Total raised to date £37,983
Our members have been raising funds for local worthy causes since 2004 via raffles at our social events, sponsored walks, runs and quizzes.
Presidential year 2017 – 2018
For the Presidential year, 2017-2018, the society has raised funds for Ty Hafan, a paediatric palliative care charity offering care to children with life limiting conditions and support for their families. Every year Ty Hafan has to raise £4m to provide its free services to families in Wales.
Charity Number 1047912
Presidential year 2016 – 2017
For the Presidential year, 2016-2017, the society raised funds for the Children’s Legal Centre is based in Swansea University. It is a Wales-wide bilingual service providing information and access to legal advice and representation for children and young people.
Charity Number 271297
Presidential year 2015 – 2016
For the Presidential year, 2015-2016, the society raised funds for The Swansea Children’s Therapy Centre Support Group.
The Swansea Children’s Therapy Centre Support Group supports the children who attend Hafan Y Môr, Singleton Hospital and their families.
Hafan Y Môr is responsible for a caseload of over 800 Swansea children with conditions including Downs Syndrome, Cerebral Palsy and other physical/learning disabilities. The Swansea Children’s Therapy Centre Support Group supports the provision of therapeutic equipment and organises events for the children and their families.
Charity number 1099314
Presidential year 2014 – 2015
For the Presidential year, 2014-2015, the society raised funds for The Swansea Children’s Therapy Centre Support Group and LawCare.
Presidential year 2013 – 2014
For the Presidential year 2013 – 2014 the society raised funds for CISS.
Presidential year 2012 – 2013
Forget Me Not Dementia Day Clubs (charity number 1143961). This is a local charity set up in March 2011 providing clubs to support persons with dementia and their carers. The clubs are in Killay, Gorseinon, Mumbles and Clydach. The clubs provide support and an opportunity to integrate into the local community with social stimulation and group interaction.