Go Purple and Green Round Up

04 October 2018

Go Purple and Green Round Up

On Friday 21st September we held our Go Purple and Green to Support a Teen Awareness Day and we were thrilled to receive such fantastic support from local businesses and individuals.

Thank you so much to all who participated; in total you raised in excess of £4,000! Below is an insight into how people went Purple and Green to Support a Teen – if you’re feeling inspired by their incredible achievements and wish to fundraise for Teens Unite too, click here to find out more!  

At Teens Unite, we held a cake sale at both our Broxbourne office and our brand new office in Loughton, which was officially opened on the day too. Thank you to all who stopped by to purchase a cake and have a chat – collectively we raised in excess of £600.

Support from Local Businesses

HB Accountants

HB Accountants held a delicious cake sale, raising £153.60! They had a variety of purple and green treats on offer as well as delicious cupcakes.

Vision

Vision embraced our Purple and Green colour scheme with a dress down day, raising £208.55!

The Townhouse

The Townhouse tucked into some tasty treats on 21st September to celebrate our Awareness Day, raising £129.80 in total.

Vire

Vire in Bishops Stortford decorated their premises with Purple and Green bunting and Teens Unite balloons, raising awareness of the charity amongst all staff and customers.

Network Rail

Network Rail raised £274.86 by hosting a cake sale packed with tasty homemade goods.

Santander

Santander raised an incredible £925.32 plus match funding across 18 of their branches in our local area.

Tesco  

Thank you to Lynn from Tesco Cheshunt Extra for donating cakes for our cake sale and raising £78.26 by holding a tombola in store

Support from Local Schools and Colleges

Larkspur Primary Academy

Staff and students at Larkspur Academy wore Purple and Green, raising £120.74

Bishop’s Stortford College

Teens Unite supporter, volunteer and Bishop’s Stortford College student Sukhmani arranged a cake sale which raised £51 in support of the charity.

Independent Fundraisers

A huge thank you goes to Teens Unite supporter Jayne for hosting a fabulous coffee morning, raising £551 in support of our Go Purple and Green Awareness Day.

If you missed out on Go Purple and Green why not create a Teens Unite fundraiser of your own? By raising funds and awareness for Teens Unite, you’ll be helping us to bring more young people overcoming cancer together.

We’re also launching our Christmas Bauble campaign in the coming weeks, so stay tuned to hear about how you can give the ultimate gift this Christmas.

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