Charity Support

Millcroft has been proud to support a number of charities over the years and looks forward to continuing our close relationships with them in the future.

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Demelza Hospice Care for Children

Demelza is an organisation providing hospice care for over 700 children with life-limiting illnesses and their families across Kent, East Sussex and South East London

"It was such a lovely surprise to receive your very generous donation, thank you so much for thinking of Demelza.  I promise you that this gift will be put to immediate work helping to care for the 800 children who we are currently working with."

Sarah Kemsley

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The Bud Flanagan Leukaemia Fund

The Charity was formed in September 1969 by the executors of the late Bud Flanagan who was a comedian, entertainer and songwriter. Bud had lost a son to leukaemia and wanted part of his estate to be used for the purposes of research into and treatment of the disease and the relief of its victims.

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The Teenage Cancer Trust

Teenage Cancer Trust is the only UK charity dedicated to improving the quality of life and chances of survival for the six young people aged between 13 and 24 diagnosed with cancer every day.

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The Joshua Foundation

Millcroft are proud to continue their support of The Joshua Foundation, who pioneer leadership training, education, and development projects in Tanzania, bringing hope to the countries of Eastern and Central Africa.

To date they have built a bridge over the local river in Arusha, constructed from scaffolding donated from the refurbishment of St Pancras Station, together with 3 classrooms for pre-school age and 2 teacher’s houses.

The latest building project is a new school across the river which includes 2 classrooms, toilets and a teacher’s room. That was achieved and opened at the end Jan 2014 – a little late for their new school year!

The project continues with the aim of building a further four blocks to cater for a total of around 400 pupils.

 

 

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