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UPDATE: 23/07/2014

Outcome of the hearing

Following the hearing of the application of the Charity Commission on 3 July 2014, judgment was handed down by the High Court on 22 July 2014. A copy of the judgment can be found here:

Final Judgment of Mr Justice Henderson

In this update, we explain the issues decided by the judgment. A further order will be made shortly that gives further details of the distribution. When it is available, we will publish a further update.

The court was asked to decide on the following issues in relation to the Dove Trust:

  1. Did the arrangements under which www.charitygiving.co.uk was operated give rise to a trust or trusts and, if so, of what nature?

    After hearing the arguments of the Charity Commission, the Interim Manager and one of the former trustees, the Judge ruled that donations were received and thereafter held by the trustees of the Dove Trust on a global sub-trust of the charitable trust. Each person who made a donation through the website was a separate donor to the sub-trust. The terms of the sub-trust were that the trustees would, as soon as reasonably practicable, ensure that the funds donated were paid to the charity or good cause nominated by each donor.

    One of the former trustees argued that the donations were made for the general purposes of the Dove Trust and that the Trustees considered themselves entitled to apply the money at their discretion to any charity or charitable purpose within the Dove Trust's very wide objects. The Judge dismissed this argument, as he considered this was wholly contrary to the way in which the scheme was presented to intending donors.

  2. Did the arrangements give rise to a contract between the donor and the Dove Trust and, if so, what were its terms?

    The Judge ruled that donations also gave rise to contractual obligations owed by the trustees to each donor to pay a sum equal to the amount of the relevant donation to the chosen charity or good cause within a reasonable period of time.

    These contracts could also be enforced by the nominated charities or good causes against the trustees using section 1 of the Contracts (Rights of Third Parties) Act 1999.

  3. How should the remaining funds in the Dove Trust be distributed among the recipients nominated by the donors?

    The Judge ruled that the funds should be distributed using the "pari passu" approach, meaning that charities and good causes are paid out in proportion to the amount they are owed, without any distinction in treatment between those who contributed before the appointment of the Interim Manager and those who contributed afterwards.

    The Court concluded that this was the fairest solution, because it treated all the unpaid recipients as participants in a common misfortune brought about by the way in which the donation scheme was managed by the Trustees.

    The other option considered in detail by the court was the "two pool" approach, which would have divided the available funds into two distinct pools, based on whether the donations were received by the Dove Trust before or after the last set of payments made by the trustees in early June 2013. Within each pool, the pari passu approach would be applied. This approach was based on the fact that no material payments were made from the Dove Trust to beneficiaries after the appointment of the Interim Manager on 6 June 2013. Accordingly, monies received after that date have been unaffected and were not tainted by the approach used by the Trustees and were not subject to any dissipation.

    The Judge explained that despite the initial attraction of the two pool approach, it should be rejected in favour of a single pari passu distribution of the entire fund. The key point being that the Website operated in precisely the same way, so far as donors were concerned, both before and after the last payment run in early June 2013. There was nothing to alert them to the fact that the Commission appointed an interim manager around this time, and the reasonable expectations of a donor who made a gift after the last payment run would have been the same as those of a donor who made a similar gift before it. The situation remained essentially unchanged, from the perspective of donors, until the Website was closed down on 12 July 2013.

What happens next?

Based on the judgement, the Charity Commission asked for further directions from the court concerning the practicalities of distributions to beneficiaries. These were discussed with the Judge on 22 July 2014, and will be recorded in an Order of the Court. Once we have received a final copy of the Order we will upload this to the website and explain the next steps in some detail.

The Order will address the further checks and calculations that the Interim Manager will carry out to confirm how much each of the beneficiaries will receive under the "pari passu" approach.

Communication by letter or email will be issued to charities and good causes where further checks are required. In the meantime, if you should have any queries about the judgment, the order, or outcome please email DoveTrustInterimManager@crowecw.co.uk. We anticipate that the volume of correspondence after this judgment will be significant, so please bear with us whilst we take the steps required to ensure a distribution is carried out as soon as reasonably practicable.

