In a year of unprecedented disruption, we have relied upon our charities more than ever. As part of the Government’s response to Covid, a £750 million support package has been key in ensuring voluntary, community and social enterprise sectors are able to continue their vital work.
This support package includes £200 million allocated to hospices across England; a £200 million Coronavirus Community Support Fund which focuses on supporting small- and medium-sized charities; and £160 million for charities working on the front line of Covid response.
Over 13,000 charities across the country have received funding, including Age UK, Barnardo’s, the British Red Cross and thousands of smaller local charities.
Charities and community organisations across the Totnes and South Devon constituency have received a total of £462,947 from the Coronavirus Community Support Fund, administered by the National Lottery.
Below is the full list of local recipients, each of which provides a vital service to support our community:
Youth Enquiry Service Brixham Ltd (£89,832)
The Woodland Presents CIC (£56,069)
Totnes Caring Ltd (£40,516)
Lifeworks Charity Limited (£38,723)
Caring Town Ltd (£37,500)
Sirona Therapeutic Horsemanship CIO (£30,000)
Proud2Be CIC (£18,317)
Bridgetown Alive (£10,000)
The Daisy Garland (£9,999)
Kith and Kin Network CIC (£9,990)
Jamming Station CIC (£9,900)
Stories for Change CIC (£9,860)
Marketplace Ministries Limited (£9,800)
Youth Genesis Trust Ltd (£9,626)
Brixham Admiral Swim Company Ltd (£9,000)
Palliative Care for People with Learning Disabilities Network (£8,832)
The Lupton Trust (£8,800)
Cued Speech UK Limited (£8,530)
Totnes Community Development Society Limited (£8,200)
The Crafty Fox Cafe n Hub (£8,084)
INTEGR8UK C.I.C. (£6,059)
Life Care Radio (£6,030)
Movement For Life (£5,530)