Great News!

On the 24th October this year, we announced that 10 brave people from Stuart Turner would undertake a seven day endurance challenge to the summit of Mount Kilimanjaro with the aim of raising at least £10,000 towards their target before Christmas for the Stuart Turner Charitable Foundation. We are delighted to announce that in just 9 weeks, the team reached their first goal!

Your support has been incredible, thank you! 

The team have many more events planned for the New Year to help them  reach their final target of £20,000 for The Stuart Turner Charitable Foundation before they set off in April 2015. Please keep an eye on our website for further details. 

Your support is greatly appreciated and you can still make your donation via any of the following options:

via our just giving website page: https://www.justgiving.com/stuartturnerfoundation

  1. Text the word  Charity to  70660 to automatically donate £5.00. Alternatively you can donate an amount of your choosing simply by texting the word Charity followed by the amount you wish to donate. For example - Charity £10 
  2. By cheque made payable to Stuart Turner Foundation. Postal address: Market Place, Henley-on-Thames, Oxon, RG9 4AD

The primary objective of the Foundation is to support not for profit making organisations whose activities benefit the local community by reason of youth, age, ill-health, disability, financial hardship or other disadvantage or the advancement of education. 

The Foundation makes grants to a range of organisations and charitable activities in accordance with the Trust's grant making policy, all grants allocated are within the RG9 postcode area, the area in which Stuart Turner Ltd has been established as a renowned manufacturing company since 1906. 

In the short time the Foundation has been active it has already made substantial grants to:  Chiltern Centre for disabled children, My Life Choice and Headway Thames Valley to name but a few. 

Thank you very much for taking the time to read our appeal and hopefully making a generous donation.



Written by Stuart Turner at 12:30

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