During the week of 12th - 16th October, children attending Rhythm Time music classes for babies, toddlers and pre-schoolers helped to raise much needed funds for The Children’s Trust by wearing their favourite pyjamas to their weekly classes.
Children attending Rhythm Time music classes in Dorridge were delighted when Humphrey from Humphrey's Corner made a surprise visit to their classes. The Rhythm Time franchises have so far raised a combined total of £5,000 for The Children's Trust.
Rhythm Time Director, Kathy Doolan said: "The children and teachers alike had great fun supporting this very worthwhile event. We are thrilled to raise so much money for such a good cause and would like to thank everyone who contributed for making this happen."
The Children’s Trust is a national charity working with children who have multiple disabilities and complex health needs. In addition to the leading intensive rehabilitation centre at Tadworth, they have a national outreach programme working with children all over the UK. It is 25 years since The Trust began and in this silver anniversary year they have teamed up with Humphrey’s Corner to support Humphrey’s pyjama week. To find out more about The Children’s Trust and fundraising ideas you can log onto: www.thechildrenstrust.org.uk.
Posted: 7th Oct 2009