Face of The Globe England: A Fundraising Mission

This March I will be competing in the Face of the Globe Grand Finals Pageant in London and Disneyland Paris. A big part of the preparation for the Final is the community participation and fundrasing. In the last year I have been fundraising for a number of charities and will continue to fundraise until the Finals. This same March, a few friends and I will be walking 24 miles from St. Ives to Lands End to raise money in aid of Cancer Research and Prospect Hospice. Our aim is to raise at least another £500 before the Finals. Over the last year I have also over £1000 for the Rainbow Child Foundation. If you're interested in what the charities stand for and how to donate, please read on to find out how. 

The Rainbow Child Foundation

This foundation raises money for disadvantaged children across the world. The money raised helps build schools, water pumps and funds HIV awareness programs. The charity has raised thousands of pounds over the past few years with the help of the Face of The Globe Pageant. Last year, I raised £1,058 for the charity by running a charity pageant, hosting a charity run, and organising a Disney themed tea party. 

Cancer Research

I started running the race for life 10 years ago but after the loss of my Grandad in 2013 so raising money for the Cancer Reasearch charity is a personal goal. The charity raises money to by providing funding to find the cure to cancer for affected victims and their families. In 2016, I ran 10k in memory of my Grandad and raised £268. I have since decided to continue to raise money for this charity as it's incredibly close to my heart. This is one of the charities the 24 mile walk will be fundraising for. Click here to help fundraise. 

Prospect Hospice

Prospect Hospice helps provide end of life care for both the individuals affected and their families. Based in Wiltshire, the Hospice relies completely on donations to do the amazing work that they do and they help anyone in need. I have decided to fundraise for this charity as well because it's a local one at home and I have volunteered at many Prospect Hospice fundraising events in the past. The work they do is incredible. If you'd like to help me fundraise, you can do it here

Every penny in fundraising can help change someone elses life. It is important that we give to the people that need it. No donation is too small and all suport is gratefully appreciated.

Jade Dando - Face of The Globe England 2017