Our Previous Charities

Previous Charities

Coventry and Warwickshire Mind

The Society had a very successful Partnership and raised £30,275 over our two year partnership. Vanessa Smith , Senior Fundraiser was delighted to  receive the donation on behalf of the charity.

Jade Clarke, business development manager at Coventry and Warwickshire Mind, described the support from the Heart of England Co-op staff initiative as ‘Incredible’

Alzheimer’s Society

The society were the sponsors of the Alzheimer’s Society throughout 2020 and 2021, raising £33,000 over the two years.

To find out more, visit https://www.alzheimers.org.uk/

Zoe’s Place

First opening its doors six years ago, Zoë’s Place provides palliative, respite and end of life care to babies and infants, from birth to five years, who suffer from life-threatening or life-limiting illnesses.

The Society helped to raise £37,500 for Zoe’s place throughout 2018 and 2019.

To find out more about Zoe’s Place, visit https://www.zoes-place.org.uk/coventry/default.aspx/

Guide Dogs

Heart of England Co-operative employees chose Guide Dogs as their corporate charity to support in 2016 and 2017.

Guide Dogs helps to improve the lives of thousands of blind and partially sighted in the UK. During the two years
the Society were delighted to raise £50,000 for Guide Dogs.

For more information on Guide Dogs visit www.guidedogs.org.uk

Myton Hospice

Heart of England Co-operative employees chose Myton Hospices as their corporate charity to support in 2014 and 2015.

Myton Hospices care for almost 4,000 people through its patient and family support service, available at its hospices in Warwick, Rugby and Coventry and through its Myton at Home service. Community support and donations are vital to keep their services ongoing.

The society were delighted to raise £42,000 for Myton Hospices. For more information on Myton Hospice please visit www.mytonhospice.org.

Air Ambulance

The Warwickshire & Northamptonshire Air Ambulance was the Society’s first nominated charity chosen in 2012 and was also supported in 2013.

Launched in 2003, WNAA covers all kinds of emergency incidents – from motorway pile-ups to horse-riding accidents. With the number and nature of incidents wide and varied, no two days are ever the same. With an average response time of six minutes the WNAA service also operates a fast response car which is regularly used to provide emergency treatment during out-of-flying-hours.

Whereas some services can take up to two minutes to warm up and shut down WNAA can be airborne within 45 seconds of an emergency call-out.The Society raised nearly £46,000 for this worthwhile local cause.

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