Easter Hamper Raffles

Thank you to the The Prince of Wales, The RAFA Club, The White Lion and The Elm Tree for allowing us to place or Easter Hampers with you. We managed to raise a whopping £800 for the charity. Thank you all for your continues support.

3 Peaks Challenge – Morocco

Joshua Harding is raising money to help us – please support him. https://www.gofundme.com/f/fundraiser-for-bristol-childrens-charity?utm_campaign=p_cf+share-flow-1&utm_medium=copy_link&utm_source=customer If you are thinking of fundraising for us and would like to register your event then please follow this link https://www.bristolchildrenscharity.co.uk/get-involved/


THANK YOU to Excalibur Comms for supporting us and donating £10,000. The 3 peaks challenge is a huge achievement and the Excalibur team have climbed Ben Nevis, Scarfell Pike and Snowdon.

Bradley Stoke Rotary Club

Bradley Stoke Rotary Club organised a quiz night and raised over £3,000 for us. We’d like to say a HUGE thank you to everyone that organised and attend the event.

The Beehive – The pub that keeps on giving!

The Beehive in Westbury on Trym, have just raised under £500. As the title states the generous patrons and staff have helped the Bristol Children’s Charity raise over £5,000 in the last 3 years. The Beehive were awarded the prestigious “Silver Plate Award” for their ongoing support and dedication to the Charity. Thank you all for the time and effort … Read More

The Elm Tree – Hanham – Raised £300

Thanks to the Elm Tree pub in Hanham, for raising £300 with their Easter Raffle. These funds mean the Elm Tree have raised over £5,000 for the Bristol Children’s Charity over the last 8 years. THANK YOU

Old Lock & Weir

Thank you to The Old Lock & Weir for the incredibly generous donation of £600 raised at their recent darts charity fundraiser. This amount means The Old Lock & Weir has helped Bristol Children’s Charity raise over £10,000 across the past 5 years.

Tales of Consequence – Raised over £1,200

As part of her degree, Catherine Cable who is a 3rd year university student has made an interactive film aimed at 10-13yr olds.  The film is designed to empower young children and to teach them that in life, there is always a way through no matter what decisions are taken. The film is called Tales of Consequence. As part of … Read More