Advertising To Charity


All proceeds from adverts placed in the Scarning Beacon are donated to a charity chosen by the readers each month.
Look for the A2C section in the newsletter, choose your preferred charity for that month and click on the email link – ScarningBeacon@Gmail.Com. It’s as simple as that!

The following charities have been nominated in the past –

East Anglia Children’s Hospice

This charity supports families and cares for children and young people with life-threatening conditions across Cambridgeshire, Essex, Norfolk and Suffolk. They can provide specialist nursing care, short breaks, counselling and end of life care, either in the Norfolk hospice at Framingham Earl, or in the community.


Norfolk Accident Rescue Service

Over the years, this charity has helped to provide equipment and training for local doctors to respond to serious road traffic accidents. All the members are volunteers and offer their services free of charge in their spare time. The organisation is funded completely by donations, it receives no government or health service funding.


Norfolk Age UK

Age UK Norfolk is an independent local charity, supporting older people by providing high quality services. This could be giving confidential information and advice to anyone over the age of 50, helping with benefits or with funding, assisting filling in forms, or setting up social care assessments. They have a ‘befriending’ service to tackle the problem of loneliness, and can give up to date information on vacancies in local care homes.


Priscilla Bacon Lodge

The current Priscilla Bacon Lodge was established 40 years ago, and now money is being raised to build a new Priscilla Bacon Hospice. This will help to meet the ever-increasing demand for inpatient beds as well as day and respite care. The new hospice will be built on a semi-rural site close to the N&N hospital and will have the very best facilities for patients and supporting their loved ones through bereavement.


Revitalise

This charity provides respite care in a holiday setting for disabled people and their carers. They run 3 holiday centres in Essex, Southampton and Southport, where short breaks can be relaxing, however they also offer trips and activities, all in a worry free environment.


Lilac (Ladies in League Against Cancer)

A fundraising group set up to support the Big C, locally they pay a bursary for 2 students to study cancer at the UEA. In the past they have provided a state of the art research camera which can photograph and record changes in cell structure. Also they donate to the cancer centre at the N&N.

Big C

Norfolk’s cancer charity, raising money so that people with cancer can be treated locally. It also helps towards buying equipment for our hospitals and providing funding towards research at the Norfolk Research Park.


Dereham Cancer Care

This volunteer run centre is based at Cowper Road and provides information and support for anyone whose life has been touched by cancer. This could be learning about equipment available to improve day-to-day living, or setting up some counselling or therapies. The centre gives people a place to meet others and build a support network, vital for those with cancer and their carers.


East Anglia Air Ambulance

This charity provides a helicopter emergency medical service for all the people of East Anglia. It flies with a crew of specialist pre-hospital doctors and critical care paramedics, and flies patients to the most appropriate hospital for their needs. They were the first air ambulance in the country to attend incidents in the hours of darkness to unknown and unlit sites.

St Martins

This Norwich based charity aims to maximise independent living and prevent homelessness in the community by offering a hand up – housing, support and care – to the most vulnerable, and to increase compassion within our community. They have a range of services, from emergency hostel accommodation to training courses to help people build up their skills and self-esteem.

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