Previous Charities 

Every year the Parish Council selects a different charity to support via hall hire and events the Council run, these are the charities we have supported in previous years. 


Milton Keynes Bereavement Service has been offering bereavement support to the community for over 35 years. 
They are a caring organisation, offering emotional and practical support after bereavement in a number of ways to anybody who requires it, regardless of age, ethnicity or faith. This support is offered as long as the client needs it.  
They provide a safe and confidential environment where clients can share their grief and feelings on a one-to- one basis, and offering emotional and practical support in a number of ways. 
For more information please visit their website. 


Baby Basics MK is a volunteer-led charity dedicated to supporting families who are in greatest need in Milton Keynes. Baby Basics is sponsored by King’s Church MK, who originally gave birth to it before it became a charity in its own right. 
They rely on donations of second-hand, but good condition, baby essentials. These are lovingly made into gift packages that give families everything they will need to get started with a new baby, and continue to support them where needed. 
Families may be referred to them by health professionals, such as health visitor and midwifes, and local churches. 
For more information please see their website 


Milton Keynes Hospital Charity raises money for all wards and departments at Milton Keynes University Hospital. Their fund raising helps to improve patient experience and ensure that their stay at the hospital is as comfortable and positive as possible. 
Fund raising has enabled wards and departments to purchase items such as a teaching skeleton for the chronic pain team, and bright and calming artwork for children’s wards. 
Their fund raising goes over and above what the NHS provides – funding specific, tangible items such as: 
State of the art equipment 
Comfort items for patients 
New welcoming, positive environments for everyone treated in the hospital 
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