Our collection boxes are out in the local community, and we are always amazed as to how much such a little green box can contribute towards projects in our area. A huge thanks to all our shopkeepers who help us with our fundraising, if you would like more information on how you can help then [...]
Steven & Louise were delighted to be invited to Inverkeithing High School Senior Awards Ceremony tonight and congratulate Alistair Heeps who was awarded with our award Inspiring Others To Achieve in memory of Christopher. We are very grateful to Mr Kelly and all the senior pupils for their continued support. Inverkeithing High School Parent Council Inverkeithing, Fife
??Huge round of applause has go to Eilidh, Isobel & Katie who are in primary 6 at Aberdour Primary School. The girls took part in the Virgin Money Challenge and made items to sell to their friends and family, which made them £100 profit...they then decided between them that they wanted to donate this money [...]
We would like to thank local amateur folk band 'After 8 Mince' have donated £300 into the Cookie Jar from their gigs and sales of their C.D's. Thanks for your support!
?A massive shout out to all the pupils and staff at Burntisland Primary School for their fundraising efforts over the last few months, which raised £350 for the Cookie Jar ?. I'm sure you'll all agree that Ms Copland did a good job at modelling the Cookie Monster suit ?
We would like to give a massive shout out to Kirstie Chalmers for nominating us to her colleagues at Mossmorran Exxon Mobil for their 'Stay Safe' token initiative. The Cookie Jar has been topped up by £1,115.00 thanks to everyone staying safe on site! This will be put to good use at the local hospital [...]
We are delighted to be able to announce that all our cheering with Starbucks has won us a community grant of £1,000 ? from neighbourly. We would like to thank all of you who took the time out to share, cheer and enter our wee competitions during December, we couldn't have done it without your [...]
Erskine Stewart's Melville Schools what can we say guys....after a phenomenal walk by the primary 7's completing the Route 66 Challenge and donating 10% to us, you've done it again!!! The pupils donated money towards 'Wear What You Want Day' which raised an amazing £2,072.77! Thanks to all who participated your support is overwhelming.