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£441raised of £1,400 target by 11 supporters

    Weʼve raised £441 to to donate specially adapted Alzheimer's Table Tennis tables to go into care facililities across Greater London.

    Funded on Saturday, 14th October 2017

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    Introducing the World's First Table Tennis Therapy Table!

    The BAT Foundation is a health & well being charity who have created the world’s first table tennis table specifically designed to enhance the lives for those living with dementia and Alzheimer’s.

    Halifax Greater London are running a campaign to raise enough funds to donate a BAT Therapy Table to a local care setting or community centre, that will be chosen by the Halifax staff in that area.

    Halifax will match fund the monies raised helping to create a dementia friendly community and make an even greater positive impact to the lives of local people. Every donation, whatever the size, makes a huge difference.

    How the BAT Therpay Table helps...

    It's white playing surface creates contrast that enhances focus, attention, and perception, whist the extended borders help the table stand out from the background. The attached side panels increase spatial awareness and create a secure, non-distracting, and comforting play zone, whilst also boosting peripheral vision by keeping the ball in play for longer.

    Table tennis trumps most other exercise intervention by being a social activity that promotes joy and laughter between individuals and just one BAT Therapy Table can provide a truly positive therapeutic impact; not just short term, to an individual - but long term, to an entire care community.

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    If you fancy doing something more to help, you don't have to just donate here, you could organise a fundraising event amongst your friends, family, or colleagues to make an even bigger contribution to help reach the target.
    Get in touch with your (Community Ambassadors) if you have an idea for a larger event that you want colleagues to get involved with.

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    • Halifax Bank - Greater London Region1 year ago
      Halifax Bank - Greater London Region

      Halifax Bank - Greater London Region

      1 year ago

      A great first day of fundraising at the BM Greater London Conference. Thank you to everyone who donated.

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    1 year ago

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    Page last updated on: 10/9/2017 2:55 PM

    Supporters

    11

    • Steven Robotham

      Steven Robotham

      Oct 9, 2017

      Thank you for everybody who got involved and the donations from old broad street on 12th of September!

      £41.00

    • thomas martin

      thomas martin

      Sep 21, 2017

      Sorry I forgot to donate on the day!

      £20.00

    • Ben  Rood

      Ben Rood

      Sep 20, 2017

      Good Luck!

      £10.00

    • Kirsty Dignan

      Kirsty Dignan

      Sep 16, 2017

      £10.00

    • Mike Hart

      Mike Hart

      Sep 15, 2017

      Great Idea, good luck 🏓

      £10.00

    • Elevate Team

      Elevate Team

      Sep 15, 2017

      Great charity, great cause! Well done Greater London!

      £200.00

    • Dan Belton

      Dan Belton

      Sep 15, 2017

      Hope that at least buys a pong. X

      £10.00

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