PGM’s Fund Minor Grant Awards

The latest round of PGM’s fund minor grants have been awarded to charities in the West Riding, totalling £27,380

11th South Leeds – St Luke’s Scout Group received £750 towards a new mess tent and outdoor cooking equipment.

The Art House, a group of disabled artists, received £2,000 towards an infrared hearing system.

Barlow C of E Primary School received £550 towards new classroom and educational equipment.

Barnsley Independent Alzheimer’s and Dementia Support received £2,500 to upgrade their IT software and hardware.

Castleford Male Voice Choir, who do wonderful concerts for charity, received £1,400 to pay for their formal dress sweaters.

Harrogate Citizens Advice Bureau received £1,000 towards chairs and desks for their offices.

Harrogate High School received £500 for a defibrillator and cabinet.

King’s Own Yorkshire Light Infantry received £1,000 towards the funding of a memorial statue.

Myrtle Park FC received £500 towards new training equipment.

Pennine Bowling Club – for the blind or partially sighted – received £750 towards new equipment.

The Peter Greenwood Memorial Trust for hearing impaired students who wish to progress into FE and Universities received £500 towards new textbooks.

Samaritans Rotherham replaced a stair lift used by disabled volunteers with our donation of £1,850.

The Sewing Club at Cortonwood received £1,000 to buy 4 new sewing machines.

Shepley Cricket Club received a cool £1,000 towards a new fridge for the clubhouse which serves the community.

Sheffield Hospital Radio replaced some previously outdated equipment with a £5,000 donation.

Special Care Baby Unit Calderdale and the Huddersfield NHS Trust received £600 towards Cuski and Miniboo comforting toys for babies.

St Aelred’s Irish Dance Group received £1,150 for rain jackets to protect dresses.

St John Ambulance Keighley had 17 radio sets replaced at a cost of £2,040.

Stride Theatre, who provide drama classes for people with learning difficulties, received £790 for a digital camcorder and chairs.

William Merritt Disabled Living Centre bought some electrical games equipment for use by the severely disabled with our £2,500 donation.

We hope that each donation has had a significant impact on all of these worthy causes. Keep up the good work!

Posted in Charity News on June 27th, 2017 by Robin Misra

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