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The SLC and Charitable Organisations

An issue of paramount importance to the SLC is Charity fundraising and in the clubs 45+ year existence it has raised literally thousands of pounds for various Charitable causes and organisations. As a club we would like to urge any prospective fundraisers browsing our site, who are able to supply land or know of any farmers or landowners who are willing to open up land to the club in order to raise funds for charity or whatever cause they feel would benefit, to get in touch with the SLC or better still maybe pop along to a club meeting and then we can discuss details on a more friendly social level.

Charities that the SLC has supported in the past include:-

The Roy Castle Appeal.

Royal Agricultural Benevolent INSTITUTION. (RABI) The farmers' own charity.

Tony Snell (Radio Merseyside) Charity.

Multiple Sclerosis Society.

The Spastics Association.

The Mayor of Sefton Charity.

P.D.S.A. (People’s Dispensary for Sick Animals)

St. Josephs Hospice.

The Woodland's Trust.

The Spastics Society, Daresbury Hall.

Alder Hey Children's Hospital.

This is just a small list of Organisations who have benefited from Club Rallys on Farmer's land. If you feel that you have a charity in mind, that could benefit from holding a rally on your land, please, feel free to contact us Now!. We are a reputable Club with loyal members who are only to willing to help you help others.

North Western MD Clubs...

...are ever mindful of their own good fortune in having both the health and the opportunity to take part in an interesting and energetic outdoor pursuit, metal detecting clubs invariably support national and local charities. Here in the Northwest the latest figure to hand totals, £ 31,320 made in donations by our clubs. Fifty three national and local charities have received support including:-The Spinal Unit Action Group, The Spastics Association, Multiple Sclerosis Society, Rett Syndrome Association, R.N.L.I. , Save the Children and RESCUE - for the Brain Damaged Infant as well as a large variety of local hospices and appeals.

Many charity organisations contribute to their own success by negotiating sites on which to hold fund-raising metal detecting rallies from amongst their land-owning supporters. Clubs in the Northwest have also contributed to the Royal Agricultural Benevolent Institution, known as "The Farmer's Own Charity", in recognition of the generosity shown in the provision of sites.