Lloyd Scott

Charity

Magic 105.4s Cash for Kids
Cash for Kids aims to support local children under the age of 18, who are financially, socially, emotionally or physically disadvantaged. Additionally to encourage healthy lifestyle options by promoting physical, mental and general wellbeing of children and adolescents within the Magic 105.4 Cash for Kids region.

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Magic Marathon fundraising page

Fundraiser: 
Lloyd Scott

My page: http://uk.virginmoneygiving.com/Magicmarathon

Hi, thanks for visiting my page. Through Virgin Money Giving, you can sponsor me and donations will be quickly processed and passed to Cash for Kids raising money for Action For Kids.

From April 17th I will be crawling the streets of London as Brian the snail from the Magic Roundabout, with my friends Florence, Zebedee, Dylan and Dougal to keep me company. I will be crawling a mile a day, so please dig deep and give generously and help raise money for disabled children and young people.

If you have time to come and visit me I would love to see you! Keep track of where I am http://www.actionforkids.org

Virgin Money Giving is a not for profit organisation and will claim gift aid on a charity's behalf where the donor is eligible for this. I really appreciate all your support and thank you for any donations.

Recent donors

08.07.11 Fantastic effort that's appreciated by most. Hope you find a way to keep up the great work!

22.06.11 Lloyd, Your achievements have been extraordinary and you are an inspiration to us all - please continue to keep the faith despite being treated so shabbily by those that should know better.

22.06.11 Lloyd, you're a hero mate. Well done on your epic crawl!

19.06.11 To Lloyd Scott: was sorry to hear about the way things turned out after your extraordinary feat and the commitment it showed.

16.06.11 You deserve to be knighted, not sacked!

15.06.11 So sorry to hear you were sacked, I hope the charity reconsiders and gives you your job back! You put in so much effort, I hope you're not too disheartened and that you'll continue your amazing work and continue to bring a smile to people's faces!

15.06.11 Sorry to hear of your shabby treatment. Just read in the papers. I'm a student so don't have much but hope this helps.

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15.06.11 Best of luck in your future endeavours! You do good work.

15.06.11 SAVE THE SNAIL!! What an amazing effort from Brian the snail and what a disappointing response from the charity. Keep up the good work and hope to see you in the next marathon!

15.06.11

15.06.11 I was sad to hear that you were sacked for 'not raising enough money' after all your hard work. Seems a bit small minded.

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15.06.11 What an amazing achievement for a really good cause. Well done!

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15.06.11 Read the piece in the Guardian - great guy and a lovely idea - just seems like bad early publicity. Don't sack him!

15.06.11 the world needs more people like you

15.06.11 Great work, Lloyd! Bring back the snail!

14.06.11 Well done. Best of luck with your next marathon :)

14.06.11 Cant believe you were sacked

14.06.11 so the snail can stay

14.06.11 Hi Scott, I'm donating in the hope that with others you can reach your target amount thereby benefiting the Action for Kids charity and embarrassing the Ermintrudes out of the Action for Kids Trustees. Maybe next year you could do the marathon as Zebedee

14.06.11 For your magnanimity and ability to see the bigger picture - the people you are trying to help. As impressive in its own way as the marathon crawl.

14.06.11 I feel bad that I forgot to sponsor you when I heard about your incredible stunt. Sadly, your sacking is an unwelcome reminder. How much does the London Marathon make off charities?..

£20,122.90

Running total

Total raised incl. Gift Aid:
£21,176.14
Total donors:
241
Last donor:
Brian (the snail) Taylor
08.07.11  
Offline fundraising:
£15,207.00