UPDATE: 04/07/2014

The directions hearing was held on Thursday 3 July 2014 as planned. The Court heard submissions from lawyers representing the Charity Commission, the Interim Manager and Keith Colman a past trustee of the Dove Trust. The Court recognised that the matters are complex and that its judgment would need to take into account a number of factors.

The Court will decide the basis on which the funds are held and give directions on how the distribution of available funds should be made. These directions are expected in due course and further updates will be provided when they arrive.

UPDATE: 03/04/2014 - Directions hearing update and opportunity to file evidence for court hearing

The High Court has ruled that charities and good causes owed money by the online giving website CharityGiving, run by the Dove Trust, will be able to have their say as part of a court case to decide how available funds should be distributed.

A directions hearing took place in March to fix a date for the court hearing to decide on the most appropriate method for distribution to take place and to set out the steps leading up to that hearing.

Opportunity to file evidence

At the directions hearing in March, the Court confirmed that any person - including charities and good causes - that wishes to file and serve evidence has until 4pm on 23 April to do so. Evidence should be sent to the Charity Commission, which will present it to court.

Anyone wishing to be heard at court has until 4pm on 1 May to make an application to be joined to the proceedings. This application should made using Court Form N244, which should be filed with the court and served on the parties to the proceedings.

If you would like to provide evidence in relation to CharityGiving and the distribution of funds, you need to send your evidence by 4pm on 23 April to:

The Charity Commission
PO Box 1227, Liverpool
L69 3UG

Alternatively you can email your evidence with the subject line "Dove Trust Evidence" to litigationandreview@charitycommission.gsi.gov.uk

The Charity Commission has also published a press release regarding this development on their website

The CharityGiving site was suspended in July 2013 by the Interim Manager as part of a Charity Commission investigation into the Dove Trust. The regulator is investigating serious concerns about the charity's governance and management. That investigation is ongoing.

In December, the Commission announced that the Interim Manager has concluded that there is, at present, around £500,000 available for an initial distribution to over 1,800 charities and good causes owed money by the Dove Trust. The Commission has been advised that, given the complexity of the charity and trust law issues involved, the court must decide on the fairest and most equitable approach to distributing currently available funds.

Copy of the Court Order

Copy of Claim Form

UPDATE: 03/03/2014

In January 2014 we advised that following the submission of a proposal for the distribution of Dove Trust funds by the Interim Manager, the Charity Commission made an application to court pursuant to s. 78 of the Charities Act 2011.

A process is underway to obtain a decision from the court as to how we must share out the money held by the Dove Trust to the charities and good causes to whom it is owed. As part of this process, a 'directions' hearing has been scheduled for 20 March 2014. Please note that this is not a hearing where evidence will be considered in depth or any decision as to payment out will be made by the court. It is a simply a hearing where the court ascertains how much time needs to be set aside for the subsequent hearing, when the evidence will be considered. It will also decide when the final hearing will take place. We will let you know the date of that final hearing once this has been scheduled.

For more information on why the Charity Commission made the application, see this press release on the Charity Commission website.

We will update www.charitygiving.co.uk with more information as it becomes available. The continued patience of the charities and good causes awaiting a distribution is greatly appreciated.

UPDATE: 06/01/2014

In November 2013, the Interim Manager provided a detailed report to the Charity Commission making a proposal for the distribution of funds held by him by virtue of his position as Interim Manager of the Dove Trust (the "Proposal").

The Charity Commission carefully considered the Proposal, together with external counsel. It came to the conclusion that an application needed to be made to the Court pursuant to s. 78 of the Charities Act 2011. That application was made to the Chancery Division of the High Court of Justice on 23 December 2013 (the "Application"). It is hoped that the Court will be able to give directions in January 2014 leading to the substantive resolution of the Application in early 2014.

