We have distributed over £30,000 across 55 local groups in the West Midlands in 2016.
We have distributed over £30,000 across 55 local groups in the West Midlands in 2016, including supporting St Mary’s Friendship Club in Cannock.
Colleagues contributed over 400 volunteering hours in Cannock Chase.
Working with Cannock Chase High School and Pye Green Primary School to help develop young over 370 young people.
Raised £3,000 for Katharine House Hospice in 2016, providing high-quality medical and nursing care for local people living with cancer and other life-limiting illnesses.
Chadmoor Community Trust Visit Website St Mary's Friendship Club Visit Website Moorhill Pre School and Fun Club Visit Website The Friends of Hednesford Park Visit Website Huntington Harriers F.C Visit Website Hednesford Town Girls Under 12's FC Visit Website 2nd Great Wyrley ( St Thomas More) Scout Group Visit Website 1st Heath Hayes Scout Group Visit Website Girls Venture Corps Air Cadets Visit Website
Our local 2017 charity partner is M.A.S.E (Monthly Alzheimer's Support Evenings)
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MASE aims to provide social support and information for people with dementia, their carers, family and friends. Each MASE group begins with a carefully considered presentation on various topics. An assortment of leaflets are also on-hand outlining services, benefits and resources available for people with dementia and their carers from Health, Social Services, voluntary organisations and the private sector. There is also the opportunity to ask questions of professionals in a protected and confidential environment. The 3 MASE Groups are held in - Haughton, Rugeley and Great Wyrley and Cannock. Each has an average of 170 people attending month and as reasonable access by public transport and in a safe location.
Our local 2016 charity partner in this area is Katharine House Hospice.
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Katherine House Hospice provides specialist palliative care for adults with life limiting conditions across North Oxfordshire, South Northamptonshire & South Warwickshire. They also offer respite care and support for symptom management and pain relief and through their professionals emotional and spiritual support. Care is offered throughout the local community and whilst many of their patients come in to the hospice, they care for many more in their own homes, care homes or in the hospital.
Download the year-end impact report.