Like all charities SRCR need funding in order to continue supporting carers locally. Our main funding (60%) is from a contract with NYCC and the Clinical Commissioning Groups for providing a specific support service to both adult and young carers. However, more funding is always needed to ensure we keep up with the growing demand for these services as we continue to strive to develop and expand our services to the benefit of all carers locally.
Support from local businesses and organisations is increasingly important to SRCR. In 2018 we are delighted to have the support of Scarborough Hospitality Association who have chosen Carers Resource as their Charity of the Year. We look forward to working with them at lots of events throughout the year.
We welcome all donations, big or small. If you would like to support our work please think about donating what you can
Huge thanks to all the following for their support in 2017:
Wold Newton Church, Hinderwell WI Ladies Choir, Sleights Surgery, Ryedale Lions, Yorkshire Coast Homes, St Martins CE school, Filey Rotary, Malton and Norton Rotary, Whitby Endeavour Rotary, Co-op Foundation, Suddabys Crown Hotel, Malton; Filey Tesco, Filey Ladies Club, Scarborough Mayoress' Fund, Hackness Ladies Club, Wheatcroft school, Churches Together in Filey, Scarborough Municipal Charity, Making a Difference Locally.
Malton and Norton Rotary support our Young Carers
A very Big Thank you to Malton and Norton Rotary Club
Scarborough and Ryedale Carers Resource were delighted to receive a donation of £2,000 from Malton and Norton Rotary to help support Young Carers. The Cheque was presented to Elizabeth McPherson Chief Officer from Keith Gibbeson President of Malton and Norton Rotary Club.
Elizabeth said she was delighted to receive this funding, it will make a big difference to what we can now provide for young carers locally. We will use the money to deliver some of the activities that the young carers are asking for. I would also like to thank Malton and Norton Rotary Club for their generous offer to continue to fund another £2000 in 2017 and 2018.