Charities including Rainbows Hospice, Salvation Army and Carriages Community Kitchen, Newark, benefit from funds by Rotary Club of Newark Castle
Donations have been made to six more charities by the Rotary Club of Newark Castle.
They will receive donations of £250 each.
Rainbows Hospice for Children and Young People, which provides care and support to families with life-limited children and young people, will benefit.
It is reliant on voluntary donations and fundraising events, which are not possible in the current climate.
The Salvation Army, which helps families and individuals facing desperate hardship by providing food, shelter and support for those feeling isolated, will receive a donation.
As will the the Children’s Bereavement Centre, Newark, which also relies on voluntary donations and events to support children and young people experiencing life-changing trauma due to death or terminal illness of a loved one.
Carriages Community Kitchen, Newark, offering meals on a delivery basis in the community to those in need, will receive £250, as will the Shaw Mind Foundation, a mental health and wellbeing charity that helps local people of all ages.
Finally, Newark Emmaus Trust, which helps vulnerable homeless young people with quality temporary accommodation, care, support and training, will also be helped.
The Rotary Club of Newark Castle has already given £250 grants to Newark Foodbank, Newark CVS, Newark Women’s Aid and Gem’s Cash For Kids through the Alan Taylor Trust, set up using a bequest by the late Rotarian Alan Taylor.
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