business Transformation Executive Committee
.

We collected:

6,418

pounds 62.63

SWAINBY DIGGERS Diggers, members of a small English religio-economic movement (fl. 1649–50), so called because they attempted to dig (i.e., cultivate) the wastelands. They were an offshoot of the more important group of Puritan extremists known as the Levelers.  

We are a school gardening club run voluntarily by parents at Swainby and Potto Primary School. The club and garden are for all the children in the school, any parent and for the wider community to come and enjoy what has and is growing. Funds raised will be put back into the garden to continue to educate people and help the environment.

We collected:

2,456

pounds 23.97

TAKE HEART SUPPORT GROUP

We can help you to develop greater self-confidence, relax more easily, improve your physical fitness, participate fully in family life and reduce the risk of further attack. We are continually improving our service and including other areas. The group is self-financing, receiving no guaranteed Government, local or NHS NHS
abbr.
National Health Service


NHS (in Britain) National Health Service
 funding. It relies on grants, donations and our own fundraising events to help cover our annual running costs of approx pounds 30k.

We collected:

17,544

pounds 171.21

TEES VALLEY BARBERSHOP HARMONY CLUB

Having a membership of 25 we wish to encourage men of all ages to take up singing as a rewarding and enjoyable pastime, to introduce the joys of singing in harmony, and to spread the good news that "singing is fun".

We collected:

9,852

pounds 96.14

TEES VALLEY ROLLER SKATING roller skating, gliding on a hard, smooth, durable surface on skates with rollers or wheels, in recent years has become a popular adult sport. Skates mounted on wooden rollers date from the 1860s, and soon wooden wheels replaced the rollers.  CLUB, BEECHWOOD YOUTH & COMMUNITY CENTRE

We train in Middlesbrough. We compete at club, national and international level. Artistic roller-skating is a very enjoyable sport, good exercise, confidence building and gives many rewards. We would like to keep the club moving forward with training, travel, equipment, costumes and much more.

We collected:

10,475

pounds 102.22

TEESSIDE ABILITY SUPPORT CENTRE

A registered charity which operates a day centre for adults with cerebral palsy cerebral palsy (sərē`brəl pôl`zē), disability caused by brain damage before or during birth or in the first years, resulting in a loss of voluntary muscular control and coordination.  and learning difficulties. The centre has a TV lounge, DVDs, interactive games and a karaoke karaoke

(Japanese; “empty orchestra”)

Use of a device that plays instrumental accompaniments to songs with the vocal tracks removed, permitting the user to sing the lead.
. We have five minibuses and regular visits to the swimming baths swimming baths npl (Brit) → piscine f

swimming baths swim (Brit) nplSchwimmbad nt

swimming baths npl
, gym work and 10-pin bowling. There are also regular shopping excursions.

We collected:

8,874

pounds 86.60

TEESSIDE ATHLETIC FOOTBALL UNDER 9s

We plan to send our Under-9s football team on tournaments next year. It would also be great to update equipment which is needed.

We collected:

19,176

pounds 187.14

TEESSIDE BRANCH R.E.M.E ASSOCIATION

Teesside Branch R.E.M.E Association are working towards erecting a memorial in the Peace Gardens Billingham in honour to all service personnel from the Billingham area who have lost their lives in the service of their country since 1945. We have collected pounds 5,500 towards the pounds 8,500 required.

We collected:

16,240

pounds 158.48

TEESSIDE GOLDEN DRAGOONS

Teesside Golden Dragoons marching display band consists of members from seven years old. We are very successful, winning the World Championships 12 times. We desperately need new instruments, but with the increasing cost of fuel all our funds go on getting to the competitions.

We collected:

2,544

pounds 24.83

TEESSIDE HOSPICE CARE FOUNDATION

Teesside Hospice Care Foundation exists to enhance the lives of people suffering from life-limiting illnesses. The majority of our care to patients and their families focuses on pain and symptom control, but we also provide respite care. All services are free of charge. Our annual running costs are in excess of pounds 1.9m.

We collected:

36,894

pounds 360.05

TFM RADIO TFM Radio is a Thornaby-on-Tees based Independent Local Radio station. Launched in June 1975 as Radio Tees, with the callsign "You've got a friend on 257" it was the first independent local radio station serving the area of Cleveland with parts of North Yorkshire and County Durham.  AND MAGIC 1170'S CASH FOR KIDS CHARITY

New name for Make a Child Smile. We are a local registered children's charity aiming to raise funds to make a longer-term difference to the lives of children aged 0-17 years within Tees Valley, North Yorkshire and South County Durham “Durham county” redirects here. For other uses, see Durham County.

County Durham is a county in north-east England. It can be used to refer to 4 different entities:
  • the historic County of Durham
  • the administrative county of Durham
. The beneficiaries include children who are sick, under-privileged have some kind of special need.

We collected:

9,104

pounds 88.85

THE FRIENDS OF EARLY SUPPORT

The Early Support Nursery is based in the High Flyers Children's Centre on Tedder Avenue in Thornaby. The nursery is a specialist centre for children from 0 to five who have a disability or other special educational requirement. Our current project is to extend our outdoor play area and build what will be in effect an outdoor classroom. We will have specialised outdoor play equipment that will accessible to all our children regardless of ability and a large grassed area that will be safe and secure.

We collected:

16,484

pounds 160.87

THE GLEBE PRIMARY SCHOOL

We collected:

10,492

pounds 102.39

THE KARA FAMILY PROJECT

At the Kara Family Project we care passionately about children, young people, parents, carers and families. We offer a range of support programmes including home visits, group and one-to-one sessions. We continually strive to reduce the feeling of isolation and social exclusion social exclusion
Noun

Sociol the failure of society to provide certain people with those rights normally available to its members, such as employment, health care, education, etc.
 within South Bank and the surrounding areas by enriching and enhancing family life.

