There’s still time to take part in the 2.6 Challenge!

A huge virtual hug and thanks from all of us at Batemans/Satkaarya.

In just three weeks, our Circle of Support Appeal and Challenge 2.6 activities have raised nearly £7,500, and the money is still coming in.

And there’s still time to join the 2.6 Challenge.

It’s a nationwide campaign, launched to help charities plug an expected £4bn income shortfall due to Covid-19.

Anything with 2.6 or 26 in it will do!

Just think of your own activity based around the numbers 2.6 or 26 – anything goes.

So far our supporters have done everything from run relays equalling a final distance of 26.2 miles (the length of a marathon), spun plates, stood on their head for 26 minutes, pushed through to achieve 26 sit-ups, and done 26 cartwheels. It’s your choice.

For those of you whose athletic days are behind you, or never began, please support others – family or friends – as they do their very own 2.6 effort.

This is a marvellous opportunity to be part of something really big. Get active, have fun, and raise money to help our vulnerable children in Chennai.

You can donate now via the 2.6 Challenge website. Simply select The Batemans Trust (all three words) as your nominated charity and it will take you to our JustGiving 2.6 Challenge page. If you would like to be kept up to date with all our children’s activities please give us permission to see your email address. No one else can.

Or please transfer your donation directly to our bank with the reference ‘2.6 Challenge’. Batemans Trust; Account number: 21628984; Sort code: 404130.  Alternatively, please send a cheque to Batemans Trust, 27, Stocks Lane, Abingdon, Oxfordshire OX13 6SS.

Thanks for your support – and please share your pictures via our Facebook page or email the best ones to info@batemans.org.uk

 

‘Educate a girl, empower a nation’: please donate via our 2017/18 Wish List

Educating girls has been a Batemans priority for many years and it is the focus of our 2017/18 Wish List.

If a girl can make it through primary and secondary education, the chances of lifting her and future generations out of poverty are vastly increased.

While Batemans has a proud history of enabling all the children in its care to fulfil their potential, we recognise that girls face unique challenges to access education.

Please help us continue to change lives this Christmas by giving a gift that will have a lasting impact.

How does the wish list work?

We will send gift cards to anyone donating more than £10 to The Batemans Trust Wish List. These cards can be sent to friends and family to let them know that you have made a donation by way of a gift to them.

To order one or more gift cards, donate via JustGiving, then email mail@batemans.org.uk with your name, address details and number of cards required.

Alternatively, download the Wish List, print it out, complete the form and post to the address on page four as soon as possible.

 

Give a little sparkle this Christmas with the Batemans Wish List

Each year the Batemans Trust wish list helps us to support the children we care for. This year, to allow us to ring fence contributions to the school building, we are asking for your help cover some of our core costs like clothes, food and teachers’ salaries.

How does the wish list work?

We will send gift cards containing a small Christmas tree decoration to anyone donating more than £10 to The Batemans Trust Wish List. These cards can be sent to friends and family to let them know that you have made a donation by way of a gift to them.

To order one or more gift cards, donate via our Wish List page on JustGiving then email mail@batemans.org.uk with your name, address details and number of cards required.

Alternatively, download the wish list here, print it out, complete the form and post to the address on page four as soon as possible.