We are delighted with the continued support of our long-term corporate partners and also to welcome the support in 2021 and 2022 of several new partnerships.
Since 2015 both firms have given significant support to Headway Somerset through sponsorship of conferences, a charity ball, the Dragon Boat Race as well as help in kind including office space for meetings and our AGM. Most recently Enable Law and Clarke Willmott have part-funded our Hospital Liaison service providing support in the early days following injury or illness to individuals with ABI and their relatives and supporters.
Enable Law are holding their 2022 Charity Quiz and Auction on 15 September 2022 in support of Headway Somerset.
Clarke Willmott and Enable Law are jointly funding the printing of our new ‘Family and Supporters Guide to ABI – Somerset’. The Guide (hard copy) will be available from our office or downloadable Watch this space!
Wessex Water Community Fund has funded the development of money management and budgeting skills, getting the most of utilities and scams awareness. New resources have been produced and workshops are being delivered across our rehab services. To see the article click her Wessex Water Spring/Summer Magazine
Screwfix Foundation are funding the upgrade and decoration of some of our venues, new equipment and items for some of the outside garden and allotment spaces.
Moto in the Community Trust are funding the purchase of new equipment, games and other resources
Arnold Clark Community Fund have agreed to part-fund development of our Talking Headway Service phoneline and cafes in 2022
Tesco Community GrantTesco Community Grants are also part-funding our Talking Headway Service
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