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Gemini Group proudly donated £1,200 to Starr Trust charity

Gemini Group proudly donated £1,748 to Guildcare

At Gemini we pride ourselves on supporting our local community as best we can by donating regular sums to our chosen charities below;

Please help us to help them…

Helping people at the heart of our community enjoy healthy, engaging and independent lives.

Each year, our charity supports over 3,000 local older people, carers, people with dementia, families with children with special needs and disabilities, older people with learning difficulties and encourage exercise and wellbeing for everyone over the age of 50.

We do this through our range of services which include a year round community and outreach programme, home care services, sheltered housing and residential care homes and our Ashdown services for children and young people with special needs.

November 2015 – We are pleased to announce that we have raised £1,748 which has been donated to Guildcare.

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The Starr Trust has one objective – to champion young people and help them achieve their goals.

We are a family charity based in Hove who support individuals aged 10-18 to fulfil their potential in sports, arts and education, by giving a helping hand to achieve their goals at a time when they really need it.

We provide financial grants up to £5000, training and development of skills, connections and mentoring for individuals living in the BN postal code area and individuals worldwide who have taken part in our CHOCS programme who fit one or more of our criteria: Low income backgrounds, no family support, experiencing difficulties in their lives, have emotional, physical or learning difficulties.

May 2016 – Gemini donated £1,200 to Starr Trust charity

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Established as a voluntary group in 1996, but some of its rescuers have been helping since 1985!

The organisation was set up in order to provide a front-line rescue service for wildlife casualties who unlike their domesticated cousins, do not have owners to help look after them.

Our service is free of charge, but the average cost of responding to and dealing with a call-out is £75, which includes veterinary bills, food, water, electric, bedding, caging, rescue equipment, vehicles and fuel, phone bills and other necessary expenses, so we appreciate any donations to help cover these costs. Every year between 2-3,000 calls are made to WRAS’s rescue line. Our rescuers are all volunteers.

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Offering specialist care and support for men, women and families affected by HIV.

Open 365 days a year, we help people manage the everyday realities of living with this life-long condition that has no cure. Our inpatient and outpatient services help people living with HIV related illnesses, initiating new drug therapies or struggling with extreme side effects of HIV medication. The Sussex Beacon supports the whole person by addressing the physical, mental and social impact of HIV.

The Sussex Beacon is a registered charity.  We are managed by 6 volunteer Trustees, have a staff team of 50, most of whom are part time, and over the year an amazing 800 people volunteer their time to support The Sussex Beacon.

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