Local carers charity, Northamptonshire Carers has been named as the latest recipient of the Stanton Cross Community Award, giving them funds to run vital services such as their Carers Choir.
The Stanton Cross Community Award makes a quarterly donation of £1,000 to organisations who would benefit from extra funding for their work in the local community. The sixth organisation to win the award, Northamptonshire Carers provide support for carers of all ages and needs, including some as young as just 5 years old.
The award of £1,000 will help to fund Northamptonshire Carers’ Wellingborough-based Carers Choir and Carers Wellbeing courses, which have been set up to help local carers to forge new friendships, increase their confidence, and to reduce stress and isolation.
Paul Soutar, Bovis Homes Divisional Operations Director, responsible for Stanton Cross said:
“We are extremely pleased to be able to help Northamptonshire Carers carry out vital work in the local community with an award of £1,000 from the Stanton Cross Community Fund.
“The donation will help the charity to run valuable services such as its Carers Choir and Carers Wellbeing courses, which so many local people benefit from. We are very proud to support Northamptonshire Carers and wish them every success in the future.”
Dawn Panter at Northamptonshire Carers added:
“Northamptonshire Carers are very pleased to be the recipients of the Stanton Cross Community Award. This contribution will make a real difference to our work providing vital support to carers in Wellingborough and the surrounding areas.
We are very thankful to Bovis Homes for their generosity and for recognising the value of what we do to give carers a better quality of life.”
Local groups interested in finding out more or applying for future awards can do so by clicking here.