Belsize Square Synagogue, London. St
Clare Hospice, Harlow. Trinity Hospice, London. St Francis Hospice,
Romford. Holocaust Centre, Laxton. St John's Hospice, Lancaster.
Wren Academy, London. Nottingham High
School for Girls. Leuchie House, North Berwick. Etz Chaim
School, London. Royal Centre for Defence Medicine,
School. Bromsgrove School. Dove House Hospice, Hull.
Berkhamsted School. Trinity Hospice, Blackpool. St
Hospice, Ipswich. Chester Zoo. Royal Botanic Gardens,
Edinburgh. Bushey Synagogue. CLIC Sargent, London.
High School For Girls.
Robert Gordon's College, Aberdeen.
The Prince & Princess of Wales Hospice, Glasgow.
The Christie NHS Foundation Trust, Manchester.
Virgo Fidelis Convent School, London.
What are Donor Trees?
Trees are a means of publicly recording your appreciation of the people
who have given money to a project. The trees typically consist of a
trunk made of cast bronze and metal leaves on which the donor's name is
engraved, although other materials are often used. The Donor Tree is
placed in a prominent place associated with the fundraising so that
your benefactors' names are on permanent display.
Larger leaves, rocks and other objects can celebrate larger gifts.
Trees are now a standard part of the fundraiser's armoury in the USA -
much used by educational institutes and charities. Now we are able to
make Donor Trees available in the UK.
Call Rob Armitage on 07801 787061 now to discuss how one could help you to reach that fundraising target.
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