Cloudy2Clear UK Ltd, the UK’s number 1 glass replacement company for your failed double glazing, proudly sponsors Leah Webb, from March in Cambridgeshire, as she raises money for Great Ormond Street Hospital. 10-year-old Leah will be organising a bingo night at the March United Services Club in March on Tuesday August 16.
Speaking about the Bingo Night, Tina Webb (Leah’s mum) said:
“Doors open for the bingo night at 6.00pm and ‘eyes-down’ will be at 6.45pm. There will be the usual bingo with an extra game being sold to win £50 cash as well as a children’s game.
We will also hold a raffle and will be selling cakes as well as sweets with all proceeds going to Great Ormond Street Hospital. We would like to thank Cloudy2Clear for sponsoring a prize and we hope that it will draw more people to take part in the bingo night.”
According to Jayne Raven, marketing co-ordinator for Cloudy2Clear:
“I think we can all learn a lesson from little Leah. Even at such a tender age, Leah is doing her bit to make peoples’ lives better. It is her genuine desire to do-good that made us immediately agree to sponsor her efforts to raise money for Great Ormond Street.
As a good corporate citizen, we look to support the communities in which we operate. Sometimes this comes in the form of big national events and sometimes its as simple as helping a 10-year-old girl raise money for something she is passionate about.”
Leah recently took part in ‘Brave The Shave’ for Macmillan Cancer Support, shaving off her waist length white-blonde locks and donating it to The Little Princess Trust. Leah raised over £1,300!
This year, Cloudy2Clear has already sponsored Cycled The Length Of The Amazon, Squash for Deaf Kids, John Hartson Foundation Charity Golf and now Leah’ Bingo Night.