GlastonBeoley Charities 2020
Every effort is made to to reduce the running costs of this event. All artists and organisers are giving up their time for free. Proceeds from food, drink and other sales are are raising a healthy amount for our charities listed below. After the event we will publish the amount we have raised on the website. Thank you for your support.
Redditch Night Stop
Redditch Nightstop is a unique service working with young people aged 16-25, families, local agencies, schools and youth organisations to reduce the number of young people at risk of experiencing homelessness in the Redditch area. It does this by the provision of short term, emergency accommodation and longer term supported lodgings in the homes of trained volunteer hosts.
Noah’s Star, a project run by Sociability Care CIC, allows parents to spend quality time with their sick and preterm babies without having to worry about their other children. Noah’s Star runs a sibling support group at Birmingham Women’s Hospital, providing an area for children to play, and activities to occupy them whilst their parents spend time with their poorly baby..
Redditch Baby Bank
Redditch Baby Bank is a volunteer ran project based in Redditch, Worcestershire. We aim to support mums to be, new mums and families of children aged 0-2 years within 10 miles of Redditch, who are struggling with the financial impact of a new baby or young children.
We collect donations of baby clothing (ages birth – 2 years), equipment, toys and toiletries which are then gifted on to families in need via referral from health and welfare professionals and other organisations working in the community.
Special Olympics Redditch
Special Olympics Redditch is an accredited branch of Special Olympics GB and is a fully voluntary operated group that provides year round sports training and competition opportunties for people with learning disabilities. We aim to provide year round training for people with learning disabilities to take part in various sporting activites. To enable and encourage Special Olympics athletes to participate in sport on an equal level dependent on each person’s ability.