Nic Tries a Double Link-Up

IW Combined Charities Fair 2013 002Last Monday, Nic Hewlett of Rowan House swapped her desk in Swindon for a day at the Inner Wheel combined charity event in Cirencester.

She managed to combine two Community Link-Up elements by linking together fundraising and volunteering when she applied for her day’s Volunteer Time. As you can see (to the left of the picture), her role for the day was helping out on one of the many stalls.

IW Combined Charities Fair 2013 001 - CopyThe money raised on the day – £234 – will go towards the many charities – both local and further afield – supported by Cirencester’s Inner Wheel, who are celebrating their 50th anniversary in 2013.

Nic’s fundraising – and Smiths News – were celebrated in the Inner Wheel’s national magazine this summer when her fellow member Liz Tovey reported on her receiving Smiths News’s Community Champion of the Year award last year. Said Liz:

“Nic our youngest member – and the first with no ties to Rotary – joined us two and a half years ago and is already on the committee, showing a great enthusiasm and totally ‘being a friend’.

Well done Nic, we are all very proud of your achievement.”

And so are we!

Update: This is post number 500 on the blog! Many thanks to all of you who’ve contributed news for us to publish over the past three years 😀

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One Response to Nic Tries a Double Link-Up

  1. Mark Cashmore, Chief Executive says:

    An excellent use of Volunteer Time – I think this is the second year you’ve taken part in this Nic?

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