Progress towards £40,000 target
to our Big Give Christmas Challenge supporters - you did it!
You have helped us raise £40,000 to raise funds towards our 'My Place Online' project to provide online learning and social activities to people with learning disabilities and their family carers in Nottinghamshire. In just one week!
Thanks to supporters like you, people with learning disabilities will have new opportunities to feel connected to other people and take part in online community life. Funds raised will also help family carers to feel more confident about accessing online information, networks, resources and services to have better access to timely support and advice for their family member with a learning disability.
By donating via the Big Give Christmas Challenge your donation was doubled and so had double the impact too. Your gift will have an impact on the lives of local people today and in the future.
If you would like to receive regular updates about our work and fundraising news please visit our Keeping in Touch page.
Thank you again for your support – it has helped make a genuine difference to the lives of people with learning disabilities in Nottinghamshire.
This December we are once again taking part in the Big Give Christmas Challenge from Midday Tuesday 1st to Midday Tuesday 8th December. This year we will be raising funds towards our 'My Place Online' project to provide online learning and social activities to people with learning disabilities and their family carers in Nottinghamshire.
Your donation will be worth twice as much when you donate during Big Give Christmas Challenge week. For further information email firstname.lastname@example.org or see our ways you can help page for more ideas on how you can get involved. Visit the Big Give Christmas Challenge website between 1st and 8th December to make your donation now.
We'd like to say a big thank you to our charity champion the Monday Charitable Trust and to our pledgers including first4care, Mansfield Rotary Club, the Mary Robertson Trust and private individuals.
Here are just some examples of how online learning and social activities are helping people to feel less lonely and isolated. Your doubled donation during our Big Give Christmas Challenge really will make a difference to people with learning disabilities and their families in Nottinghamshire.
Claire & James
“It was a miraculous turnaround – just a little bit of one to one attention motivated him”
Kirsty & Marlene
"Kirsty needs interaction with other people, and not just the family she lives with. We know she needs more than we can give her."
"We couldn’t have got through this time without you and I can’t thank you enough for the lease of life you continue to give Amelia."
Sam, Flower Pod Horticultural Lead
"Clients have loved watching us, say, planting potatoes or making hanging baskets, then doing it themselves at home with materials we’ve delivered to their doorstep"
The Jowett Family
“Reach have been wonderful. I don’t know what we would have done without them over the years."
Fundraising through events has been difficult this year to say the least, but our innovative supporters haven't let that stop them! Thank you to everyone who is getting involved.
If you would still like to support Reach's work you can donate here.
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