Weʼve raised £152 to To buy a minibus for Hammerton Court a Dementia Hospital in Norwich, to help get the residents out for a day trip.
- Norwich, United Kingdom
- Funded on Wednesday, 6th September 2017
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'Stanley's Story '
Family of Stanley Matthews are wanting to give something back to Hammerton Court a Dementia Hospital in Norwich, who cared for Stanley until he passed away recently 31st March 2017.
Please help us to give ALL the residents in Hammerton Court a minibus for them to have a day trip out every so often. Let's help these people get out of the 4 walls they live in day in day out. Help us reach our final target of £15,000 for a brand new minibus. You will see the target has been set less than £15,000 as we have raised £3500 already on our 1st just giving page unfortunately the pages expires after 120 days so this is our new page. All monies raised so far are all kept safe and for everyone who's donated the money is all traceable . Anything you can give is one step closer or if you can help us with fundraising for our charity we would be extremely grateful.
Thank you to everyone who's helped our get our target underway.
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Aug 26, 2017
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Contribution from Georgina who's husband is in Hammerton Court
May 20, 2017
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Norwich, United Kingdom
Nothing is worse than seeing your loved ones change overnight from this horrible disease, why do we keep dementia/Alzheimer's patients in a locked environment 24/7 would you like it??? let's get them the help the need and deserve, let them have a day of normality again.