Community News

Nine year old Alice Gawthorpe was so moved by the idea of children with cancer she decided to do her own fundraising to donate a duck to a child having treatment at Leeds General Infirmary.

But her fundraising ideas were so successful she ended up making enough money to buy a whole flock of 12 ducks, after raising an incredible £300.

Alice organised an Easter fun day at her home with around 40 friends and family attending. She planned activities including a tombola, a raffle, guess the name of duck, guess how many Smarties in the jar and she even made a trip to her local family pub with her Mum, Dad and sister Poppy to sell raffle tickets!
Keen to educate her school friends about Chemo Duck, Alice also prepared and delivered a PowerPoint presentation about Chemo Duck at school to help raise awareness of the charity.

Alice, age 9 from Church Fenton near Leeds says: “I think Give a Duck is a great charity to help children with cancer. I just wanted to make a child’s life with cancer happier, make them smile and hopefully they won’t feel lonely.”

Community support

Thank you to the following supporters in the community:

Asda – (Glasshaughton)

DanceXplosion – (Wakefield)

Lioness Club – (Pontefract)

Morrisons – (Wakefield)

Rotary Club – (Rochdale)

Swithens Farm

Queensway Primary School – (Yeadon)

and many, many more!

If you would like to join this group of wonderful community supporters, please contact us today!

e: info@giveaduck.org.uk or call 03000 11 22 22