Nottingham events in aid of local charities
Nottingham is home to a vast array of wonderful charities, all working hard to provide support their many users. We have a list of these amazing charities on our Twitter page:
https://twitter.com/TrentEvents/ and also highlight some Nottingham events held in aid of charity below.
Nottingham charities and events
Beaumond House, Newark
Beaumond House Community Hospice is a registered charity that is committed to providing supportive palliative care to patients with life limiting or terminal illnesses and their families. We provide this service to people living in Newark & district. Each year we provide care for over 500 patients and support to their families, caring for around 150 patients at any one time.
Equation is a charity that promotes equal, healthy relationships free from domestic abuse. Equation exists to prevent and reduce the harm caused by domestic abuse and sexual violence to both women and men in Nottingham City and Nottinghamshire. Working in partnership, Equation empowers our whole community to challenge this abuse through healthy relationships education, awareness campaigns, professional training and promoting safety.
Volunteer with Equation and you’ll join a passionate team of people united against domestic abuse. There are lots of ways you can get involved: http://www.equation.org.uk/volunteer/
Cafe Sobar, Nottingham
Cafe Sobar is the first alcohol-free bar, restaurant and venue in the East Midlands. The concept for Sobar came from the users of ‘Double Impact’ services who found that one of the main barriers recovering from drug and alcohol use was social isolation, and the lack of alcohol-free places to go to. Sobar’s vision is to provide Nottingham with an alternative to the mainstream restaurants and bars, and create a convivial and creative space open to everyone who wants the choice to socialise without a focus on alcohol.
Sobar is running mindfulness courses: http://www.sobar-nottingham.co.uk/our-events/
Maggie’s Nottingham provides free practical, emotional and social support to people with cancer and their family and friends the East Midlands. Built in the grounds of City Hospital, in a distinctive green building, Maggie’s gives practical advice about benefits and eating well; qualified experts provide emotional support; places to meet other people; places where you can simply sit quietly with a cup of tea. Find out more about Maggie’s Nottingham.
Maggie’s provide numerous courses and drop-in events throughout the week: https://www.maggiescentres.org/
Nottingham County Football in the Community
Notts County FC Football in the Community is a multi award-winning, independent, community sports charity. We are proud to deliver a range of innovative programmes that make a positive difference to people in Nottingham, raising aspirations and supporting some of the most disadvantaged, marginalised and talented people across the city. We use the power of football and the profile of the world’s oldest football league club, Notts County FC, to provide direction and support.
Our business has been developed into four key areas: Health; Education; Social inclusion; and
Please contact us to find out more about our many projects and how you can help.
Nottingham Hospitals Charity
We’re here to help you to help your local hospitals. We’re the charity at the heart of Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust, supporting the best care for patients.
All of the money we invest goes to help save lives, build a better NHS or support research at Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust. You can support whichever cause is closest to your heart at Nottingham’s hospitals – from childhood illness to stroke treatment, neonatal equipment to dementia research, you can be sure your donation will be used to help patients in your chosen area.
There are a wide range of fun ways in which you can help us: http://nottinghamhospitalscharity.org.uk
More Nottingham charities and events coming soon. Please email email@example.com if you would like your charity listed here. For events in Nottingham and the East Midlands in June 2016, click here.