- Josie & Ernie Talbot £2000 Longlevens Xmas Lights
- St Mary's & Beauchamp Arms Dymock £900 Xmas Carols
- Steve Gooch Estate Agents £100
- SFC Group Raise £9060 in Xmas Raffle
- Dean Close School Charity Action Group £10,000
- Highnam Court Autumn Open Gardens £3400
- Tony Bebber, Andrew Barnard & team: Stroud Half Marathon £1000+
- Richard Dorman & Bath Time £2500+
- Converge Mud Runners
- Runners in Cheltenham Half Marathon £2875
- Jane & Mike £980 Metal Detecting Day
- HCRLaw £1000
- Golfers at Phil Vickery 2015 Golf Day
- Barnwood Medical Practice Cake Sale
- Marilyn's Plant Sale
- Lee Davies & LEJOG team mates & all at SFC Catering
- Attendees, sponsors and volunteers of the Gloucestershire Motor Show
- All cyclists who pedalled in the Pied Piper Sportive
Our work as the county's leading children's charity is as vitally important today as when we started out in 1992.
Our biggest achievement to date is helping to fund a brand new children's hospital wing. Today... not a month goes by without us being asked to help fund life-changing medical and practical equipment that can transform the lives of sick and disabled children in Gloucestershire.
As a charity, we can only make a difference thanks to you - as the money you raise goes directly to support the sick and disabled children who need our help.
So as you read about some of our recent fundraising successes we hope you're inspired to continue to support our cause.
Why not make a donation today to help change a child's life?
Whatever you do to help, we would like to thank you on behalf of the children who benefit.
We are lucky to be well supported by individuals and businesses in the county. Whilst it is almost impossible to thank everyone personally who has contributed to our charitable projects; we are going to try! Visit our Thank you page to see more fundraising success stories.
In the early hours of Saturday 5th October I went into spontaneous labour at home - I was 25 weeks pregnant with my first child, I was admitted to Gloucestershire Royal Hospital and despite efforts to hold off the delivery of my baby, Henry was born 12 hours later. He weighed 2lbs 5oz (a bag of sugar!), quite a good size, and I was told that he would need to be transferred immediately into the Special Care Baby Unit because there was a high risk he would not survive.
The Pied Piper Appeal is grateful for everyone's fundraising efforts, whether you're holding a cake sale or running a sponsored marathon. If you're stuck for ideas and would like to raise some money for us, just give the office a call or visit our events page to see what's on.
Join the conversation! Don't forget to let us know what you're up to via our Twitter and Facebook page!
To take part, join in or to raise money view our calendar