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Jinney Ring Charities

It always causes us difficulties when we are approached to give charitable donations or help run charity events - there are so many worthy causes, more so when times are hard and people cut back spending in all areas. We would like to help everyone but sadly it is not possible.

Rather than spend the whole year with feelings of inadequacy, we choose 3 or 4 charities each year and support them in whatever appropriate way we can. This may be by raising funds for them at our events or just allowing them to collect funds themselves on site, or perhaps by supporting them with events for their "customers".

If you would like us to consider your charity for help for next year or beyond please e-mail us with details.

Details of this years charities are found below:

Rees Foundation

Rees Foundation

The Rees Foundation was set up to support care leavers from residential or foster care of all ages by providing the support, advice, resources, and assistance (financial or otherwise) that most people could simply turn to family for. We are creating a belonging network for all people who have been in care.

How do we do this? By connecting people with care experience to make a positive change in their own lives and the lives of others with care experience.

Our current project work includes:
* A Mentoring Qualification
* The Mentoring and Networking Service
* A Signposting Service
* A unique training package to raise awareness of care experience, 'Living With Strangers'

Click here to visit the Rees Foundation website

Primrose Hospice

Primrose Hospice

Primrose Hospice is an independent charity supporting patients and families living with a life-limiting illness, across North East Worcestershire. They are a Day Hospice, Family Support Service and Primrose at Home Service. They rely on donations to provide their services for free.

www.primrosehospice.org
Alzheimer's Society

Alzheimer's Society

Alzheimer's Society is the UK's leading care and research charity for people with dementia and their carers. There are 800,000 people with dementia in the UK with numbers set to rise to 1,000,000 by 2021.

Here is their mission:
We exist to champion the rights of everyone with dementia and those who care for them.
We will become a world-class authority on all aspects of living with dementia.
We will guarantee the availability of accurate and authoritative information.
We will strive for universal access to quality services.
We will galvanise investment for research into the causes, prevention, treatment and care of people with dementia.

Please click here to visit the Alzeimer's Society website
The Guide Dogs for the Blind Association

The Guide Dogs for the Blind Association

This organisation is dedicated to providing dogs for blind and partially-sighted people to allow them to live a fuller life.

We support this charity by hosting a now annual charity walk called Dogs Unite, (formerly Go Walkies.) This event will next take place from the craft centre on Sunday 23rd April 2017.

Please click here to visit the Guide Dogs for the Blind website
Jinney our Sponsored Guide Dog Puppy

Jinney our Sponsored Guide Dog Puppy

Each year we host a sponsored walk called Dogs Unite (previously Go Walkies). In 2015 we reached our target to raise a total of £5000 in donations, and this achievement has entitled us to the privilege of naming a Guide Dog puppy.

Click here to find out more about Jinney
The Cinnamon Trust

The Cinnamon Trust

The Trust's primary objective is to respect and preserve the treasured relationship between owners and their pets.

This is the only specialist national charity for people in their last years and their much loved, much needed companion animals.

A network of 15,000 volunteers “hold hands” with owners to provide vital loving care for their pets. The Trust keeps them together - for example, they walk a dog every day for a housebound owner; foster pets when owners need hospital care; fetch the cat food or even clean out the bird cage, etc.

When staying at home is no longer an option, they have a Pet Friendly Care Home Register which lists care homes and retirement housing happy to accept residents with pets and, providing previous arrangements have been made, will take on life time care of a bereaved pet.

The Cinnamon Trust represents peace of mind for owners, and love, care and safety for beloved pets.

Helping 14,000 people a year with 16,000 animals, and running two Home From Home sanctuaries, costs a lot of money, and they need your help to make sure we’re always there. Here at the Jinney Ring we will support this charity during 2014 through education stalls and events. We do hope you will have a look, and if you have the time why not become a member and/or volunteer?

We are supporting this charity by hosting the "Animals R Magic" event on Sunday 17th July 2016. (Details will be available in our Events section.)

More details about the trust can be found on their website, please click here