Youngster Raises Funds for Caring Charities

 

Toni-Marie Dorkings presents a certificate to Daniel Beynon

Young Daniel Beynon decided he wanted to give something back to the organisations that had assisted in the care of his family members. Daniel raised and presented £350 to Paul Sartori Hospice at Home and the same amount for Dementia UK.

He prepared a video for use on Paul Sartori social media to promote a jumble sale, and a poster to put up in his school. 

He was lucky with the weather and was supported by his family throughout the day. He was recently presented with a certificate to thank him for this great achievement.

Daniel said: “I wanted to do the jumble sale because I wanted to raised money for the charities which helped my family members who are not here anymore and I miss them everyday – my Auntie Julie and Bampi Dennis Hillier – that’s why I picked Paul Sartori and Dementia UK.”

Toni-Marie Dorkings said: “Daniel is an inspiration. On behalf of the Paul Sartori Foundation I would like to thank him and his family for choosing our vital Hospice at Home service as the beneficiary of his fundraising.”

The Paul Sartori Hospice at Home Service works with people with life-limiting conditions.

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