Lynsey’s Little Stars Mother and Toddler Group given playtime boost
A parent, baby and toddler group in Basingstoke has been given a boost ahead of its reopening with new toys donated by Hendy Foundation.
Hendy shortlisted for prestigious industry award for Foundation work
Hendy has been shortlisted for a key automotive award for its commitment to supporting the communities in which it operates.
Open Sight in Eastleigh receives cash boost
Open Sight in Eastleigh has become one of the first beneficiaries of the Hendy Foundation, which was set up to support charities and good causes in the south. The Hampshire charity has been given £1,000, which Open Sight Eastleigh Chair Norma York said would be used to fund a day out for the blind and visually impaired people that the charity supports.
SAMEE Charity in Bournemouth receives cash boost to help lone parents set up business
A project to help lone parents set up their own business has been given a £2,000 cash boost by Hendy Foundation. The Bournemouth-based Samee Charity has been awarded a foundation grant which will help the charity work with single parents looking to become self-employed.
Dorset charity benefits from £1,500 donation
Dorset charity About Face has been given a £1,500 boost for its work to support those affected by head and neck cancer in the county.
Hendy Foundation announces first beneficiaries
Hendy Foundation has announced the first charities and organisations it is supporting with beneficiaries coming from across the south and south west. The foundation was set up earlier this year by Hendy Group to offer grants to organisations in which the Group operates.
Friends of Southampton Old Cemetery
Friends of Southampton Old Cemetery – known as or FoSOC is a voluntary group which helps to maintain the 27 acres of the Old Cemetery in Southampton.
Van donation helps local community safety teams
A generous Solent-based car dealership is helping a local charity to strengthen community safety and provide support to vulnerable people across Hampshire and the Isle of Wight by donating the use of one of its vans, free of charge.