Wallace and Gromit need your help!

Wallace & Gromit’s Children’s Charity is a national charity, which raises funds to improve the quality of life for children in hospitals and hospices throughout the UK.

This year Wrong Trousers Day celebrates the charity’s 11th year of bringing this national fundraising event to support sick children in hospitals and hospices! We have even added a Football World Cup theme so step out in your favourite team’s kit and reach your fundraising goal!

w&g fullAnyone can join in, just donate £1 for your chance to wear your weirdest and wackiest trousers for a day. We want to see everyone getting involved, who doesn’t want to wear the wrong trousers to work or school? It’s fun, simple and a great way to raise funds for those who are really in need.

For more information and to sign up for your FREE fundraising pack, visit www.wrongtrousersday.org and register today! Make sure you check out our competition page as well!

Wallace & Gromit’s Children’s charity works with an established network of children’s hospitals and hospices to provide the very best comforts and facilities available and to ensure children in hospital and hospices have a better, brighter future. By funding an innovative range of projects, the charity is able to enrich and enhance the lives of patients and their families in regional centers throughout the country.

Wallace & Gromit’s Wrong Trousers Day raises funds for 92 children’s hospitals and hospices throughout the UK. Funds raised support projects and causes in local communities such as: art, music, play and sensory therapy; family services; state of the art equipment and child friendly environments.

Wallace & Gromit’s Children’s Charity has raised over £1.9 million, to fund 284 projects in 92 children’s hospitals and hospices from across the UK.

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