Shoreham Crescent shows support for Whoopsadaisy

Caroline Matanle, Community Fundraiser for Whoopsadaisy, is pictured with Taylor Wimpey Sales Executives Denise Etheridge and Bill Caunter and at Taylor Wimpeys Shoreham Crescent development
Caroline Matanle, Community Fundraiser for Whoopsadaisy, is pictured with Taylor Wimpey Sales Executives Denise Etheridge and Bill Caunter and at Taylor Wimpeys Shoreham Crescent development

Visitors to the Taylor Wimpey Shoreham Crescent development have taken part in an initiative which has supported a charity.

Whoopsadaisy, a small charity based in Brighton, have been awarded a £250 donation from the housebuilder as part of its monthly donation box initiative which asks visitors to its Shoreham Crescent development to place a vote for one of three local charities, community groups or fundraising initiatives. Caroline Matanle, community fundraiser for Whoopsadaisy, says: “It was a lovely, lovely surprise to hear that we were going to be getting this donation so we’d like to say a big thank you to everyone who voted for us. We’re a very small charity and every penny makes a difference. The sessions we run for the children here are free and we’re therefore entirely dependent on volunteers and donations.”

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