From the 22nd to the 27th September Logic4training held a “Coffee morning week” at our Northolt centre to help raise money for Macmillan.
The Macmillan coffee morning is the charity’s biggest fundraising event where people all over the UK raise money for people living with cancer.
In 2013 154,000 people signed up and raised an amazing £20 million.
We ran a coffee morning every day for the week in Northolt and on the Friday in Basildon. Everyone at the centre got involved, bringing in home made cakes, sausage rolls, pasties and other treats.
There were also sweepstakes and a raffle with prizes.
The centre was particularly busy during the entire week and all the candidates were particularly generous. One candidate even had help from his 3 year old daughter, Skye, who made some cakes to sell.
Some Of The Big Hits Of The Week:
- Cheese scones and sausage rolls made by Bob Fisk’s 8 year old granddaughter, Erin.
- Trainer Matt Geeves (you may have seen him in our videos on youtube) baked chocolate fairy cakes.
- Amanda also made fairy cakes.
- Theresa made some amazing bacon rolls, they went very quickly!
- Theresa’s daughter, Fae, made an incredibly popular Macaroni cheese.
The response was fantastic and we would like to thank everybody that donated money to the cause.
In total we raised £289.75 which we have matched giving a grand total of £579.50.
We would like to say big thank you and well done to Bob Fisk and Theresa Pawley for all their hard work organising and running the weeks fund raising.
Another big thank you to everyone who made the effort with the baking, making and supplying of treats!