Coming Soon… Orange Week!

When? 27th April – 3rd May

Where? Anywhere

What? Simply go orange for one day, or the whole week, in support of St Giles!

Go Orange for Orange Week!

Wherever you are, whatever you do, make sure it’s orange this Orange Week!

Simply think of a ‘bright’ idea – from wearing some wonderful orange attire, to baking a delicious orange cake – and help us raise vital funds for local people.

To download our digital fundraising pack, full of orange ideas, click here It also includes some cake flags, bunting, empty belly posters and a terrific totaliser!

Plus, if you’ve had a bold brainwave of your own, please do let us know what you’ll be getting up to below.

Wondering what happened in 2019? Take a look at our Facebook photo album.

Want to go orange another way?

You can still support St Giles by playing our lottery.

If you fancy your chances at winning thousands of pounds, why not buy yourself a single ticket… or two? (18+)

Lottery tickets cost just £1 each and you could win our weekly jackpot of £1,000, or up to £20,000 in our rollover!

Introducing… Olly the Orange!

Olly’s awesome Activity Pack has 13 pages of puzzles and projects to keep your little ones entertained – perfect for completing during Orange Week, or even before if you’re bored!

All we’re asking for in return is a minimum donation of £3 to help us continue our vital care.

Download your pack here.

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