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SUPPORTED Charities

City Hospice 

We are thrilled to have been chosen as charity of the year by the High Sheriff of South Glamorgan, Janey Howell. We hope to work closely with her to help spread the word about the great work of City Hospice.”

- Liz Booyse, Chief Executive of City Hospice

City Hospice, Cardiff’s local hospice, is the only provider of home-based specialist palliative care in the capital. They support patients with terminal or life limiting illnesses so they can live their life in their place of choice with dignity and in comfort. City Hospice needs to raise over £3 million each year to provide their services free of charge.

You can see more information on the work they do by clicking HERE.

City Hospice will be holding a Raft Race at Llandaff Rowing Club in June and Flowers in the Castle in August which Janey will be supporting. 

South Wales Police Youth Trust

The South Wales Police Youth Trust was set up in 2009 as a registered charity which offers grants to organisations and projects offering young people an alternative path than that of being drawn into crime, anti-social behaviour and substance misuse.

Its aim is for those young people who have had some experience of the criminal justice system to be given the chance to build the foundations to make more positive life choices, have better relationships and improved mental and physical well-being.

You can see more information on the work they do by clicking HERE.

National Crimebeat

 

National Crimebeat is the youth crime prevention charity of the High Sheriffs’ Association and is governed by trustees who are mainly former High Sheriffs.  It has no paid employees, and the raising of sponsorship and organising of the annual award ceremony is undertaken by the trustees who do not receive any form of remuneration. National Crimebeat now focuses on providing a prestigious annual awards ceremony to give recognition to the most innovative and successful crime prevention projects carried out by young people aged between 5 and 25 years. The video from the 2019 Ceremony highlights the wonderful young people and projects we recognise. 

 

Since 2012 we have introduced two categories for projects and the entries can come from the whole of England and Wales from ANY organisation whatever its name might be. Each entry has to be endorsed by the project’s County High Sheriff as the link between the project and the judging process.

You can see more information on the work they do by clicking HERE.

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