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For the fifth edition of Cake and as it was Christmas we asked all attendees to donate to a local charity for homeless people.
At the start of the year I wanted to organise and take part in a charity event this year, and Cake offered the perfect platform for this. Goal number 4 complete.
I am incredibly proud to say we raised over £400 for Falcon Support and their Festive Shelter campaign.
The event is building it own culture around kind, interesting, generous people.
People who are their to better themselves and improve the lives of others who attend.
I was blown away by the generosity of everyone involved and their willingness to effectively ‘pay’ for an event that had always been free.
But it was for a good cause. All the money went to the Falcon Centre’s Winter Shelter campaign where they will be providing 3 emergency beds over the Christmas period.
I am proud to say that we contributed to this campaign and will make a real difference to local peoples lives over the Christmas period.