Calling All Gardening Charities

Pumpkin Day Charity Event

Manchester-based fence supplying company Wire Fence is planning give away 100% of their profits made on Tuesday 26th October for National Pumpkin Day to a gardening charity.

If you are a gardening charity and you are in need of extra funds, now is your time -Wire Fence are inviting gardening charities to enter their competition. Any UK charity is welcome to apply.

Those wishing to apply for the funds should follow a couple of easy steps to do so:

  • Go to Wire Fence’s Facebook page
  • Find their post about this event
  • Share the post publicly
  • Collect as many likes as they can on their shared post until the 26th of October. 

National Pumpkin Day is an event dedicated to the world-favourite autumn crop. It bring the numerous health and nutritional benefits of pumpkin into our attention. Their popularity is undeniable, being one of the most iconic symbols of the harvest season and Halloween.

Other than their aesthetic looks, pumpkins are also packed with minerals and vitamins, making them a great ingredient for cooking. They have a high content of vitamin A, potassium and and fiber, as well as antioxidants. And they are not only beneficial for humans, but pets as well – they act as natural supplements for dogs and cats alike.

Those wishing to celebrate Pumpkin Day have a wild range of activities to choose from: visiting a pumpkin patch, craving a Jack-o’-lantern or baking a pumpkin pie, just to list a few. However, we shouldn’t forget the people who bring this delicious crop to our tables – the hard-working community of gardeners.

Gardeners make up a large community in the UK, as it is estimated that there are about 30 million gardeners in the country. Gardening is beneficial for the body and mind, therapeutic gardening often being used to treat various mental or physical conditions. Many charities are focused on providing such opportunities, and Wire Fence aims to support their efforts through this fundraising event.

Wire Fence is dedicated to helping those in need. They decided to support a different organisation each month by organising a fundraising event. You can read more about this charitable initiative here: .

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