Grow your Tenner for Parkinson’s Park – 18th October to 17th November 2016


If you give £10, Parkinson’s Park may get £20

Localgiving Matchfunding  from 18th October to 17th November 2016

Parkinson’s Park is a Community Interest Company who raises money to enhance Parkinson’s Park in Guiseley  and run annual community events such as the Children’s Gala and the Lantern Parade. 


Bug hotel is no more !!

Like other organizations, we have had been hit by a spate of vandalism over the Summer months, which has destroyed facilities such as our ‘bug hotels’ and some of the gates.  Not only do we have to replace these items, but we also need to try to increase actions to curb this wanton destruction – all of this takes funding.

We are therefore taking part in this year’s Grow Your Tenner Campaign run by Localgiving.

During this campaign Localgiving will match all online donations of up to £10, and monthly direct debit donations up to £10 per month for 3 months.

Grow Your Tenner 2016 will run from 10am on Tuesday 18th October until 5pm on Thursday 17th November, or until the money runs out. Remember, ONLY donations made in this time will be eligible for match funding!

To donate to Parkinson’s Park go to our Localgiving page here and click on the Donate or Give Monthly button, enter you details and you’re all done!


So, Tuesday 18th October, help us grow your tenners

About Jennifer Inskip Kirkby

Director and Vice Chair of Friends of Parkinson's Park CIC, Chair of Aireborough Neighbourhood Forum and Facilitator of Inskip One-Name Study. Has a degree in Local History (University of Cambridge), and Economics (University of Leeds). Now retired after a career as a Business Analyst and Advisor.
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1 Response to Grow your Tenner for Parkinson’s Park – 18th October to 17th November 2016

  1. chrisparapia says:

    Hi Jenny

    Thats brilliant, can you just add in about ticking the Gift Aid box if you are a UK taxpayer as that increases the donation even more




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