Raising funds for the Stroke Association
To raise funds for the Stroke Association, there will be an event at Newcastle’s famous River Tyne, soaring 918 ft on a Zip Slide. The doors of the Baltic are opening on the 29th and 30th of March to offer this opportunity for anyone who would like to take part. Starting at the top of the Baltic centre for contemporary arts, hundreds of feet above the rest of the city’s huge buildings, brace yourself for the dive of almost 1000 ft. By doing this giant decent, taking in all of the fantastic views in on the way, you will be doing something inspirational and helping raise money for the Stroke Club.
The Stroke Club are giving away prizes for the best dressed – yes, dressed! Fancy dress is accepted and as long as you look the part, you could be in with the chance to win a prize – there will also be an award for the highest fundraiser. So for a chance to help the unfortunate that have been affected by this terrible disability, take part in this event and raise funds for the association. Gather your friends, family and colleagues and get ready for an opportunity to Zip Slide like never before. Sign up today to make sure you don’t miss out on this challenge.
To register you can contact the events hotline on 01604 687768 and pay over the phone with a debit or credit card.
To apply online go to: http://www.stroke.org.uk/event/zip-tyne-line-picture-tyne-you-zip-line-918-ft-zip-slide-gateshead
By Email: email@example.com
Post: Send the enclosed registration form back with a £15.00 cheque, payable to the ‘Stroke Association’.
Once the payment of £15.00 has been paid, all the Stroke Association asks in return is to raise a minimum of £100.00 in donations before the big day and you will then receive a gift as a certificate of your achievement.
The Stroke Association is the leading stroke charity in the UK. It helps people all over the UK that has suffered from this disease, but they want to change how people think about this disability. Every five minutes someone has a stroke and it is the biggest killer in the UK. The association needs your help to change the world for people affected by a stroke by working with people who share the commitment they do.