Dorset based charity, PramaLife, are grateful to David Burnet, Founder & Director of INVIDAR, for donating £250 to PramaLife’s Crowdfunding campaign.
This very generous donation was match funded by Aviva with another £250.
The campaign is raising funds to provide advice and guidance to older people who are at risk of falling into poverty due to being on a fixed income.
If you wish to contribute, or read about the campaign, please click the link below.
Donations throughout February will be matched by the Co-op £1 for £1.
PramaLife (charity number 1172716) is a Dorset charity that provides care and opportunities for older people.
Their vision is a world where no-one is unfairly disadvantaged or excluded because of age or infirmity and where every person can enjoy life.
They enable older people and carers to lead independent and fulfilling lives, by enhancing their health and well-being by providing over 60 clubs, groups, and activities across Bournemouth. Christchurch, Poole, and East Dorset.
Memory Lane Groups (for those living with dementia), Sporting Memories (dementia and reminiscence friendship clubs), Museum Memories (dementia and reminiscence friendship clubs), Carers Support Groups, Befriending services, Community Connectors (this is a buddying/ befriending scheme to re-integrate people back into community-based activities), Lunch Clubs, Warm Spaces, Coffee Mornings, Knit and Natter Groups, Art and Craft Activities and Exercise Clubs.
For more information about fundraising opportunities with Prama, contact Chris Wakefield, Fundraiser on 07775 677162 or firstname.lastname@example.org