Nolan Charity Fund Newsletter Spring 2017.pdf
Y Bont will receive £1,000 to help subsidise a
number of childcare and pre-school sessions for
disabled children and their families.
Tenovus Cancer Care has received £2,000 as the
Nolan Charity Fund charity of the year during
2016. The donation will help towards ongoing
cancer care and research in Wales. During the
two years working with the Welsh cancer charity,
the Nolan Charity Fund has donated £7,000.
Tenby Surf Life Saving Club received £1,080,
which has funded the purchase of 60 new rash
vests for the club’s members; essential kit for the
water-based training either in the sea or local
swimming pool and for securing our future
Happy Days will receive £1,240 to pay for 76
children from Port Talbot and surrounding areas
aged 5-16 with ADHD and autism to have a day
trip to Drayton Manor in Staffordshire.
Reach for the Stars received £1,000, which has
purchased five mini iPads for the charity’s
therapists to enable them to assess autistic
children aged 2-5 years old and produce a
programme of tailored treatment using applied
behaviour analytic (ABA) therapy.
Tenby Surf Life Saving Club members pictured in
their new Nolan Charity Fund kit.
Speaking after the presentation evening on 6th
April, Nolan Charity Fund founder and trustee,
Nolan Nicholas, said:
“It was a wonderful evening and a great way to
mark two years as a charity.
“We have now donated over £25,000 to nearly
20 worthy causes in Wales since the charity
began, and to recognise this year’s beneficiaries
was a great honour for me.
“There are so many organisations that need a
helping hand to realise their goals and aspirations
and I am so please to see that the Nolan Charity
Fund is able to do this to ensure all the good
work in Wales can continue.”
Commenting on assessing the 2016 applications,
Nolan Charity Fund trustee Robert Taylor, said:
“This year has been extremely difficult to choose.
With almost 30 applications there were some
very poignant stories and strong reasons for
financial support being sought.
Director of Reach for the Stars, Sheraz Akram
receives the five mini iPads donated by the Nolan
Charity Fund from trustee Nolan Nicholas.
“I am honoured to be a trustee of the charity and
to be able to benefit so many worthwhile causes
in Wales through the work that we do.”