Dolcorsllwyn Hall Association

Registered Charity No. 1125847

"Dolly Hall is a special place. The work the charity does is special, because they enable Inner City kids to enjoy a holiday in the countryside which in all probability they would not otherwise enjoy. Youngsters from all over Merseyside, kids from Kirkby, where I grew up, have and still benefit hugely from a visit to Dolly Hall. The Dolly Hall charity has helped thousands of children and young people over the years and we need to make sure they can continue to do so for years to come. Support the April Fools' Day event and the charity and do your bit to help - if you won't wear the shirt then sponsor Bob Downing (Head of Charity). If we all help a bit then the task becomes easier" - Stephen Graham

DONATE OR FUNDRAISE FOR DOLLY HALL

Please donate to Dolly Hall by using BT's mydonate button below:-

SHOW YOUR LOYALTY TO THE CAUSE AND JOIN THE
"DOLLY HALL 500 CLUB"

The Dolly Hall Association is looking for 500 past visitors who have enjoyed Dolly Hall to give a little back by agreeing to donate £2 a month towards essential, on-going repairs and maintenance.

Thousands of children have visited Dolly Hall during the past 50 years and if you are included within that number then please do show your support by setting up a direct debit to donate as little as £2 a month to the Hall. This generous but affordable contribution can make a huge difference towards the continued repairs and maintenance required to keep the Hall going for future generations to enjoy.

Please e-mail info@dollyhall.co.uk for details of how you can join the "Dolly Hall 500 Club".

CALLING ALL TRADE PEOPLE

Making a donation or a contribution does not have to be monetary. The Dolly Hall Association is looking for skilled trade people who will donate their time free for just one weekend a year.

Lots can be achieved with a large number of people in a very short time.

That could relate to any aspect of the property itself from builders, plasterers, roofers, electricians, joiners, plumbers, heating engineers, loft insulators, decorators, landscapers etc to name but a few. The Dolly Hall Association undertakes 4 full weekends of planned repairs and maintenance works at the Hall during the course of each calendar year.
We are asking for trade people to get in touch at info@dollyhall.co.uk to volunteer their skills for free for just one weekend a year.
With your help we can make a huge difference together.

Or, if you would prefer a traditional sponsor form, please download one by clicking on the pdf icon below.

dolly hall sponsorship form Dolly Hall Sponsor Form

Everton FC legend Graeme Sharp is sponsored to wear a Liverpool FC shirt to raise funds and awareness for Dolly Hall.

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"Dolly Hall exists to help underprivileged children in the Merseyside area. I would urge everybody to get behind and help make a difference for this local charity and local kids"

- Graeme Sharp (Everton FC Legend).

Atomic Kitten, Liz McClarnon sporting a Dolly Hall T-Shirt

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"The Dolly Hall charity has helped tens of thousands of Merseyside kids during the last 50 years. It is vital they raise the funds they need to continue this excellent work"
- Liz McClarnon (Atomic Kitten)

FUNDRAISING

If you would like to organise your own funding raising event for Dolly Hall then you can click on the button below and attach your event page to the Dolly Hall Mydonate page and all funds raised will go direct to the Dolly Hall bank account.

There are lots of ways you can assist the charity, so please do come forward - all contributions are hugely welcome and gratefully received.