Jay McGuiness teams up with fans to raise money for Bereavement charity

Former The Wanted singer and Strictly Come Dancing champion, Jay McGuiness has recently paired with some fans to raise £1000 for the Nottingham based Children’s Bereavement Centre, a charity which he has been a patron since 2014.

The two fans, Amelia and Rachel took to Twitter on Sunday to announce that they are working with McGuiness for the 2017 fundraising event which includes the chance to win a pair of custom hand painted shoes by the university student, Amelia. The pair has set up a JustGiving™ page in order to raise their target sum of money, which they have set at £1000. Their full story is shared on this page along with the full terms and conditions of the competition.


The charity involved is The Children’s Bereavement Centre, this centre based Jay McGuiness’ hometown of Newark, Nottingham, is open to children aged 3 to 18 and offers a welcoming and safe environment for them and their families to receive help and guidance they need. This fundraiser is open to anyone worldwide and all donations are welcome. You can enter as many times as you want in order to win a pair of the incredible hand-painted converse shoes and also in order to donate to a great charity that will benefit fully from this amazing fundraiser.

The deadline to enter this “Shoe Raffle” is the 15th of February and with a minimum donation of £5 to help a great cause and win a fantastic prize, what is there to lose?

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Written by Zara Gibson