Chard WATCH is reliant on donations. Our thanks go to the following benefactors:
Chard WATCH would like to thank the family and friends who kindly made donations at the funeral of the late Leslie Vernon Rainey which totalled the sum of £5,000.
He was a true gentleman and supporter of Chard WATCH CIC.
A big thumbs-up and thanks to Axminster Tools & Machinery for all of their support over the years! (Workshop or no.) 🙂
Kevin Townsend's sister, Mrs Julie Bingham has recently donated an incredible £1,000 to Chard WATCH CIC! I'm not sure I can even count that high, let alone express our gratitude in a few simple lines such as this. Thank you SO MUCH for your generosity, Julie! 🙂
It seems a bit odd to type this when she's sitting right next to me, but a big public thanks to Paula Moon, WATCH's very own Administration Coordinator, for her recent donation of cups, costing her a total of £23.70! That really was very kind of you.
(I guess that means it's my turn to keep the office in biscuits then?! :-D)
A massive thanks to Sherry and Paula at The Gallery, Art Cafe & Bistro in Holyrood Street, Chard for the quiz night they held there, raising £55 for WATCH in total so far! 🙂
Curry House at the top of the High Street in Chard have done us a big favour and are housing one of our collection boxes.
Best Wishes on Fore Street (Chard) gave one of our collection boxes a home and raised £28.50 on our behalf! 🙂
Kim Housham has kindly donated two 'Christmas boxes' for two homeless people and deserves our heartfelt thanks. 🙂
C & D South West Ltd (the Chard Depot) were kind enough to donate a Christmas Hamper towards the Watch Project raffle this holiday season!
Our local Wetherspoons (The Cerdic in Chard) rewarded one very lucky raffle winner with an impressive 50% voucher that covers up to four meals!
The WATCH Project owes Anne Townsend and everyone at Broomgate Studio a lot of gratitude for their help with the Christmas Raffle this year! 🙂
The Phoenix Hotel in Chard helped add to our already impressive collection of raffle prizes with a delicious bottle of Blossom Hill Rose wine!
The lovely people over at Best Wishes on Fore Street (Chard) kindly gave us not one, not two, but THREE gift cards to put in the Christmas raffle! 🙂
The fine folk over at Co-operative Travel donated a very generous £50 voucher towards one lucky raffle winner's next holiday!
Sainsbury's in Chard were kind enough to give the Project a £5 voucher to use as a Festive Party prize!
Our friends at The Choughs Hotel in Chard generously rewarded two raffle participants at the Project with a carvery dinner each!
Chard Book Shop generously donated a copy of Beatrix Potter's book The Tale of Little Pig Robinson to our Project!
There were two delicious breakfasts up for grabs in our Christmas raffle thanks to the kind generosity of everyone at The Secret Garden in Chard!
Some very lucky raffle winner looked incredibly cool leaving our Christmas party last Thursday thanks to the pair of sunglasses that Stephen Beswetherick Opticians donated as a prize! 😎
The fabulous people at Just Sew Sentimental were very kind and gave us a £5 gift card towards our Christmas party raffle!
We would like to thank everyone at Pure Hair and Beauty for giving WATCH a wonderful goody bag of make-up for the Christmas party raffle!
A heartfelt thank you to everybody at Costa Coffee in Chard for donating a prize consisting of two hot drinks (along with just as many cakes) towards our Christmas raffle!
The next time you visit Eleos in Chard High Street, please thank them on our behalf for the £10 voucher they donated towards our Christmas party raffle!
Paul Fenton Estate Agents in Chard deserves an enthusiastic round of applause for the hamper they donated to us!
We would like to extend our thanks towards Tesco Chard for helping feed us all at our Christmas Party on the 7th December and for their ongoing support throughout the year!
A massive thank you to Numatic International Ltd. in Chard for their donation towards our Christmas Party -- Including, but not limited to, an actual 'Henry' vacuum cleaner!
[For the record, this competition is still running and there are still a limited number of spaces left in the draw! Please ask at the front desk for more details.]
The WATCH Project had a very productive couple of hours in the foyer of Chard Tesco yesterday (22nd November 2017). We raised a total of £104.12 – helped in no small part by the popularity of our mascot, and Jayne’s emotional well-being dog, Sam!
We owe a big thank you to Tesco for hosting us, and an enthusiastic pat on the back (loaded with gratitude) for Jayne, Sam, Sarah, Kevin, Richard, Lisa and Nicola for braving the elements and collecting there on our behalf.
I would name the public one-by-one for their generous donations as well, but that list could end up being very long indeed, so I’ll just thank you all with this blanket sentiment for now: Cheers, everybody! We really appreciate your support.
Chard WATCH would like to say a huge thank you for the years funding we have had to enroll new volunteers to our one day a week project, and the support that has helped enhance our website to provide more information that will help more members attend.
Click here to visit their website.
The Gallery Art Café & Bistro on Holyrood Street in Chard have kindly donated £158.80. (This was collected at one of their popular Quiz nights!)
The wonderful people behind WAZZACKS at St. Audries Bay have donated a breathtaking £930 to the Watch Project!
The Parish Church in Combe St Nicholas has kindly donated £100 to Chard WATCH CIC!
We had a talk at Saint Gilda's in October and collected £20.50 in donations from everyone there. 🙂
Dave Ruskin (of Daves Taxis) long-time friend of the project and regular provider of lifts for our trips out, recently donated £20 to our cause. Thank you very much!