The Charity Commission is inviting the Court to direct that (amongst other things):

  1. The final hearing of the Application be expedited.
  2. Details relating to the Application be posted on the www.charitygiving.co.uk website.
  3. Any charity or good cause who wishes to file evidence in connection with the Application may do so (albeit within a fairly short period of directions being given, in order that the Application can be resolved as soon as practicable).

The Interim Manager assisted the Charity Commission in preparing the Application and will file evidence in due course to assist the Court.

Further information about the options for distribution and the process is provided in a press release on the Charity Commission's web site (See Charity Commission press release)

The Interim Manager will provide a further update as soon as a directions hearing has been listed. The continued patience of charities and good causes is much appreciated.

UPDATE: 23/09/2013

Over August, the Dove Trust Interim Manager wrote to beneficiary charities and good causes as part of the work to reconcile the Dove Trust's accounts held in its donation management system.As this work is finished, we have closed the Dove Trust's offices. This reconciliation work is now complete - our thanks to the hundreds of charities that responded to our request for information. We are now comfortable with relying on the amounts showing on the Dove Trust's systems, and will soon be ready to proceed to the next step in the process.

We have identified over 4235 fundraising pages which are donating funds to 1810 charities and good causes. The next step is preparing for an interim distribution of funds to these charities and good causes, using the available cash assets of the Dove Trust. As part of this, we will be verifying each charity/good cause and its bank account details.

We will be providing another update soon, advising of timeframes and procedures for the interim distribution of funds. Thank you for your continued patience. We are aware that many charities are facing difficulties and we are working to make the interim distribution as quickly as possible.

UPDATE: 19/08/2013

The reconciliation of the Dove Trust/Charity Giving's accounts is now well underway to establish if there are any significant discrepancies between the money the charities are expecting to receive and what is showing on the Dove Trust's records. Over the past two weeks we have written to over 1800 charities and good causes, identified in the Dove Trust's records as intended beneficiaries, sending statements of their accounts, and are working with them to reconcile the accounts where discrepancies are brought to our attention.

The Dove Trust did not have an automatic system in place to undertake the reconciliation process, so it has taken longer than expected to manually identify appropriate contacts and match up fundraising statements in order to write to all beneficiary charities and good causes. Taking this into account, we extended the time for charities to notify us about discrepancies in their account to 19 August, with the possibility of further extension depending on the volume of responses received.

UPDATE: 26/07/2013

Thank you to the many donors, fundraisers and charities for bearing with us as we have been progressing our review of the Dove Trust's systems which contain the record of donations that have been received and amounts raised for charities and good causes.

We are close to completing our initial enquiries. The next step is to make an interim distribution of funds. Before we start this, we need to get assurance that the Dove Trust's records can be relied on to provide the correct information.

Fundraisers and page creators

If you have created a fundraising page with Charity Giving, please review your page. If it is not showing the correct balance please email our team at accountcheck@charitygiving.co.uk

If you know that you have had more money donated than what is showing on your page, this is a discrepancy, and you should report it to our team. If there is no discrepancy you don't need to contact us.

We are contacting charities separately to discuss their accounts and the amounts they have received from Charity Giving.

To enable us to look into any discrepancies you must state the address of your web page in the email to accountcheck@charitygiving.co.uk along with a list of what you believe the discrepancies to be. Please respond by Monday 12 August 2013.

Charities and good causes

We are writing to those organisations expecting funds to provide them with statements of their balances and will be asking them to notify us of any discrepancies that they are aware of.

Donors

As you will appreciate we need to manage the process of who we are working directly with. We are expecting any discrepancies to be notified to us by the fundraisers/ page creators and organisations that are expecting funds. If you have believe that your donation has not been correctly recorded then please contact the page creator.

What happens next?

We are still working as a matter of urgency on a solution to reinstate the Charity Giving website with another reputable provider, but unfortunately cannot provide any further information at this stage on this.

