Help StokeyParents raise vital funds for children in crisis
We have been blown away by the generosity of local businesses who have donated fantastic prizes for our charity campaign in aid of the Save the Children Child Refugee Crisis Appeal, which culminates in a sold-out quiz night on May 12th.
Now we need your help. Do you shop in Stoke Newington regularly? Numerous shops and restaurants have donated to the appeal. Some prizes are available to buy now at the listed price, all are available to bid and the highest bid, either online or on the night will win.
"Buy it now” items will be sold on a first come first served basis.
All proceeds will go directly to the charity. Its a simple as that ! Thank you for your support.
To bid click on the links or email detailing the prize you’d like to bid for or buy and the amount you’d like to offer.
Buy these prizes now or place a bid.
£35 voucher to spend online at the gorgeous website Panda and The Sparrow. They sell super soft, super stylish clothes and blankets etc made from bamboo! It's also very sustainable!
Weekend break for two at The Wiremill in Lingfield, Surrey (a 15th century converted mill set on its own idyllic lake). This one-night stay is courtesy of Stoke Newington Tea House and includes a bottle of bubbly and dinner in the evening, set up in the lakeside gazebo (there have been plenty of proposals here!) and a yummy breakfast. Date subject to availability. .
'Have a break from cooking, with a free homecooked meal every night for a week courtesy of DishNextDoor.
This locally-run website offers home-cooked, feel-good food.
They're aiming to become the Airbnb of food by giving busy Londoners a new alternative to takeaways and ready meals. So you can take the night off from cooking and try something new, by buying a freshly cooked meal, direct from you neighbour.
They have over 70 cooks from diverse backgrounds, all cooking from their home kitchens (which have been inspected for hygiene standards).
A family ticket (2 adults, 2 children) to watch the Sleeping Beauty pantomime at the Hackney Empire. Applies to performances between 26 Nov and 8 Dec and miust be booked by November 16th 2016.
Sold Buy-it-Now items
A £100 voucher to spend on dinner for two at Foxlow N16. This neighbourhood restaurant serves the best steak in town, a wonderful selection of wines and have the loveliest staff too!
A £30 voucher to spend at Hub, the gorgeous shop on Church Street (valid in men's and women's stores)
Dinner for two at Franco Manca in Stoke Newington (value £20).
A £20 voucher to spend on hair or beauty at Shine, Stoke Newington Church Street
A £20 voucher to spend at Earlybird Cards on Stoke Newington Church Street
A £25 voucher to spend at Two Wheels Good on Church Street
A £20 voucher to spend at Meat N16
A £10 voucher for Stoke Newington Fruit and Veg shop:
Raffle/Quiz Prizes will include:
A scented candle and reed diffuser from Search and Rescue
2 bottles of prosecco from Clissold Wine:
Cream tea for two at the Tea Rooms (scones, clotted cream and jam and tea/coffee)
Cake and coffee for two At the Kauri Tree Café
3 x refill bottles of wine (1 rose, 1 white and 1 red) from Borough Wines and a tote bag.
Paws and Purrs box of luxury dog treats
A bottle of wine and a cheeseboard for two to share at Stoke Newington Tea House (set up in the secret wine & cheese cellar bar - known as Bouverie Road Bar - in the basement!).
Jewellery from Metal Crumble
1,000+ Earth Facts book from Stoke Newington Book Shop
Beauty Editor’s pamper pack
Coffee and Cake with a Friend at The Full of Beans Café (and the Kids Play too)!
One month’s membership at Gymboree Islington plus a Gymbo toy
Vaccinations at The Hackney Vet
For every £1 Save the Children receives, they spend 88p on their activities to benefit children, 11p to raise the next £1 and 1p on governance and other costs.
Why we're supporting Save the Children's Child Refugee Crisis Appeal:
Europe is facing its worst refugee crisis in decades.
More than 1.1 million people have now made the perilous trip across the Mediterranean to Europe in search of safety. For those who survive the journey, their terrifying ordeal is not over. Bundled into trucks or walking many miles, children are afraid and exhausted, and the physical impact of travelling is clear. Waits for registration can take days. Toilets are scarce, and food and water are often in shortly supply. Many children are sleeping in damp tents or out in the open.
Save the Children work along the whole route that refugees take into Europe, as well as in the countries they are fleeing.
In Turkey, Greece, Italy, Croatia, Serbia and along the route refugees take, they’re making sure children and their families have food, water and shelter, warm, waterproof clothing and hot drinks to protect them from the cold.
Their centres offer children medical help and washing facilities, and contact friends and family. They offer legal advice and guidance on seeking asylum, and we look out for vulnerable children.
Save the Children’s teams work in Syria and other countries, where war has forced millions to flee their homes. They’re also working with refugee communities in Lebanon, Jordan, Egypt and Iraq.
They provide children and families with food and clean water, as well as medicine, shelter and winter clothes. They support healthcare facilities and schools, and give children safe spaces to play and learn.