Two events during Save The Children Week brought in over £500 for the Rossendale branch. A day’s collecting at TESCO Haslingden netted £365 and a bric-a-brac stall at Rawtenstall market the following day added £150 to the Week’s total. Continue reading Save the Children Week 2018 – Rossendale Branch
Article by Kevin Watkins (above), CEO of Save the Children UK following the scandal in Haiti involving several Oxfam employees. (copied from SC website)
Continue reading PROTECTING CHILDREN IS THE MOST IMPORTANT THING WE DO
Class Two of St Veronica’s RC Primary School, Helmshore, chose Save The Children (SCF) as the charity for their Lent fundraising events, and invited Tim Nuttall of SCF Rossendale Branch along to receive a cheque for £185. Continue reading St Veronica RC Primary in Helmshore raise £185 for Save the Children
Rossendale Branch are sorry to have to announce the death, at 103 years of age, of their of our founder members, Edna May Trickett. Edna died ‘peacefully and snug’ with her family on 21st February after her health started to fail shortly after the New Year.
Rossendale branch of Save The Children (SCF) celebrated a successful Save The Children Week by raising over £1,000 from two supermarket collections and a market stall selling second-hand goods and nearly-new toys.
Rossendale branch of Save the Children (SCF) ended the year in traditional style with a Christmas concert which raised over £470 for the charity. Continue reading Christmas Charity Concert for Rossendale Branch of Save the Children
A full house of 80 quiz enthusiasts raised nearly £450 for Save The Children (SCF) Rossendale Branch at their recent annual Quiz Night at Rawtenstall Cricket Club. Continue reading Save The Children Rossendale Branch Annual Quiz Night
Two events in one week saw the Rossendale branch of Save The Children raise over £2,200 for the charity.
On a chilly June day volunteers from the branch took summer cheer to businesses and schools around the Valley by delivering over 600 scones, smothered in whipped cream and fresh strawberries, in what is now a 20-year long tradition of ‘Save The Children Strawberry Delight Day’. Continue reading Strawberry Delight Day – Rossendale Branch
Whilst we may ponder on the physical discomfort and upsetting sights and situations aid workers are confronted with we sometimes overlook the actual physical risks they face from their fellow human beings.
These risks have been tragically brought to the forefront recently with the death of 5 Save the Children aid workers in Afghanistan.
Before viewing Vincent Cochetel’s excellent video we would like to express our commiserations to the family and friends of these 5 brave humanitarians. (article ammended for this paragraph 13/4/2015)