We are also not yet in a position to discuss when and how much money the charities and good causes will receive at this point in time. Please note that the team at accountcheck@charitygiving.co.uk will be pleased to assist you with queries on your account balance - however, they will not be able to provide you with other information at this point in time whilst they undertake this urgent task.

We will continue to provide updates on the Charity Giving website and by automated response to emails as the matter progresses. Thank you again for your patience.

UPDATE: 18/07/2013

What have we found so far?

The distributable assets held by the Dove Trust are less than the amounts payable to the charities that should be receiving funds. This means that at any one point in time income received for a charity was being used to make payments to another charity which had earlier receipts that could not be met from existing funds. For example, receipts for charity "A" were funding payments made to charity "B" as charity "B's" income had been used to pay charity "C." This is not acceptable and it is therefore important that the amounts owing and available are reconciled before any further payments can be made.

The Interim Manager and his team tried to ascertain the correct financial position of the Dove Trust. This was not helped by the fact that the last accounts filed were for the year ended 5 April 2009. The trustees could not satisfy the Interim Manager or the Commission about the charity's financial position or the extent of the shortfall and the Commission acted to restrict movement on the charity's bank account to prevent payments leaving the accounts without approval from the Commission.

This situation could not be allowed to continue and the Charity Commission extended the powers of the Interim Manager to act to the exclusion of all trustees on 12 July 2013. It was agreed that further funds should not be received to ensure that they were not tainted by the problems of the past. Therefore the web site was suspended and the Dove Trust's banks were instructed not to receive further funds.

What is being done now?

There are two immediate priorities:

1. To ascertain the correct amount owing to the different charities and to consider what assets are available to repay them. The amount of the shortfall has yet to be quantified and there are many accounts to reconcile.

2. To identify and set up proper mechanisms that will enable charities to resume fundraising as soon as possible in a way that ensures that funds raised after the 12 July are ring fenced appropriately. Discussions are in progress with other portal providers to see how funding can be resumed. Some charities and fundraisers are already using multiple providers and have redirected their income to other alternatives.

Monitor www.charitygiving.co.uk and www.charitycommission.gov.uk for updates

Please note that given the volume of enquires that we are receiving we are not be able answer requests about specific fund raising pages' balances whilst we continue our enquires

Please bear with us

More FAQs and advice for donors, fundraisers and charities have been published on the Charity Commission website.

12/07/2013

We can confirm that the Charity Commission has opened a statutory inquiry into the Dove Trust, who operate the online donations portal www.charitygiving.co.uk. Pesh Framjee, Partner at Crowe Clark Whitehill, has been appointed by the Charity Commission as interim manager to take full control of the management of the Dove Trust. We are currently working with the Charity Commission to consider as a matter of urgency the next steps in order to protect existing funds the public has donated, and any future donations. We recognise this will cause concern among the charities and donors using the website.

Please note the facility to create fundraising pages or receive funds has been suspended until further notice. We will issue a press release shortly and add further detail on the website in due course.

The Charity Commission has issued a press release which may be view on the their website at the following link: http://www.charitycommission.gov.uk/news/charitygiving-website-suspended/ You may also send enquires to DoveTrustInterimManager@crowecw.co.uk.

Please note, we will not be able answer requests about specific fund raising pages balance's whilst we continue our enquires.

We recognise this will cause concern among the charities, fundraisers and donors using the site.

CLHG Fundraiser for Emitos Girls Football Team

Emitos Girls Humanist Football Team, Uganda (Thu 8th October 2009 to Thu 8th April 2010)
This page is not currently accepting new donations.
Amount raised so far
£3,322.00
  Fundraising target
£3,700.00
 

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Alice's Personal Message:
Emitos Girls Humanist Football Club is a really special project running in Uganda. Supported by Women and the Free World Organisation (WOFEWO), the aim of the club is to empower and educate girls aged 12-20 years through football.

