Charity Updates

Dec
11

Party Pieces Santa Run for Rainbow Trust!

Some of the Party Pieces staff got into the Christmas spirit early by taking part in the Santa Run in London last weekend to raise money for Rainbow Trust. It was a huge success and they have raised hundreds of pounds for this great cause.

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Nov
27

Party Pieces supports Heroes Charity Dinner

On 17th November 2012, the Lions Club of Reading held a Heroes Dinner, a black tie charity event to raise money for three very worthy military causes. The evening was a great success, and Party Pieces were very proud to support the event.

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Aug
10

An Olympic Challenge

Rainbow Trust Olympic DayBen Morris is a bright, engaging 11 year old with a big smile and lots to say. He loves science lessons at school and cracking jokes. Ben also has Spinal Muscular Atrophy, which means that his muscles don’t receive signals from his brain. The only part of his body he can move is his left thumb. Despite this he races around in his wheelchair – which he controls with his thumb and attends the same mainstream school as his eight year old sister Emily.

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Jun
08

Lightening the load, and lighting up the room

Rainbow Trust Annual Dinner 2012Rainbow Trust (our charity partner for this year) recently held their Annual Dinner at 30 Pavilion Road in London.  We were delighted to be able to help them by supplying some party essentials including place cards, tea lights and tea light holders.  The venue looked stunning, with fragrant flowers and twinkling tea lights, and the guests enjoyed delicious food and drink.

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Mar
07

Party Pieces Teams Up With Pennies to Support Rainbow Trust

Pennies & Rainbow Trust2012 sees Party Pieces’ 25th year of helping their customers create magical parties. They’ve been doing many things to celebrate this landmark occasion but nothing as important as their latest project! Enabled by Pennies, the electronic charity box, customers are given the choice to round up their order to the nearest 50p donating their extra pennies to helping Rainbow Trust continue their vital work.

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