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Help An East Coast Child - Fundraising Events

Help An East Coast Child LogoIf you've run an event in aid of Help An East Coast Child, we'd love to see your photos!

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Find out how to get involved with Help An East Coast Child.

A big thank you to EastPoint Rotary Club - their Santa's Sleigh event around the east coast raise valuable funds for Help An East Coast Child. Beach Bunny was able to give them a hand en route!

HAECC Santa's Sleigh HAECC Santa's Sleigh santa

The Year 12 Society, Health and Development Students at Bungay High School held a cake sale in July to raise enough money to buy what they needed to wash cars and raise money for Help An East Coast Child!  They raised a clean £194.49!  Well done and thank you girls!

Bungay High School Cake Sale HAECC - Bungay Car Wash

HAECC - Rotary Club Cycle Ride

Help An East Coast Child was the main beneficiary of Lowestoft's East Point Rotary Club's third annual charity cycle ride around Mutford, Gisleham and Carlton Colville on the 18th September.

Having failed to qualify to take part, Beach Bunny was there at the start of the ride to see them off.

Steve James, the Chair of the Cycle Committee, is pictured with Beach Bunny.

HAECC - NCS EnduranceThe Lowestoft 16-year-olds who took part in this summer's National Citizen Service (NCS) programme held a 24 hour endurance challenge (running, cycling and rowing) on the 27th and 28th August.

At their graduation event they thought they'd raised around £1,000 with more to come which will be donated equally to Cancer Research UK and Help An East Coast Child.

And they did it all in fancy dress too!

HAECC - Aiden and KellySteve Davis came to the Pot Black Club in Lowestoft for an exhibition. In the weeks leading up to the day and on the night, Pot Black sold raffle tickets and there was also an auction on the night with all money going to Help An East Coast Child.

Pot Black's owner, Aiden Owens, presented a cheque for £905 to The Beach's Kelly King.

Very well played Aiden!