------------------------------------ UPDATE (Sept 2010) ------------------------------------

Thanks to the continued generosity of the Central London Humanists and many other individuals, we are thrilled to have reached our fundraising target. In fact we have in total raised over £4,000!

A portion of the money was transferred to the project in Uganda back in April 2010 and you can see what the team have done with those funds here: http://sites.google.com/site/emitosnews/latest-news---april-2010

We are now in the process of transferring the rest and an update will be sent to supporters soon.

Again, many thanks to all those who helped us reach the target amount for this very important cause.

------------------------------------------ OBJECTIVES ------------------------------------------

Emitos FC seeks to:

o Build confidence and self esteem among young girls and to help them build their careers as future leaders. The players develop confidence, express their unique talents and compete with boys for the same opportunities. It encourages the attitude “If I can play football, what else can I achieve?"

o Deepen the girls' understanding of the humanistic values and principles such as the importance of reason, self discipline, achievement and courage, and controlling one’s own destiny. This will help the players to transform their lives as young women and the societies they come from.

o Train girls in management and leadership skills.
Through experience managing tournaments, matches and their role in the team, the girls learn to manage the activities in life more widely.

o Educate girls on issues of sexual and reproductive health.
The players are at an age particularly vulnerable to HIV/AIDS and good need health education is needed to avoid unsafe sex and early pregnancies.

o Help girls to stay in school for longer.
Girls football is such an interesting and exciting adventure in Uganda, which one would not like to miss. Hence, while at school, football makes every moment of their lives precious and exciting.

o Help girls learn to socialise with other adolescents from other schools.
This will teach them to deal with the challenges they encounter in their adolescent life. They need to share everyday life experiences with friends and to belong to significant communities of interaction, inquiry, work and play.

---------------------------------------- ACHIEVEMENTS ----------------------------------------

The club began in July 2008 and has been steadily developing since. The Federation of Uganda Football Association (FUFA) has provided the club with a professional coach and the club has participated in two important tournaments enabling the club to play with experienced teams and players to improve upon their skills.

The club has started to achieve the objectives laid out above. Agali Saphinah, a 15 year old Emitos player, hints at some of the outcomes of the club's work:

"Emitos has taught me to make wise decisions. Through the different workshops, seminars and camps, we are empowered to face challenging situations especially in our adolescent lives. Emitos activities occupy most of my free time especially during the holidays. Instead of getting bad friends or being redundant, I attend Emitos activities. This has kept me safe from HIV and unwanted pregnancy. Emitos made me realize that I am capable of doing things that are done by boys and therefore, boys are not superior.
I can compete with them in all aspects. " - quote provided by the club manager, November 2009

You can read more testimonies and updates here: http://sites.google.com/site/emitosnews/home

------------------------------------------ CHALLENGES ------------------------------------------

Despite its progress, Emitos FC is faced with several challenges:

o Emitos lacks sufficient playing equipment to widen the scope of its activities. The available equipment is not enough because of the increasing number of girls who want to participate.

o Football can involve expenses which Emitos has great difficulty in meeting. One example is the costs involved in playing away matches which requires transport, food and accommodation.

o The club also faces opposition from some parents who have mistaken ideas about girls football. Parents might be worried that the girls will lose their virginity or develop tough muscles which they say will limit their chances of getting married because they are no longer tender. Emitos has mangaged to counter this to an extent by sending newsletters to parents explaining what their girls are achieving at the club, but funds are needed to extend such activities.

o The club would like to provide continuous counselling for the girls who are eager to be treated as adults but often are unaware of the threats adult life can bring (reproductive health responsibilities and the risk of HIV/AIDS)

