MADL "Stronger Together"
This year, profit from the Gala Dinner ticket sales will be donated to Nisa’s charity, Making a Difference Locally, registered charity no. 1123800.
All suppliers purchasing tickets will be entered into a draw; 15 lucky winners will win a £1,000 donation to be shared in the local community of the nearest independent Nisa store via a Stronger Together donation.
Bringing together Nisa suppliers, retailers and charitable causes to do good for local communities, working together to help make communities better and overcome challenges.
Scroll down the page to see how Partners have been recently supporting their communities.
Friends of Bolney School
Friends of Bolney School raises money to purchase enriching educational resources to benefit all children at Bolney CE Primary School. These items would otherwise be outside of the budget of the school. Recent items purchased include: musical resources, forest school sessions, reading therapy, new books, curriculum resources and restoration work to outdoor areas.
Recently Pricewatch donated £296, Andre their Brand Manager visited the school to see how the donation had supported, it went towards resurfacing for the new playground at the back of the school. Andre said It was amazing! Kids are loving the new playground.
Bevern Trust in Balcombe
Pricewatch at Clayhill Power Service Station has donated £490 to them which goes towards buying a generator for the Trust. Following a difficult and challenging time at Bevern View with the Storm Eunice power cuts, they had recently launched an appeal to fundraise for a generator and emergency power kit.
Click Here to see the news release.
Hailsham Boxing Club
Pricewatch at Hawkswood Service Station has donated £460 to Hailsham Boxing Club to help provide transportation for the group. Securing premises last year, Hailsham Boxing Club now offers free boxing training sessions for local children as well as adult boxing sessions, which are all run by volunteer coaches.
As well as the positive impact that boxing has on physical health, the group supports adults with mental health and addiction issues through training and by providing access to a counselling programme offered by Change Grow Live. The £460 donation helped to purchase a minibus from the Community Centre and new minibus seats, which will provide the Club and its service users with more opportunities to get out and about in the community.
Tickhill Mill Dam
Tickhill Mill Dam received a £500 donation from Taylors of Tickhill to help replace the information board for visitors to the area, providing details of its history and resident species of wildlife whilst helping visitors feel welcome to the area.
Tŷ Hafan received £1,000 from CK’s Supermarkets to help provide special bereavement boxes for local families. Each year Tŷ Hafan supports around 35 families who sadly experience the death of a child, and the charity is fundraising for bereavement boxes, a project which would make a difference by providing emotional support and comfort to bereaved families of life-limited children between the ages of 0-18.
Child bereavement is a devastating experience, but Tŷ Hafan know from years of providing this specialist support that one of the things that brings comfort at this most awful of times is finding ways to build memories and then cherish and keep those memories.