In 2019, the Matthew Good Foundation awarded a grant of £6,000 over three years to ‘The Junction’, a community project at Hedon Methodist Church, to support and develop its community outreach. The funding will help to provide a programme of activities for all those attending The Junction every Thursday, training for volunteers in Dementia Awareness, support the costs of sessional workers and help towards a plan to appoint an administrator.
The Junction Community Hub is open every Thursday from 2 pm to 4 pm where you will find a friendly face, good coffee and cake, a warm atmosphere and a programme of activities and events each week from singing, crafts, quiz and more. As well as funding from the Foundation and Hedon Methodist Church, The Junction is supported by East Riding of Yorkshire Council and Alzheimers UK and is a Dementia Friendly group.
In 2019, The Junction received funds of £2,000 and will receive further funds over the next two years.
The Foundation visited The Junction and it was wonderful to see the difference it is making to the local community.
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November 18th, 2019
Matthew Good Foundation Provides Funding to ‘The Junction’ Community Project
We are delighted to announce that the Matthew Good Foundation has awarded a grant of £6,000 over 3 years to ‘The Junction’, a community project at Hedon Methodist Church, to support and develop its community outreach.