------------------------------------- HOW WE CAN HELP -------------------------------------

Josh Kutchinsky, the Central London Humanist Group's Secretary visited Uganda for a humanist conference and met the football team and Annette Nalunga, Chair of WOFEWO, the organisation that runs the club, at a local training session. Inspired by the club, Josh discussed with Annette what the CLHG could do to support the project. You can hear this conversation and see the girls in action in the following short video:

www.youtube.com/watch?v=WwHVFz7hy2M

So, as suggested by Josh, the CLHG is going to help Emitos Girls Humanist FC to buy equipment, travel to tournaments, and run workshops and counselling sessions. The fundraising target is £3,700 which will be spent on:

10 Balls @ 60, 000 Ugandan Shillings (UG SHS) = 600,000 UG SHS
2 sets uniforms @ 600,000 UG SHS = 1,200,000 UG SHS
24 pairs boots @ 70,000 UG SHS = 1,680,000 UG SHS
2 sets tracksuits @ 750,000 UG SHS = 1,500,000 UG SHS
Playing kits = 1,000,000 UG SHS
24 pairs stockings @ 6,000 UG SHS = 144,000 UG SHS
3 Away matches @ 500,000 UG SHS = 1,500,000 UG SHS
3 Workshops on reproductive health and HIV/AIDS @ 1,200,000 UG SHS = 3,600,000 UG SHS

TOTAL = 11,224,000 UG SHS

TOTAL IN GBP (as of Oct 09) = £3,700

I hope very much you will support this important cause by donating online via Central London Humanist Group's fundraising page.

- Alice

Volunteer, CLHG

www.meetup.com/Central-London-Humanists
www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=11349474557

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In the event of restricted funds

When you give the International Humanist Trust money via CharityGiving for the Emtios project, that money becomes restricted funds in IHT’s hands. That means that IHT can use your money for the purpose for which it was given, and nothing else. If something happened that prevents the money going to Emitos (if, for example, the Emitos project had to end before the funds were received or the CLHG’s fundraising was so successful that we made more money than Emitos could possibly make use of), some or all of the restricted funds would be ‘orphaned’. In this very unlikely scenario, your money will be donated to the Mustard Seed Secular School in Busota, eastern Uganda, a project you may have heard of via its supporter, the New Humanist magazine in the UK. I hope you agree this is a good plan B.

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Share Page creator: Alice Fuller
 
Alice is raising money for International Humanist Trust:
International Humanist Trust The International Humanist Trust is the charitable arm of the International Humanist and Ethical Union (IHEU), the organisation which is helping the CLHG to transfer the money it raises to Emitos in Uganda. We are very grateful for IHEU's support and continued help in setting up the means to raise the money.

£200.00 was donated by Mr Hutchinson
£50.00 was donated by Mr Reid
Charity Registration No: 1098454

