Scotland’s Armed Forces Children’s Charity
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Since the beginning of lockdown, many of us have had to stay at home most of the time whether we have been working or studying remotely or being furloughed from our jobs. It can be collectively agreed that the majority of us have since shed our ‘fancier’ clothes in favour of more comfortable home-wear including jogging bottoms and old jumpers!
So instead, why not #DressUpNotDown instead and change your look for a day! Put on your nicest clothes (they don’t have to be formal) and organise a fundraising event for RCET with friends, family, or colleagues over Zoom. You can plan anything from a virtual quiz to a virtual games night, or even a virtual fashion show event! Charge each person a small donation fee to take part (£5 or more) which will go directly towards supporting Armed Forces Children and Young People to reach their full potential and THRIVE.
If you like the sound of this fashionable fundraising idea and would like to take part and fundraise for us, then please contact email@example.com and we can help you get started.
Your Mind Matters
RCET is creating a bespoke mental health and wellbeing service, for Armed Forces young people across Scotland, and you can help!Find out more