Nolan Charity Fund Newsletter Spring 2017.pdf


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Spring Issue – Apr / May 2017
charity@nolanupvc.co.uk
07966 426439
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Nolan Charity Fund
By Sarah Cleevely, Fundraising & Events Manager
Registered Charity No. 1160008

A spring in our step!
So, we’ve finally made it to the warmer weather and longer days. We’ve been busy at the Nolan Charity
Fund. Last week we hosted a special evening at Parc y Scarlets to welcome our beneficiaries and award
our grant funding for 2016-17. Some fundraising challenges have also been completed and a gentle walk
enjoyed by dogs and their owners on Tenby’s South Beach to raise money for the charity. In this, our
spring newsletter, there’s a round-up of all our charity news from our new beneficiaries and we also
catch up with last year’s funding award winners. Plus, if you want to get involved, there are details of
forthcoming fundraising events. Happy Easter!

Funding Awards Presentation Evening
£15,000 shared by 11 beneficiaries across
Wales
The home of Scarlets rugby hosted the charity’s
second, annual presentation evening in April. In
front of more than 50 invited guests and Llanelli
Rural Council chairman, Cllr Stephen M
Donoghue, each of the beneficiaries were
welcomed onto the stage by trustees Nolan
Nicholas and Robert Taylor to receive a share of
£15,000.
The money raised last year has been donated to:

Hywel Dda Health Charities receiving £1,300 to
purchase iPads and DVD players for the children’s
wards at Bronglais, Glangwili and Withybush
hospitals.
Ysgol Saron receiving £2,000 to purchase IT and
play equipment for two pupils at the school with
Down syndrome and Duchenne syndrome.
Welsh Hearts has received £1,400, which will pay
for a new defibrillator and cabinet. The people of
Carmarthen were asked to nominate their
community or organisation, and the chosen
location for the new defibrillator will be
Carmarthen Quins RFC, Abergwili.

Alzheimer’s Society Cymru receiving £2,500 to
help relocate their Tỳ Perthyn Day Care Support
Service in Ammanford.
Carmarthenshire Youth Support Service’s Food
Hamper and Toy Appeal receiving £1,000 to
ensure that the project can continue to support
children, young people and families in need in
2017.
Canolfan Elfed Inclusion Centre at Queen
Elizabeth High School receiving £1,000 to help
towards the purchase of a Rompa interactive
projection system.

Receiving their presentation cheque from Nolan
Nicholas and Robert Taylor, Cerith Allen and Guto
John from Canolfan Elfed.