Helping Others

Over the last 40 years WAGS have helped many local and national charities by raising money and awareness of the work that they do. The money has been raised in many different ways. The Cast raise it during the rehearsals and back stage at the theatre by things as diverse as:

Baking cakes and selling them
Shaving hair off
Guess the gang member from photos of their legs
Dressing the producer up in silly costumes
Slave auctions

And then of course there have been collections at the end of the performances.

This year we are supporting “The Mat Davis Foundation for Terminal Cancer”; The Mat Davis Foundation is a small Foundation, based in Warwick and inspired by a truly remarkable young man – Mat Davis. Their vision is to be recognised within the local area as a support foundation that makes a difference to local people’s lives and that continues year after year.

We’ve never really told you how much money has been raised ….. well here is a list of people that we’ve supported and money that has been raised:

2014 (June) WAGS perform at Royal Shakespeare Theatre in aid of Myton Hospice – £7369
2014 Myton Hospice – £3,513
2013 Myton Hospice – £3,057
2012 Over the Wall – £2,093
2011 Over the Wall – £3,252
2010 Sands (Stillbirth and Neonatal Death Society) – £3,070
2009 Sands (Stillbirth and Neonatal Death Society) – £2,484
2008 Action for Children, John Waterhouse Centre – £2,250
2007 NCH – £1,800
2006 NCH – £1,958
2005 Premature baby Unit at Warwick Hospital – £2,302
2004 Joseph Foote, Rainbow of Hope (Birmingham Children’s Hospital) – £1,959
2003 Joseph Foote, Rainbow of Hope (Birmingham Children’s Hospital) – £1,900
2002 Acorns Children’s Hospice – £1,600
2001 NCH Action for Children – £445
2000 NCH Action for Children – £1,500.
1999 NCH Action for Children – £640
And in previous years
HEHOC – £730
Birmingham Children’s Hospital – £1,562
Graeae – £635
Warnac – £100
Save the Children Fund – £4,304
Ralph Reader Memorial Fund – £609

As well as many Scouting events around Warwickshire.

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