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Monday 05 February 2024

Komedia Team Up With Rockinghorse Children's Charity & Local Businesses For Fundraising Competition

Komedia have teamed up with Rockinghorse, the local charity who help young people and children and a wealth of local businesses, for the Brighton Business Giveaway, running from Monday 5th February – Tuesday 5th March 2024.

The fundraiser has been created to support Rockinghorse's One Day at a Time project, supporting children and families through their cancer journey. 

The aim is to raise at least £10,000, an amount which would help fund 10 weeks of support from Rockinghorse's specialist Oncology Psychologist, providing emotional help for families.

Thirteen local businesses have donated over £2,000 worth of prizes for the fundraiser. 

All you have to do to be in with a chance of winning one of the prizes on offer, whilst supporting an amazing local charity, is donate at least £20 to Rockinghorse Children's Charity through this JustGiving page

Komedia also encourages all entrants to share the JustGiving page on their social media tagging any friends who may be interested in entering. 

Entrants must also select the option to share their email address with Komedia so they can contact you, if you win a prize.

The Prizes:

A brand-new Carrera Crossfire 2 Hybrid Bike (worth £385)
A night out for 6 people at Komedia Comedy Club with main courses included (worth £204)
A private terrarium workshop for 4 people at Between Two Thorns (worth £200)
A stay for two people in a Superior Double room at My Brighton Hotel with breakfast at Meanwhile Café (worth £190)
A Couples Cook Class at Brighton Cookery School (worth £180)
A £150 treatment voucher for Esthetic Lewes
A Luxe Cut with Simon Webster (worth £135)
A Jimmy Fairly voucher for a new pair of sunglasses/prescription glasses (to the value of £129) + a free eye test
A night out for four people to Joe Black Kleines Kabarett, with loaded fries (worth £110)
4 x ride wristbands for the Brighton Palace Pier (worth £104)
Beer Tasting for 2 people at the Unbarred Taproom and a 6 pack of beers, glass and tote bag (worth £80)
Afternoon Tea for Two at The Grand Hotel (worth £76)
Dinner for two + wine at Terre A Terre (worth £60)

To read more about Rockinghorse Children's Charity's 'One Day at a Time'  campaign head HERE

by: Mike Cobley




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