Angelika’s German Tuition & Translation is doing some charity events

2015’s charity is Hop Skip and Jump, a local charity which provides immediate and flexible, day and evening respite care, 7 days a week, to children and adults with life limiting illness, disabilities and Special needs, no matter how complex.

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Planned events are:

  • A German Board Game evening 30 September 2015
  • Our annual German Carol evening 16 December 2015
  • The German Skittles evening raised £51
  • A spur of the moment decision to sell my Udemy courses for £1 on the 9th anniversary of Angelika’s German Tuition & Translation raised a further £5
  • One of my students has just completed a sponsored swim by swimming 34 km from Dover to Calais but in the safe environment of Trowbridge’s swimming pool ☺  He raised £73 for Hop Skip and Jump – thank you x

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2014’s charity was Let Them Help Themselves. Thank you to everybody who helped raise £365.83 this year. That money could pay school fees for 9 children for an entire year! DANKE!

  • The German Carol evening raised £131.10!
  • The German Film Night raised £38.00
  • The German skittles evening raised £73.73!
  • The German board game evening  raised £50.00
  • A German book sale raised £23.00
  • A signed T-Shirt raised £50.00 for Let them help themselves, and the T-shirt is now on its way to become part of  this T-shirt

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Our last event of 2013, the German Carol singing was a great success. All in all we raised £141.03 for the Wiltshire Air Ambulance.

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Despite the heat, on Wednesday 17th July 2013, 11 people braved the warm annexe of Southwick Village Hall for a fun evening of German board games and coffee and cake! Apart from having a lot of fun, we also raised £52.00 for the Wiltshire Air Ambulance Add the £15 we raised during our Advent singing in December gives a total of £67.00 – as the saying goes ‘every little helps’!

What was that German word again ?

Ah, that’s what it was!

“I must win this game!”

We even played Scrabble in German!

 

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The first charity event was on Wednesday 20 March 2013 – a German Board Game Evening in aid of Macmillan.

Ten people had great fun playing games, speaking German and raising £75 – DANKE!