Our logo represents helping each other over obstacles. You can help us through donations of time, money or equipment.
Agoonoree only exists through the generosity of our volunteers and supporters. It costs us £28 000 to run each camp with fees from the Scouts and volunteers only bringing in £18 000. The rest is funded through donations, grants and fundraising.
During camp 2019 we completed a Land’s End to John O’Groats sponsored static bike ride to raise money for our 2019 and 2020 camps. Everyone on site was encouraged to help cycle 874 miles as the bike moved to different locations around our site. You can support us by donating at https://www.gofundme.com/agoonoree
Our 200 club supports many of the activities we have during camp. It costs only £10 to join and runs October to July with 10 lucky draws. The first prize every month is £50.00; second prize is £30.00 and third and fourth prizes are £10.00. Click here for more information.
Look out for our Agoonoree Christmas cards, designed by our Scouts. Further details will follow in late September.
We also welcome donations to the Agoonoree (Greater London) Trust Fund (registered charity No 303314) who regularly supports us.
If you would like to help us in any way, would like more information, would like to volunteer with us, or know a young person aged 14-24 who would like to camp with us, contact our Camp Leaders Paul Mari or Matt Gamm.
Our thanks go to our regular supporters: Agoonoree Trust Fund, Agoonoree 200 Club, Container Lift, Port of Felixstowe, Stamford Contractors, Robert at Printformation, Chris Maloney at Covered Roofing, Trevor Edwards, John Butt, Clive Ralph at Engraving Village and Martin Linsey at Scout Park.
For 2019 we would like to thank NS Shipping Ltd, Rutlish Lodge No. 4416, R S Brownless Charitable Trust, the Alpkit Foundation and the Heathrow Community Fund for their generous donations and Helena Wickenden for raising money in our name.
We also thank the staff at Grace Dieu, the Dickens family, David Price and Steadfast, The Kirshel family & ADOT Foundation, HSBC, Julie Hill and Eastway Care, Felicity Carter at Positive Ambitious Autism, Heathrow Community Fund and Judy Freeman from GLSE for supporting us in 2018.