St George’s Library is supporting RAG week – Mon 13 & Fri 17 Feb fines will be donated to charity.

library supporting RAG week Mon 13 Feb and Friday 17 Feb fines will be donated to charity

On Monday 13 February and Friday 17 February 2017, all overdue fines* paid at the Library Helpdesk (8am – 6pm) will be donated to SGSU’s RAG week.

So come along to the Library, pay your fines and do your bit for charity!

More information about RAG week events available at https://www.facebook.com/SGSURAG/

*Excludes invoice payments for lost or damaged library stock.

St George’s Library is supporting RAG week – Mon 22 Feb, pay your fines to donate to charity

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On Monday 22 February, all overdue fines* paid at the Library Helpdesk (8am – 6pm) will be donated to SGSU’s RAG week.

So come along and pay your fines and do your bit for charity!

More information about RAG week events available at: https://www.sgsu.org.uk/

This year’s supported charities:

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*Excludes invoice payments for lost or damaged library stock.

Red Nose Day: Library fines paid on Fri 13 March & Mon 16 March will be donated

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Now you can do your bit to help out Comic Relief by paying your fines!

All overdue fines paid at the Library Helpdesk on Friday 13 March and  Monday 16 March will be donated to Comic Relief*.

Please ask at the Library Helpdesk if you have any questions.

*excludes invoice payments for lost or damaged books.

Fri 14 Nov: pay your library fines and the money will be donated to Children in Need

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If you  have any overdue fines*,  Friday 14th November will be a great day to pay them as all the money will be donated to BBC Children in Need.

 

To find out more about Children in Need, visit the  Children in Need webpage

 

*Excludes invoice payments for lost or damaged library stock.

St George’s Staff raising money for FamilyLine, please donate if you can

Ian Spires, the Deputy Director of Estates and Facilities, has put together a St George’s, University of London staff team to take part in the Dragon Boat Challenge that is happening in Kingston upon Thames on Sunday 20 July 2014.

The team, called Part-Time Paddlers, includes two members of the Library staff,  Mairéad and Ka-Ming.

The Part-Time Paddlers will be raising funds for FamilyLine, a freephone confidential listening service that anyone can call if they need help and support, whether it’s worries about children, adult relationships or personal matters such as depression and stress.

Any amount that can donate will be welcome. To donate or to find out more please visit:

Part-Time Paddlers donation page

 

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Image of St George’s 2013 Team