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Three of our research groups, and the Athena SWAN team, organised two delicious cake sales for Homeless Oxfordshire and Oxfordshire Mind respectively.

It's been a fantastic week for fundraising here at DPAG over the last week.

On Thursday 7 February, our Athena SWAN team organised a cake sale in aid of Oxfordshire Mind to mark Time to Talk Day 2019. Our generous bakers, cake donators, and of course, cake buyers, helped to raise £111.47.

On Thursday 14 February, the Riley Group, headed up by Katie McNeil, organised a Valentine's Day cake sale in the Sherrington reception foyer, in collaboration with the Mommersteeg and Smart groups. In a second great effort from DPAG bakers and buyers, we managed to raise £212.27 for Homeless Oxfordshire.

 

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