VOTE NOW for your Charity of the year 2022
Over the last few weeks, we’ve been asking the Cambridge community to suggest to us who we should support as our charity of the year for 2022.
We had an overwhelming response with over 1700 votes over 65 charity suggestions.
It has always been our intention to offer our support to a charity that will directly impact the people of Cambridge and surrounding areas, so out of those most popular votes we selected the following 3 charities as the most suited to potentially receive our support.
• Romsey Mill
• Arthur Rank Hospice
NOW IT’S DOWN TO YOU
Below we have included a short description from each charity summarising what they do and how the money would be spent, along with a link to their website.
We now want you to vote for the charity that you would like to see us support for 2022.
Our support comes in the form of quarterly donations of which will be a % of all bookings made via our app and paid by card.
Voting closes at midnight on Sunday 19th December 2021. Please make sure that you vote via this post in order for each charity to have as much chance as possible of receiving this support.
Romsey Mill is creating essential opportunities with young people, children and families, in and around Cambridge.
Our community-based teams are alongside those facing social isolation, hardship, and multiple challenges.
Being Panther Taxis’ charity-of-the-year would bring vital funding to strengthen support and improve wellbeing for the city’s vulnerable families, at-risk young people, and those who are autistic; enabling positive transformation for many.
Arthur Rank Hospice
Arthur Rank Hospice Charity supports people in Cambridgeshire living with an advanced serious illness or other life-limiting condition and those who need end-of-life care. Its ‘Outstanding’ services are provided free of charge to patients and their families thanks to our community’s support. They provide the highest quality care, helping them to make every moment count.
Eddie’s offer a wide range of valuable services for children, young people and adults with learning disabilities.
We help the people we support with increased confidence, more effective social inclusion, improved skills, and reduced financial hardship.
This funding would enable us to grow Splat Theatre, offering inclusive performing arts for children and young people.
Thyme to Revamp, providing sustainable gardening opportunities and developing work based skills and confidence. Family Support, delivering practical, hands on support for parents when they need it most. The money will make a direct difference to the people we support and their families.