Crealy announces their new 2017 charity partners
Crealy Adventure Park near Exeter has raised £10,000 for their charity partner and has also announced their charity partners for 2017.
The £10,000 is awarded to the WESC Foundation in Exeter, a centre for young people and adults with visual impairment including complex needs. The year-long fundraising campaign, Wheels 4 WESC, was for a new 8 seater minibus. To view more on that charity partnership, please click here WESC fundraising manager Jon Duckham said: "We can't thank them enough. £10,000 is a tremendous total and has put us well on the way towards a new vehicle, and our children and young adults have had a brilliant time enjoying Crealy." On behalf of Crealy, manager Josh Haywood added: "We are very proud that this charity partnership has been such a success." Crealy has now announced new charity partnerships with children's charity CHICKS, Devon Air Ambulance Trust, Torbay Holiday Helpers Network and Children's Hospice South West for 2017. Torbay Holiday Helpers Network fundraising manager Brian Lewis said: "Crealy have helped THHN families for many years, for which we are very thankful and we are delighted to have been chosen as one of Crealy's charities in 2017. The support means a great deal and will enable us to help more families now and in the future."