We collected:

4,988

pounds 48.68

THE MAIN PROJECT

The Main Project is a registered charity supporting families of children with an Autistic Spectrum Disorder (ASD ASD
abbr.
atrial septal defect


ASD Atrial septal defect, see there
). The parents/carers of these children often find it difficult to get the help and support they need. We offer support, advice and services. Top of our wish list at the moment is some new equipment/games for our youth group members to enjoy.

We collected:

13,000

pounds 126.87

THE SISTERHOOD

A group of elderly ladies, who meet alternate Monday afternoons. During re-development of the church they meet in the lounge at Moray Moray, alternate spelling of Murray
Moray. For Scottish names spelled thus, use Murray.
Moray, council area and former county, Scotland
Moray (mûr`ē) 
 Close, Acklam, with an invitation for residents to join the entertainment and outings. They give generously to charity and would like to contribute to the refurbishment of the church.

We collected:

17,397

pounds 169.78

THE SYDENHAM SINGERS

Elizabeth Buckley, a well-known local soprano, formed the choir in April 2005. It is a mixed voice choir of 45 members. It has a wide repertoire to suit all tastes. The choir gives its services free and has raised thousands of pounds for various charities and organisations.

We collected:

28,381

pounds 276.97

THORNTREE PRIMARY SCHOOL

Break times are a very important time for children to socialise and exercise. The playground is in need of some large equipment and seating to help enable them to interact positively and have fun with each other, allowing stronger relationships to be developed among their peers.

We collected:

16,684

pounds 162.82

THORNTREE UNITED

We are a group of local residents of all ages and cultures who have come together to develop projects that will make our community a much cleaner and greener place to live, encourage community cohesion Community cohesion refers to the aspect of togetherness exhibited by members of a community. Characterised by similar cultures, lifestyes, family lineage or relations, neighbourhood or any other bonding factors of human living, togetherness in communities is a very cherished trait  and create a sense of pride. We want to continue to improve our community and our next project is to purchase some Christmas lights.

We collected:

3,160

pounds 30.84

TIBS TIBS Tactical Information Broadcast Service
TIBS Trends in Biochemical Sciences
TIBS Trans-Island Bus Service
TIBS Telephone Information Briefing Service
TIBS Tactical Information Broadcast System
TIBS The Idiot Bastard's Son (Frank Zappa song) 
 FOOTBALL CLUB UNDER 11A

TIBS Football Club Under 11A is a junior football team based in Ingleby Barwick Coordinates:

Ingleby Barwick [bA.ɹɪk] is a large private residential estate built on what was the southern perimeter of Thornaby airfield[1]
 and Thornaby. Last season they won the TJFA Division 1 and League Cup. The hard-working boys are raising funds towards their end of season trip and will be undertaking lots of fundraising activities.

We collected:

10,252

pounds 100.05

TRINITY YOUTH & CHILDREN'S PROJECT

Trinity Youth & Children's Project's mission is to use the arts as a powerful tool to give young people aged 0-19 in North Ormesby and the local area a brighter future. Through our specialised work we aim to support them in achieving their physical, mental, social and spiritual potential.

We collected:

9,863

pounds 96.25

UNIQUE SCHOOL OF DANCE

Unique School of Dance is run by Miss T Croft ISTD ISTD Imperial Society of Teachers of Dancing (UK)
ISTD International Society of Typographic Designers (London, England)
ISTD Institute for the Study and Treatment of Delinquency (UK) 
. Dancers aged from three to adult are taught all forms of dance, stage work and examinations. The school helps build self-esteem and confidence that is vital in future years. The school is in desperate need of repair including new flooring and storage.

We collected:

15,012

pounds 146.50

VIEWLEY HILL PAT

We collected:

8,364

pounds 81.62

WHINNEY BANKS Whinney Banks is a neighbourhood in the west of Central Middlesbrough, England. Its is within the TS5 postcode area and part of the Ayresome ward and bounded by West Lane and Newport to the north, the A19 Dual-Carriageway to the west, Linthorpe to the east and Acklam and Beckfield  YOUTH FOOTBALL CLUB

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We collected:

27,700

pounds 270.32

WHITBY JETS JUVENILE JAZZ BAND

We have 26 members and our aim is to teach them discipline, team spirit and music.

We collected:

4,425

pounds 43.18

WOLVISTON COURT COMMUNITY PLAYGROUP

Established in 1997, we cater for the needs for local pre-school children between two and five years. We provide a safe, secure, caring environment where children "learn through play".

We collected:

23,580

pounds 230.12

Your Evening Gazette and Tees Valley Community Foundation would like to thank all of you for your support in making wish'08 an outstanding success!

CAPTION(S):

15th Middlesbrough Trinity Methodist Guides; 1st Billingham Guides; Breckon Hill Gardening Club; Youngsters from the Borough of Stockton Swim Scheme (BOSSS); Jacqueline Barnes-Jones at the Child Deaf Youth Project at North Ormesby Youth and Community Centre.; Louise Hamill of Families Talking; Volunteers at Cruse Bereavement Care; FACT - Fun, Activity and Christian Teaching in the Gresham, Newport and Cannon Park area of Middlesbrough; Pat Medlycott, group leader of Happy Talk, which supports people who have suffered a stroke; Friends of Guisborough Forest and Walkway; Friends of Freebrough; Guisborough Cheerleading Team; Nightstop Teesside, which provides temporary, emergency accommodation across three Teesside boroughs; Norton Hockey Club, above, and the Phil Thomas School of Boxing, below left; Scoil Rince I Muir, a Thornaby-based Irish dance school; Stockton-on-Tees Sea Cadets; The Unique School of Dance; The Sydenham Singers
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