2014 - £9,000.56
2013 - £5,321.27
East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices (EACH) supports families and cares for children and young people with life-threatening conditions across Cambridgeshire, Essex, Norfolk and Suffolk.
They provide care and support wherever the family wishes – in families’ own homes, in the community or at one of their hospices in Ipswich, Milton and Quidenham.
There care teams help children and their families with the emotional and physical challenges they face, helping them to make the most of life.
Families can choose which parts of the service they use.
They are a registered charity and need to raise around £6 million from public donations to deliver theirr services each year. This amounts to more than £16,000 a day, every day of the year.
Charity No: 1069284
Website - http://www.each.org.uk
Facebook - http://www.facebook.com/EACHhospices
Twitter - http://twitter.com/each_hospices
This is our 4th year of supporting EACH and we have now raised enough through these events to support all three hospices for one whole day, over £16,000 in memory of a special little girl.
St Nicholas Hospice Care works compassionately in the fields of life-threatening illness, death and bereavement.
They provide practical, medical and spiritual support to local people and their families living with an illness that is life threatening; such as cancer, multiple sclerosis, motor neurone disease, heart or lung disease.
They can offer everything from a soothing head massage, to advice on benefits to specialist clinical care.
All their care is given by a multi-disciplinary team, which may include:
People receive their support either in the Hospice or in their place of residence - or both - and in a variety of ways.
Charity No: 287773
Website - http://www.stnicholashospice.org.uk/
Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/stnicholashospicecare
Twitter - https://twitter.com/stnichhospice
St Nicholas Hospice Care was chosen by Kaye Bloomfield before she passed in September 2015. Kaye managed to make our event in August and some of you may remember her making the first cut on Tina's headshave for Cancer Research Uk and the Little Princess trust. Kaye started using St Nicholas Hospice services in May 2015 to help with pain management this quickly led to other services. Reflexology and family support being very helpful. At the end of August Kaye went into the hospice for respite care and felt instantly at ease. The staff were so lovely not just to Kaye but to her family and friends also. Nothing was too much trouble.
We are proud to be supporting St Nicholas Hospice care in Kaye's memory.
TimeNorfolk provides free face to face support through talking therapies to anyone affected by a pregnancy related issue in Norfolk.
They offer support to women and men who have suffered a pregnancy loss due to miscarriage, still birth, termination or forced adoption. They help people to express their emotions concerning their loss, e.g. grief, anger, shame and that leads to sessions on acceptance, forgiveness and letting go. Offering a safe place where clients who find themselves with an unplanned pregnancy can talk through their situation and the different options, so that they can make an informed choice. They also offer befriending and support through pregnancy, and can source free good quality second-hand baby clothes, if required as well as this they can also provide a birth partner if needed and support with other pregnancy related issues eg Pre & Post Natal Depression and infertility.
Charity No: 1157905
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Website - http://www.timenorfolk.org.uk/
Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/TimeNorfolk
Twitter - https://twitter.com/TimeNorfolk
This is our second year of supporting TimeNorfolk, in memory of Harry Wing, so far we have raised over £2000 for them which is being used to build a virtual memory garden for greiveing parents and their families,
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