Charity

The Penny Parks Charitable Trust

The Penny Parks Charitable Trust supports disadvantaged children and their families both here and overseas and particularly offers support in times of trauma and crisis. The Charity was formally started 13 years ago and has been providing support for children in the Purley area and  also in India, Sri Lanka and South Africa.

Income to the Charity

Income to the Charity comes from the Workshops held two or three times a year, individual donations and special fundraising events such as the Charity Ball.

  • All income from ticket sales, raffles, barbecue, drink and sweet sales, DVDs at Summer Theatre Workshop
  • Raffles held at Christmas, Easter and Summer School
  • Charity Golf Day
  • Individual donations
  • Special fundraising events

Money raised recentley:

  • Summer Workshop 2017 raised £7,600
  • The Ball at the Hilton 2017 raised £3,000

The Penny Parks Charitable Trust is a Registered Charity

  • Charity No. 1090779

Trustees:

  • Penny Parks
  • Paul Charlton
  • David Collingridge
  • Kate Haden-Scott
  • Debbie Goldsmith
 

Donation History

Donations in 

2017

  • Individual donations and family support
  • Holiday for Family coping with Illness.
  • The Sri Lanka Project - New Instruments for  whole Orchestra

2016

  • Individual donations and family support

2015

  • Individual donations and family support
  • The Sri Lanka Project - Building Toilets for School

2014

  • Individual donations and family support
  • The Sri Lanka Project

2013

  • Individual donations and family support
  • The Sri Lanka Project - House Build for Tsunami Victim

2012

  • Individual donations and family support
  • Croydon College Drama Students
  • The Sri Lanka Project

2011

  • Individual donations and family support
  • Royal Academy of Dance

2010

  • The Kusasa Project, South Africa
  • Croydon SNAP
  • Individual donations and family support

2009

  • The Kusasa Project, South Africa
  • Individual donations and family support

2008

  • Individual donations and family support

2007

2006

2005

2004

The Charity's main fund raising in this year was to support the Royal Marsden Hospital in providing equipment to give chemotherapy to children - we did this in memory of Nicole Favre who attended the Ballet School and who died of leukaemia.

We also made donations in 2004 to

2003 include -

2002 include -