Donning the denim to Raise it for Rathbone

Donning the denim to Raise it for Rathbone

Posted by Rob Tickle |  2nd June 2017

People up and down the country have dressed in double denim and donated to Raise it for Rathbone to support the work Rathbone Training is doing with young people across the UK.

The fun fancy dress marked the annual Raise it for Rathbone day on Friday, June 2nd, which aims to raise money to give the young people we work with the support they need to reach their goals and gain the skills needed for success in work and in life.

There were also cake sales, coffee morning Rathbone Training tutor Yvonne Warwick, from Bolton, even conquered her fear of heights to do a tree top challenge as part of the fundraising efforts.

There are also a number of other events planned in the coming weeks so if you’ve already got involved or you’re planning your own event we’d love to hear all about it – send all of the details and any photos taken to

Most important through don’t forget to donate. You can do this via text by sending RATH04 £1 to 70070 or by visiting our Just Giving page

More details on Raise it for Rathbone are also available HERE.

Here are a few of the first pics we’ve had in and we’ll be adding to this as we receive more of your snaps in the coming weeks…