The most recent record of donations can be found on the Avenues Open Gardens website
Over the past 11 years, the Open Gardens scheme has raised over £33,000 for local charities. You can see how the money has been distributed by clicking on a year below.
|Dove House Hospice||£2500||www.dovehouse.org.uk|
|St John Ambulance||£500||www.sja.org.uk/sja|
|Guideacres Building Fund||£750||For the rebuilding of East Yorkshire’s Girlguiding County Campsite at Raywell near Cottingham.|
|Carnegie Heritage Centre, Anlaby Road||£150||Registered charity providing a venue for local and family history research for the people of Hull www.carnegiehull.co.uk|
|Hull Ukulele Group||£100||Watch them at the Avenue Open Gardens this year http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5mg8hX9VY7I www.hullukulelegroup.co.uk|
|Neighbour Hood Watches in:
Victoria, Park, Westbourne
and Marlborough Avenue
|Hull Churches Home from Hospital||£200|
Mires Beck Nursery raised around £800 themselves, which apart from selling plants, are a registered charity whose “primary purpose is to provide a pleasant enjoyable environment where people who have a learning difficulty or disability can develop their skills, increase their self esteem and confidence.” http://www.miresbeck.co.uk/index.php/aboutus/
The total raised for charity was £5900.