100 for 100 Stirling continue their challenges

100 for 100 Stirling continue their challenges

Stirling Inner Wheel President, Teresa Hill, chose the Doddie Weir Foundation (MND) as her charity for the year, members decided to raise funds by having 100 jars and filling them with coins – £461.41 raised so far.
Instead of regular donations to the Food Bank members decided to collect 100 pouches/cans of dog and cat food – they felt that if people were unable to feed themselves the probability is their animals would not be fed either.
Their challenges continue –
For International they collected over 100 postcards from all over the world.
Volunteering – the club members aim to achieve 100 hours of volunteering – an ongoing project.

 

 

 

 

 

Other 100 for 100 news

100 for 100 Camberley D14

100 for 100 Camberley D14

In November Camberley club planted 100 daffodil bulbs. In March they visited their local Ukrainian Refugees Group and presented  them with the tubs of flowering daffodils. They were delighted to receive the beautiful pots..  

100 for 100 New Malden D14 bulbs

100 for 100 New Malden D14 bulbs

New Malden club planted 100 pots of spring bulbs for sale at the International Rally and the proceeds went to the charity supported on the day, Street Child.  

100 for 100 Marjorie Duncan Stirling

100 for 100 Marjorie Duncan Stirling

Marjorie Duncan of the Stirling Club has finished her personal challenge of speaking to 100 people she meets and explaining ’Inner Wheel’ to them.  A great achievement Marjorie - and a great way to promote Inner Wheel. Way to go Marjorie!