Donations to the EVRA Eaton Village Sign Refurbishment Project

Today EVRA received a donation of £500 from Waitrose, Eaton which we will put towards our Eaton Village Sign refurbishment project. The donation from Waitrose is from their Community Matters scheme which replaces the green token scheme and the Partners at Eaton nominated EVRA as one of their October recipients.

Our fundraising target is £3000 and the donation from Waitrose means that we have just over £2000 now towards the project.

Other generous donations received this year include £250 from Smith & Pinching and £175 from an Eaton resident.

You can read more about our project and how to donate at: Eaton Village Sign – Eaton Village Residents’ Association

Here is a photo of EVRA Chair, Chris Stebbing, receiving the cheque from Mel Spillman the Community Liaison Coordinator at Waitrose, Eaton. We were, of course, socially distanced – standing £500 apart!