TCI Netball Girls give back to The Gardiner Hill Foundation

TCI Netball Girls give back to The Gardiner Hill Foundation

TCI Inspire women’s netball team raised an impressive £2000 for local charity The Gardiner Hill Foundation as part of their annual charity fund raising event.

They raised £1,000 from the August event which was generously matched £ for £ by Barclays Bank, making the grand total of £2000.

20 teams took part in the day with competitors traveling from Grimsby, Skegness, Scunthorpe and Sleaford to enjoy the tournament, raffle and homemade cakes.Netball 3

Jacqui Ellis, Gardiner Hill Foundation Trustee said “The Gardiner Hill Foundation is extremely grateful for the support the team have shown for the mental health service users within our community. We are incredibly pleased to be able to accept the donation which will help us to continue our work to support those with mental health problems to strive forward to improve and enrich their lives.”

Thank you to Oasis Academy Wintringham, who provided the courts and sporting facilities free of charge.

TCI Inspire Netball team – part of Supporting Local Champions – Inspire TCI are a local charity based in Grimsby & Cleethorpes with the aim of supporting local talented champions to achieve their dreams and make a difference.

The Gardiner Hill Foundation is a local charity which has been established to enhance and enrich the lives of people with mental health problems and promote good mental health.

The charity works alongside and supplements core funded essential services provided to people with mental health problems. Gardiner Hill’s principle aim is to support people with mental health issues in ways which empower them. The Foundation encourages and supports education and training, employment and independent living.

All of the trustees and support staff are volunteers which mean all donations will help people in North East Lincolnshire with mental health problems.

For more please visit www.navigocare.co.uk/who-we-are/the-gardiner-hill-foundation/

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