The Gaywood Community Centre, which is situated in King's Lynn played, has hosted an incredible charity bingo tournament for raising fund for the Huntington's disease Association. More then 100 players gave participated in this tournament and enjoyed an exciting bingo evening. At the end of this event, GBP300 was handed over to Sue Hill, a representative of Huntington's disease Association. John Gant, organiser of this event commented, "I am very delighted to see the turn over and kindness of participants."
The Huntingdon's Disease Association help people who are suffering from Huntington's disease. This charity has various healthcare professionals who are working day and night for improving the condition of these people. Fund raised form this charity is used to purchase new equipment for the organisation and to help people suffering with this disorder.
Other organizations are trying to raise fund for charity. Recently, the Arbroath Bowling Club has organized a bingo night for raising fund for the Balhousie Monkbarns Care Home. Fund raised from this event will be used for the day out and activities for residents of the Scottish care home.