National newspaper, The Sun, have announced an incredible £1 million giveaway to charities across the UK in celebration of its 50th Birthday.
Charities can be in with the chance of securing grants of between £2,000 to £20,000 when nominated by supporters like you.
To nominate Jessie May follow the link to The Sun website, and complete the 4-step process that we’ve outlined below.
Nominations close Wednesday 18th December – so please make sure to get your nomination in as soon as possible!
How to nominate Jessie May
Tick all of the relevant boxes on the initial screen.
Fill out your personal details; name, email address and phone number.
Give us the details of charity you are nominating including the name and contact details of someone at the charity.
Charity Name: Jessie May
Charity Registration Number: 1086048
Contact Name: Charlotte Walton
Charity Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Charity Phone Number: 0117 9582174
Charity Category: Health and Wellbeing
You now have 400 words to explain why you are nominating Jessie May, why it is so close to your heart and how much funding you think we should have (between £2,000 – £20,000) and how much this funding could help.
We have put together a short statement that you can use to base your answer off below:
“Jessie May supports terminally ill and life limited children, and their families, across the South West with respite care and support in their own home.
Jessie May nurses provide regular, three-hour respite visits, family support events to reduce isolation, end of life care that empowers families to give their child the death they want in their own home and ongoing bereavement support for families after a child has died.
A Jessie May Nurses costs £30,000 a year, and every penny they get helps Jessie May Nurses to continue to support children and families across the South West with this FREE at home care service. £312 pays for a dedicated respite visit allowing parents and siblings a break from their caring responsibilities, so a donation of £7,500 would help to support a terminally-ill child and their family with regular respite visits for an entire year meaning that they don’t have to cope alone.”
If you don’t have access to the internet, please post your nomination to: Sun Readers’ Fund, The Sun, 1, London Bridge Street, London SE1 9GF.