Community Help Desk

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Here you'll find community and local information that may be useful to you.


St Loye’s Foundation:

Vision

The vision of St Loye’s Foundation is that each individual should have the opportunity to achieve their maximum potential, irrespective of natural abilities or setbacks experienced in life.

Mission

St Loye’s mission is to be the preferred choice of people with physical, mental health, sensory and other disabilities, or with long-term health conditions, to improve their quality of life and degree of independence.

Values

St Loye’s Foundation pursues its activities in an open, transparent and honest way with clients, staff and external partners.

It strives for the highest professional standards in its work and actively facilitates staff development.

St Loye’s Foundation will celebrate 75 years of helping people with mental health conditions and physical disabilities in 2012. To commemorate the occasion, several events are planned as well as a wide-reaching fundraising campaign.

www.stloyesfoundation.org.uk

ELF

Leukaemia, lymphoma and other blood conditions are life changing; ELF is here to help you and your loved ones with the support you need through these challenging times. We believe that patients in Devon and across the South West deserve the best care, equipment and research, let’s ensure that we achieve this. Please help us and make a real difference.

Anyone can be diagnosed and we support everyone from 16 years old, who is referred to the Haematology Centre at the RD&E Hospital or the North Devon Hospital and their loved ones. Patients are referred from many areas of Devon and the South West and with their families often span an even greater distance.

www.elfcharity.co.uk

Elf


The Devon Air Ambulance Trust

The Devon Air Ambulance Trust fund two emergency air ambulances that bring swift treatment to the people of Devon, and need your donations to stay airborne! They've flown over 17,000 missions since their foundation in 1992, and need in the region of £4.5million to keep their ambulances flying, so fly over to their website at www.daat.org to see how you can help!

 

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