Since the conception of the Oliver Curd Trust, many activities have been organised to raise money for the charity. To date individuals, groups and companies have helped raise just over £250,000. Many other events are in the pipeline and these will shared with you on the events page.

Thank you to the amazing group of 12 individuals who self funded their own trip to Tanzania last October to Conquer Mount Kilimanjro, the largest free standing mountain in the world! - You raised in total a staggering £16,000 for the trust.  Here are some of the other amazing events held over the last few months and the amounts raised from them.

Here are some of the events recently held in 2012 and the amounts raised from them .
Peter Blackshaw cycled a leg of The Tour de France £1714
London to Brighton Bike Ride £833
Be a Wally for Oli Day £272
Andy & Wendy Catt walked Hadrians Wall and raised £650
BBC  Antiques Auctioneer Mark Stacey £1333
Hastings Half Marathon £3624
Robin Hood, Icklesham Pub Quiz £400
Royal Mail Tuck Shop £2000
Oliver's Grandad Tony was nominated to be an Olympic torch bearer and raised £301 for photo's & donations.
Rocktober £1966
Rye Lions £500
Icklesham Bonfire £500
Surrey MG Club £250
Kent Caravan Club £2000
Sussex Mini Club £100
Sainsburys Local Hastings £579
Steve Ayling raised over £1700 running the 2012 Virgin London Marathon
Royal Mail V Parcel Force Golf Day raised £700
In 2012 The Oliver Curd Trust have had a numer of collection tins which have bought in over £1000 in the following locations;
Skinners of Rye, Elegant Nails, The Hope & Anchor, The Horse & Cart, The Cock Inn, Rye Harbour Stores, Ferry Road Doctors, Serendipity in Tenterden, Wickens Butchers, The Little Shop in Winchelsea, Bay Tree Cafe, Marino's Fish Bar, Rye Deli, Northiam Doctors, Brede Bakery, The George Hotel, Rye Harbour Cafe, Sainsbury's Local in Hastings, Rye Bakery & Horrels Chemist.  Thank you all for the support.  We have just ordered a new stock of collection tins, if you have a shop or outlet that would be happy to display one please feel free to contact us.
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OCT receive gift of three lap tops.

On Saturday 6th January the trust were invited to a presentation at Greatstone, where we were presented with a fantastic gift of 3 lap tops. The William Fagg Lodge no 9986 (Royal Antidilvian Order of Buffaloes, Grand Lodge of England) kindly donated this amazing gift to the trust.   The laptops will provide the facility for many families to use the internet whilst in the comfort of their holiday home & enable the children to  carry on with school coursework when needed or provide the facility just to research the area to explore. Our sincere thankyou to everyone from the Lodge concerned and to Bro.Ron Oiller for organising this.

The Oliver Curd Trust relies solely on the generosity of people like you for its funding, and we really are very grateful for all your support. Whatever you can give, no matter how large or small, it will go a long way to making a difference providing families a short holiday during very difficult and trying times.  If you would like to make a donation please visit the how to donate page