Fundraiser and former Police Office Swasie Turner today visited the Chief Minister as part of his visit to Gibraltar to raise funds and carry out a wheelchair push up the Rock. Mr. Turner tragically lost his leg due to an act of violence in the line of duty, and then shortly after, his wife passed away due to cancer. From then, Mr. Turner became dedicated to the cause, finding himself carrying out the mist eccentric fundraising activities that have seen him and his standard NHS wheelchair travel across the World.
A charity cheque presentation was held in Devil’s Tower Camp today. CSgt Cawood presented four charities with money raised from the Royal Gibraltar Regiment WOs & SNCOs Mess Charity Fundraiser which was held in Casemates.
Bayside School’s Special Education Needs Department recently celebrated the work of students involved in the Awards Scheme Development and Accreditation Network (ASDAN), a British charity organization with awarding body status. It provides educational opportunities for young people, in particular helping learners to develop their personal and social attributes through its awards programme and qualifications.
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Four Police Officers from the Metropolitan Police Service in the UK drove from London to Gibraltar in a modified Suzuki Jeep in aid of the Help for Heroes charity.
Andy Le Geyt, Max Chung, Daniel Wickham and Milad Amini raised £1,750 for the charity by doing something different. They went about hatching a plan, Andy Le Geyt says: