Bluebird Care (Winchester and Eastleigh) helped to raise money for the Alzheimer's Society last weekend by running a competition for people to guess how many balloons were in the Bluebird Care car.
They were present at the Sparsholt Countryside Day & the Alresford Watercress Festival and the competition was run to raise much needed funds for The Alzheimer’s Society for National Dementia Awareness Week (20 - 26th May 2012) last weekend.
Their Bluebird Care car was filled with blue & white balloons and people were asked to donate money in exchange for a guess as to how many were in there. The competition received a great response from Hampshire’s generous residents and managed to raise over £430.00 for the charity.
You can find out more information about Claire and her team at the Bluebird Care Winchester and Eastleigh webpage.
From Left to Right - Bluebird Care Carer - Dina De Freitas, Care Manager - Emma Munn, Sara Bralee of the Alzheimer’s Society, Director - Claire Murphy and Bluebird Care Carer - Sue Smith.