Vascular Awareness Month - September 2020


Tuesday, September 1, 2020 - 10:00 to Wednesday, September 30, 2020 - 00:15
Open event.Everyone is welcomed.
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This year the Circulation Foundation's 'Vascular Disease Awareness Month' will be taking place throughout the month of September. The main aim of the awareness month is to provide an opportunity for supporters of the charity, from healthcare professionals, to individuals with vascular disease and their families and friends, to create awareness of vascular disease and the charitable work of the Circulation Foundation.
Create your own event during the awareness month. Your event can take any shape or form, and if you need any ideas please go to our 'getting involved' page. When you have decided on your event, register your event online, and we will send you a 'fundraising' pack. This will contain T-shirts, collection boxes, balloons and charity ribbons. You can also print off any patient information you think will help you with your event.
On the day of your event, take some photographs so that you can send these, along with some information about yourself and your event, to be displayed on the website and the next Newsletter. The easiest way to send us any money you raise during your event, is via ‘Virgin Money’ giving or ‘Just Giving’, both of which can be accessed via our website.  Don't forget GIFT AID your donation and help The Circulation Foundation claim from the goverment an extra 25p for every £1 you give.  Imagine what a difference that could make and it doesn't cost you a penny!
As always, the Circulation Foundation is very appreciative of the time and effort you are putting into supporting us, and we hope you have an enjoyable and successful event. We look forward to hearing about your event.


Event Location: 
Unit E1
WS14 9DZ
United Kingdom
This event was posted by: louise.collins


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