Doughnuts raise lots of dough

Our supporters are going ‘doughnuts’ for this national initiative, and we’d like to thank them for their fantastic efforts.

National Doughnut Week is a week where bakeries, cafés and businesses all over the country get involved with making, selling and eating doughnuts to raise money for The Children’s Trust! It has so far raised over an incredible £350,000 so thank you to everyone who has taken part and donated some much appreciated ‘dough’. We would also like to say a special thank you to Christopher Freeman of Dunn’s Bakery who came up with this fantastic idea and chose The Children’s Trust to be the beneficiary charity. As well, we would like to thank CSM for their kind sponsorship that enables us to create the promotional packs that are sent out to all of our participants. Below are some pictures of some of the many participants who join in the fun during doughnut filled fundraising weeks. If you would like to sign up to take part next year to hold your National Doughnut Week or Doughnut Day, please visit our national events page.

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