A huge thank you to Stan Cooper who recently gave a presentation at a local school. With an audience of 400 people, predominantly students leaving school and heading to university, the spirit of the evening was to encourage everyone to make the most of their opportunities. In light of this, the school invited Always A Chance to help send this important message to their students. Thank you to the school and the students for having us, and thank you to Stan for sharing some of the beliefs of the Always A Chance family.
We have had two of our biggest annual events recently and can proudly announce that the ‘Cooper Cup’ and ‘Jog for James’ raised an incredible…
Thank you to everyone who took part and donated. Your continued support is really appreciated by all those associated with Always A Chance.
It’s that time of year that we all start getting rid of all our winter clothes and trading them in for our summer wardrobe!
If you are getting rid of any clothes, please let us know! Claire Billingham has been doing a wonderful job of collecting unwanted clothes in order to raise money for AAC! Last week’s collection raised £280!
Thank you to Claire and to all of you who donated your unwanted items!
On Sunday 19th April Pete and Hazel Kouzaris had the privilege of attending the Graduation ceremony for students who were acknowledged by the National Citizen Service (NCS) from schools across the county of Northamptonshire. A group of students from Northampton chose to raise funds for Always a Chance by selling cakes and by organising a huge party.The students raised the magnificent sum of £526.03.
- Moulton College DJ
- Northampton Academy. Ezra,Sean, Rourke ,Fatooma
- Caroline Chisholm. Michaela,Faye
- Abbeyfield School. Tom,Ricky,Abi,Amy
- Thomas Becket Catholic School. Harriet,Eve
- The Duston School. Tom,Ricky,Amy
Check out this before and after photo of the Northamptonshire County Council Wolf Run team! These brave, muddy souls raised £750 for Always A Chance. Thank you SO much for your support!
We would like to thank all those who came to the Charles Bradlaugh for the AAC fundraising night. Thanks to you we raised over £1,300, all of which will go to the local projects we’re supporting in our fight against violence and victim support.
A special thanks to Hannah Jelley for hosting such an incredible night. We can’t wait to see you all at the next one!