Each year our members choose a charity we can support by holding charity social dances and raffles. We also invite our members to donate to charity instead of giving Christmas cards.
In 2019, we are raising funds once more for Salisbury Hospice
In 2018, we raised £1,326 money for the local Diabetes Fund at Salisbury Hospital
In 2017, we raised £1,053 for the Stars Appeal, Amesbury Ward Fund
In 2016, we raised £514.00 for Salisbury Hospice
In 2015 we raised £200 .00 for Cancer Research UK
In 2014 we raised £82.50 for Headway, for those affected by brain injury
12th December 2018
Our 2018 charity was chosen by Norman who asked for the funds to be given locally to support Diabetes. We were pleased to donate £1,326 to the Stars Appeal, Diabetes Fund on 12th December 2018. The Lead Nurse in the department advised us that they are likely to put the money towards an insulin pump which can be temporarily loaned out to their patients so they can try a pump out personally before committing to purchasing their own pump at circa £3000. Pictured are diabetic department staff, together with Bernard, Janet and Deborah from the local diabetes support group and Mike and Mel from Mulepackers. Thank you Norman for choosing the charity and everybody for your contributions throughout the year. The money has gone to a really worthwhile local cause.
15th December 2017
Mulepackers were very pleased to be able to present a cheque for £1,053 to the Stars Appeal, Amesbury Ward Fund. Elsie and David Spaven, who chose the charity for 2017, accompanied us. (see photo above)David has had two knee replacements and has spent some time on the ward.
The new charity for 2018 was chosen from names in a hat at the Christmas dance on 23.12.17. Norman's name was pulled out and he has chosen Diabetes as Mulepackers Charity 2018.
13th December 2016
We were pleased to present a cheque to Salisbury Hospice Charity (£514) raised by Mulepackers CWDC in 2016. See photo above.
We are very pleased to have been able to donate £200 to Cancer Research UK on behalf of the Mulepackers clubs (see the letter in photos above). Thank you everybody for making this possible.