Donations 54 donations made so far
Display NameDateAmountGift AidMessage
Steve P 19/08/2010£10.00£2.82Best wishes to you Alice and the charity 
Josh Kutchinsky 30/07/2010£5.00N/Amoney donated into the moneybox at the CLHG event with Richard Norman 
Alice 29/07/2010£155.00£43.72£100 raised from the '100 Club' prize draw and £55 from further book sales 
picnic person 28/07/2010£3.00£0.85I left early before the collection 
CLHG picnic 28/07/2010£98.00N/A 
CLHG 28/07/2010£9.00£2.54From a couple more book sales! 
Jon de Beer 26/07/2010£350.00£98.74 
Alex Bloor 26/07/2010£5.00£1.41Didn't manage to donate at CLHG picnic! Here's my donation! 
Josh Kutchinsky 02/05/2010£2.00£0.56Thanks for flying the flag for Humanism at the Wakiso women football tournament and good luck with your matches 
Kurian Varghese 22/01/2010£20.00£5.64I totally believe sports is an effective medium for social change and very very happy to support the cause. 
Patrick Lynch 16/01/2010£5.00£1.41 
Josh 31/12/2009£2.00£0.56Just checking that the minimum donation can be as small as £2 and that I can leave a message.  
Dr. Georges Mouton and Albert Cochet  24/12/2009£100.00N/ASport is a wonderful adventure and we hope you achieve all your goals. 
Rebecca Celebuski 19/12/2009£3.00N/AThe booksale was amazing! Here's my contribution for the book I took--I didn't have any cash! Best wishes, Rebecca 
David Fuller 15/12/2009£750.00£211.58 
Iain Moal 15/12/2009£10.00N/AI was away for the book sale ;-( 
Matt Savage  14/12/2009£50.00£14.11 
Joe Schmetzer 14/12/2009£100.00£28.21Sorry I missed the book sale. Best of luck, all! 
Imogen 09/12/2009£20.00£5.64 
Jim Craig-Gray 01/12/2009£50.00£14.11What a great idea. Thanks, Josh, for suggesting it and thank you, Alice, for organising it. 
Leni Gillman 30/11/2009£20.00£5.64What a terrific cause. Good luck in all your endeavours. 
Mary Grove 28/11/2009£20.00£5.64Wishing you all the best in your venture, Alice! 
Caro 26/11/2009£10.00£2.82Great project - best of luck! 
Jeffrey Herrmann 23/11/2009£200.00N/A 
John Nunney 21/11/2009£30.00£8.46 
Craig Lucas 15/11/2009£50.00£14.11:) 
John Knight-Barnard 15/11/2009£5.00£1.41 
Dave Miller 15/11/2009£20.00£5.64 
David Pollock 15/11/2009£50.00£14.11A wonderful scheme! More strength to your arms - and legs! 
Sue Collingridge 13/11/2009£50.00£14.11 
A. C. Grayling 13/11/2009£300.00£84.63My warmest good wishes to the Emitos Girls Football Team 
Barbara Lee 13/11/2009£20.00£5.64Congratulations. Win your matches, and may you brilliant, glorious girls inspire your sisters, mothers, and all the women of Uganda towards having happier lives. 
Stephen Evans 12/11/2009£5.00£1.41My beloved West Bromwich Albion will always come first, but Emitos Girls can be my second team. 
Alex Gilbert 09/11/2009£30.00£8.46A fantastic project. Good luck! 
James Fuller 08/11/2009£50.00£14.10 
Natalie Seward 03/11/2009£10.00£2.82 
Margaret 28/10/2009£5.00N/AGo girls! 
Anon 28/10/2009£50.00£14.11Good Luck 
Alan Palmer 21/10/2009£25.00£7.05Well done, Alice. And best of luck with the bookstall 
Rebecca Celebuski 19/10/2009£10.00N/AAmazing cause--go girls!  
Julia Wright 17/10/2009£5.00£1.41 
George de Beer 16/10/2009£20.00£5.64Great Project - up the Emitos!! 
David Pollock 14/10/2009£25.00£7.05Wonderful project! 
Rachael Solem 12/10/2009£50.00N/AI found out about this though Kiva's Atheist lending team. Very exciting work I am pleased to be able to support. 
Bruno Medeiros 10/10/2009£50.00£14.11It's a good cause and I hope the girls give their best! 
Marco Tranchino 10/10/2009£20.00£5.64Good luck! :-) 
Maria MacLachlan 10/10/2009£50.00£14.11As a  
Jean Woollard 10/10/2009£20.00£5.64Go girls, go! 
Alison McCants 09/10/2009£50.00£14.11Many hands (and wallets) make light work, so I hope everyone who visits this page can donate something! Every little helps!  
Josh Kutchinsky 09/10/2009£25.00£7.05With this football team you can only ever win! 
Jon de Beer 09/10/2009£30.00£8.46I hope we can make this happen. It's a great cause. 
Alice 09/10/2009£20.00£5.64Putting my money where my mouth is! 
Andrew Murray 08/10/2009£20.00£5.64Good luck 
David Fuller 08/10/2009£25.00£7.05 

Total online donations
£3,117.00
Total offline donations
£205.00
Total raised so far:
£3,322.00
Total Gift Aid:
£743.61
 
This page is not currently accepting new donations.