Charitable Donations

So far, the BAD Players have donated a total of £2,100 to good causes.
The proceeds from raffle tickets sold at our performances are all donated to charities and organisations chosen by The BAD Players. Click on the pictures to go to the respective websites.

Charitable Donations

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Donated to good causes

'Knight Fever' in February 2020

£247 to The Benjamin Foundation, a charity that delivers support services including working to prevent youth homelessness, helping families build relationships and offering emotional wellbeing support.

 

'Watch This Space' in February 2019

£208 to Leeway, an charity supporting adults, young people and children experiencing domestic abuse in Norfolk and Suffolk.

'Alice in Wonderland' in February 2018

£200 to Norwich and Central Norfolk Mind, a local charity that offers services to support people who are managing a mental health problem.

‘Pantostein’ in February 2017

£220 to the Hamlet Centre Trust in Norwich, a local charity that supports children and adults with disabilities and £100 to Poppies Babies and Toddlers at Blofield Church.

‘The Wicked Witches of Oz’ in February 2016

£200 to East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices (EACH) which supports families and cares for children and young people with life threatening
conditions.

‘Babes in the Wood’ in February 2015

£170 to Nelson’s Journey, a charity dedicated to supporting bereaved children and young people throughout Norfolk. Pictured from left to
right are Dianne Hill, Tricia Sowerby, Richard Morton, Jo Tottingham and Barbara Basey-Fisher with Sarah Hyde, Community Fundraiser at Nelson’s Journey. We also donated £50 to Blofield Church.

Lest we Forget’ tea parties in September 2014

£50 to the Royal British Legion, together with our personal message on a symbolic poppy planted in a special ‘Flanders Field’ beside the Menin Gate Memorial in Ypres, Belgium.

‘Jack and the Beanstalk’ in February 2014

£220 to the Hamlet Centre Trust in Norwich, a local charity that supports children and adults with disabilities and £100 to Poppies Babies and Toddlers at Blofield Church.

'Showtime' in July 2013

£65 to the Hamlet Centre Trust.

'Treasure Island' in February 2013

£525 to the Hamlet Centre Trust. Pictured at the cheque handover are Richard Morton, Barbara Basey-Fisher and Alicha Palmer.