Charity of the Year 2020: Chelsea’s Angels.
Charity of the Year 2019: Kettering General Hospital – Intensive Care Unit
Charity of the Year 2018: Alzheimer’s Society
Alzheimer’s Society is the only UK charity that campaigns for change, funds research to find a cure and supports people living with dementia today.
Charity of the Year 2017: Breast Cancer Now
Breast Cancer Now supports nearly 400 of the world’s brightest researchers across the UK and Ireland. With the charity funding, they’re working to find ways to prevent, detect, treat and stop breast cancer.
Charity of the Year 2016: The Brain Tumour Charity
The Brain Tumour Charity is the UK’s largest dedicated brain tumour charity, committed to fighting brain tumours on all fronts.
Charity of the Year 2015: Cransley Hospice
Cransley Hospice provides hospice and palliative care services for the population of North Northamptonshire.
Charity of the Year 2014: NDCS – Northamptonshire
The National Deaf Children’s Society (NDCS) is the leading charity dedicated to creating a world without barriers for deaf children and young people.
Charity of the Year 2013: Mind – Wellingborough
Hardly anyone expects to go through life without experiencing physical problems, from colds to serious illnesses, and in the same way almost everyone faces challenges to their mental well being. These can range from short periods of stress caused by life events to longer lasting conditions.
For 1 in 4 people these challenges can prevent them from living their lives to the full. Mind, Wellingborough works to promote and enhance mental wellbeing and support people in Wellingborough and the surrounding area who are concerned about their mental health. They seek to empower people to lead a full life as part of their local community.
Charity of the Year 2012: Lakelands Hospice
Lakelands Hospice is an independent charity committed to delivering the best possible practice and development of specialist palliative care for people with cancer, heart failure and other life-limiting illnesses. We honour people’s right to dignity and respect during all stages of their illness, by improving the quality of life of all hospice attendees and their families. Lakelands Hospice at Home service aims to deliver overnight skilled nursing care for patients during their last two weeks of life.
On Thursday 11th October, WDAC presented a cheque for £650 for the Lakelands Hospice charity to Paul Marlow.
Lakeland Hospice were very thankful of our fundraising and sent us a letter to show their appreciation.