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Natta’s Nominated Charities

For several years Natta has been supporting 3 charities that are close to our hearts. Natta supports 2 National Charities, The Royal Marsden Cancer Charity and the Rainbow Trust Children’s Charity. Our local nominated charity Woking & Sam Beare Hospices located in Woking, is a patient-led charity that delivers specialist palliative care to people who have advanced life-limiting conditions, as well as supporting their carers and families.

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The Royal Marsden Cancer Charity

Registered Charity No. 1095197

We have been actively supporting their Oak Center for Children and Young People for several years and to date, the Natta Group has raised over £45,150 which includes £7,150 raised from our annual Charity Golf Day in June 2019. Last year we visited them to present our cheque to them and had the privilege of having a guided tour of the Oak Center.

The new Oak Center opened in 2011. The Royal Marsden’s vision is to be Europe’s leading centre for children and young people and the world leader in paediatric drug development. To turn this vision into a reality, the hospital has expanded its existing children’s unit to create a new state-of-the-art centre. The Centre is the most advanced of its kind in the country. There is expanded daycare and outpatient services, as well as a brand-new age-appropriate inpatient accommodation for children and teenagers which includes a schoolroom on each floor, playrooms for the younger patients, a chill-out zone and an outdoor roof terrace.

The Centre also has the only facility in the UK dedicated to the early clinical evaluation of new therapies for childhood cancers.

Rainbow Trust Children’s Charity

Registered Charity No. 1053876

Natta started supporting Rainbow Trust in 2012. This year we have raised £7,150 from our golf day. We also contribute £1 to the Rainbow Trust for each Observation Card that is filled in on-site and for suggestions that are filled out and posted in our ‘Suggestion Box’ at Natta HQ.

Family support lies at the heart of all that Rainbow Trust does.

They care for families who have a child with a life-threatening or terminal illness, providing bespoke emotional and practical support for the whole family, whenever and wherever it is needed. Today they are the only organisation that provides support directly to the whole family, helping them to keep hold of a normal life as much as possible.

Rainbow Trust has nine teams of Family Support Workers who are there to help 24 hours a day from diagnosis, through treatment, and for some, through bereavement and beyond. They commented, “We stay for as long as the family needs us.”

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Woking & Sam Beare Hospices

Registered Charity No. 1082798 & No. 1115439

Over the past two years, Natta has been working with and raising money for Woking & Sam Beare Hospices (WSBH) in a variety of fun team-based challenges. 2019 was the second year that Natta had participated in their annual Dragon Boat Race, taking home gold and raising more than £4,000 for the Hospice.

Following this, Natta wanted to learn more about this fantastic charity. Natta’s MD visited the Hospice which initiated a new opportunity for us to get further involved.

After meeting with the Hospice Fundraising Director, we agreed to undertake the groundworks and hard landscaping to develop a once derelict unused bit of land at the back of the Hospice into a new ‘Wildlife Garden’.

Then, in October, nine employees from Natta took part in supporting Woking & Sam Beare Hospices by completing a thrilling firewalk. Led by our MD, John, this was a great team-building event for us to get involved in whilst raising funds for a fantastic cause.

Woking & Sam Beare Hospices exists to offer and promote the highest quality care possible for people with advanced terminal illnesses. They also provide help and support to their families and other individuals important to their care.

Each year they care for around 2,000 patients. Over 70% of their care is delivered across Surrey in the community. This works out as being 8,760 hours of care every single year.

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