Lint House take on Telford Wrekin
15 Sep 2020

Lint House’s Giving Page

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Kayleigh Mullen

Total raised


+ £33.25 Gift Aid

124 Complete
124% of £150.00 target

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I'm fundraising to raise money for Cancer Research UK

Lint house is a residential children's homes located in Wednesfield, Wolverhampton. We have been open since January 2020 and we currently look after two young girls ages 10 and 12.

The children we look after are caring and thoughtful and enjoy supporting and helping others in lots of different ways. We have spoken a lot about raising money for cancer research over the last few weeks but found it hard to find a task to do which fit both the children and the adults that work and reside at Lint House.

After lots of consideration (and a few bribes along the way) we have decided to all walk the Telford Wrekin on Wednesday 28th October to raise money for Cancer Research UK. This might not sound like a big task to some, but the children and adults are all different ages and abilities and together we thought this was the best task for us all to do together, as one big family.

Our target is £150 and we would love it if you were able to help us to reach our target.

Thankyou all in advance,
Lint House x

Latest updates


Kupid Val-Essoné



+£1.25 Gift Aid

KA (Walsall CS)



+£2.50 Gift Aid

Good Luck! Do your very best! :)


Shannon Daly



+£2.50 Gift Aid

Good luck everyone and well done for raising money for such an amazing cause xxx


Lorna Thompson



Good luck


Natasha Connop



+£2.50 Gift Aid

Matt Tubb



+£0.75 Gift Aid

Total raised£186.00



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