Charitable partnerships

  • Tesco Bags of Help: £500 towards Outreach resources.
  • The National Lottery Community Fund: £9,965 towards IT kit for remote working.
  • WDHCS: £10,879 towards wellbeing service development.
  • Masonic Charitable Foundation £1,215 towards core running costs.
  • MAXIMUS Foundation UK £2,500 towards core running costs.
  • The D'Oyly Carte Charitable Trust £2,500 restricted towards wellbeing service development.
  • Sovereign Health Care Community Programme £5,000 towards wellbeing service development.
  • The Hospital Saturday Fund £2,000 towards wellbeing service development.
  • Barbara Taylor Trust £43,000 towards Outreach salaries and wellbeing service development.
  • Rank Foundation Covid-19 Recovery Fund £18,602 towards online marketing and legacy pages.
  • Albert Hunt Trust £10,000 towards core running costs.
  • The Paget Trust £4,000.00 towards core running costs.
  • The Prince of Wales's Charitable Fund: grant towards wellbeing service.
  • Charles Brotherton Trust: £200 towards core running costs.
  • WMDC Mayor's Office £500 towards core running costs.
  •  The Sir Jules Thorn Charitable Trust: £5,000  towards core running costs.
  • Wakefield Council: £2,000  towards PPE.
  • Morrisons Foundation: £25,000  towards a Garden Project.
  • Yorkshire Building Society Charitable Foundation: £1185 towards a syringe driver. 
  • Arnold Clark: £1000 towards a syringe driver.
  • Kirkby Foundation: £14,000 towards a cuddlebed. 
  • Sir George Martin Trust: £5,000 towards core running costs.
  • Wakefield Council: £500 towards Festival of the Earth.
  • WMDC Mayor's Office: £500 towards core running costs.
  • The Mark Benevolent Fund and The Cleeves and Whitehead Trust - Provincial Grand Lodge of Mark Master Masons West Yorkshire: £3,000 towards core running costs.

 

 

 
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