Welcome to our Fundraising Page ...
Together We Can Make A Difference ...
Home Cook has a real passion for helping to make a difference both locally and nationally by providing free local events within local communities to help raise awareness and fundraising nationally for chosen charities. 100% of all donations made goes to DementiaUK which is a national charity offering specialist dementia nurses throughout England and Scotland for individuals and their families with experience of dementia.
Our free montlhy Cream Tea and Dance event located in Spofforth, North Yorkshire is just one example of how Home Cook likes to make a difference locally by offering free admission to help promote "Health For All" and reduce loneliness and social isolation within local communities. Our free event is also an opportunity for participants to stay active for health and wellbeing.
Donations are welcome at our free monthly event which will go towards helping to raise awareness of dementia and fundraising for DementiaUK. Jayne from Home Cook will be taking part in the Virgin London Marathon taking place on Sunday 22nd April 2018. Donations can be made locally at our free event or online on our justgiving page.
Virgin London Marathon - Fundraising For DementiaUK
London To Brighton Cycle - Fundraising For DementiaUK
Helping To Make Things Happen ...
London To Brighton Cycle Event 2017
Home Cook is fundraising for DementiaUK towards raising awareness and helping carers and those affected by dementia. Jayne will be cycling 54 miles from London to Brighton on 17th September 2017 and will be sharing training tips and a range of healthy recipes as part of the training.
Please visit our Just Giving Page at Jayne Millar - Home Cook and help Home Cook raise funds for DementiaUK. All donations are very much appreciated. Please like, share and follow. Together, we can make a difference!
Thank You ... Together We Helped To Make A Difference!
"What a fantastic day, with over 4000 cyclists taking part in this year's charitable event. "THANK YOU" to everyone for kind donations and Ruby and her team from DementiaUK"