We are delighted to have helped Music24 provide community music sessions to people living with dementia and their carers in Hoddesdon, Herts.
What's happening and who we've helped
Our grant helped Green Hill Arts in Moretonhampstead on Dartmoor purchase new art materials for their pioneering Art Raft project for a weekly arts-based group for older people who are socially iso
Huge congratulations to Susan Dickinson who completed the Barcelona Ironman on 7th October in 14h35m26s.
Huge congratulations to our fantastic team Alastair Kirk, Ruth Langslands, Fiona Dundas, Adam Moore and Jack Titterton, who completed the Great North Run on Sunday.
The annual Barchester Masters Golf event in aid of the Barchester Foundation took place this year on 5th and 6th September 2018 with over 94 players taking part over the 2 days.
Huge congratulations to our fantastic team Violet Kotu, Jodie Ramcharitar, Natasha Lazovic, Jack Titterton, Tracy Johnston and Kerry Angeloni who completed the London 10k in scorching heat on Sunda
With our focus this year of getting people active and out and about, we were extremely happy with the benefits of our grant to the Cornwater Club Ravenshead in Nottinghamshire.
Getting out of our house is something we all take for granted. That wasn’t the case for Geoff who had not been able to get out for a number of years due to his conditions and disabilities.
Emma is a young woman with Cerebral Palsy and learning disabilities.
Our warmest congratulations to Emma Plowman who completed the Toronto 10k on Sunday, 6th May in a very impressive 1h10m, only 12 hours after getting off a 7 hour flight.
Five years ago, Michael from Essex was sadly diagnosed, out of the blue, with head and neck cancer at the age of 43. After a gruelling 12 hour operation, followed by life changing, radical surgery
As the festivities are about to begin we would like to say a big thank you for supporting Barchester’s Charitable Foundation during the year.
Sadie, 27, from Manchester is a very independent woman with cerebral palsy. Sadie is cool, trendy, fun, and feisty and strives for her independence.
The clocks went back last weekend – final sign that autumn and winter are truly upon us.
We received these fabulous photos from the Ciaran Bingham Foundation Trust from an outing to South Port, a trip made possible by our funding.
This was the name of a very interesting and inspiring project provided by Create Arts in North London, which we supported recently with a £1,000 grant.
Our £1,000 grant to London based Artbox paid for materials that its artists can use in its three weekly workshops.
The annual Barchester Masters Golf event in aid of the Barchester Foundation took place this year on 6th and 7th September with over 120 players taking part over the 2 days.
Congratulations to our amazing runners Camilla, Jenny, Violet, Jodie and Andre who all completed the London 10k in sweltering heat on Sunday.
Hazel, who works for Barchester Healthcare as a Supplier Relationship Coordinator at the Berkhamsted office completed Race to the King in a fantastic 19 hours and 52 minutes.
Rory, who works for Barchester Healthcare as a Music Therapist in the North Division, completed the marathon in 3 hours 6 minutes.
We are delighted to have helped Calin in Cheshire with a grant of £627 to provide a garden shed.
We are delighted to have helped Oakleaf Enterprise in Guildford with a grant of £500 to purchase consumable supplies for their art project for adults suffering mental ill-health.
We recently provided funding for Reading Association for the Blind towards the provision of new equipment and materials for their arts and crafts sessions for people who are blind or partially sigh
East Surrey Gateway Club in Redhill is a social group for adults with learning difficulties, autism and cerebral palsy.
We recently provided funding for the “Movement for the Mind group” run by
Craig from Essex is 31 years old and has been confined to a wheelchair si
Most members of the OPAL Men’s Group in Leeds are widowed, isolated and lonely. The group meets once a month and visits different places within West Yorkshire.
Susan is 63 and lives on her own in a bungalow in Wales following the death of her husband a few years ago.
Penny is 62 and housebound due to mobility problems. Her husband has a heart condition and really strugges to push her manual wheelchair.