HELP US BRING SMILES,
LAUGHTER AND MAGICAL MOMENTS ALL YEAR ROUND
During this season of good will your contribution to our Christmas Appeal will help us work with those affected by Dementia all year round. This year’s appeal will raise funds to enable Norwich Theatre Royal to deliver a new creative programme working with people living with dementia, including carers and families in Norfolk.
Stephen Crocker, chief executive of Norwich Theatre Royal, said:
"Dementia is becoming a far wider and more complex issue in our County. However, this is an issue that is often invisible with many people caring for family members within their own homes. Our project aims to support carers and wider family members living with dementia to take part in activities that provide opportunities to both have fun but also to have a break from the intensity of their day to day routines"
HOW TO HELP?
We will be collecting donations at all pantomime performances so look out for our friendly Front of House Team with their collection buckets, every penny makes a difference. Or if you want to make a difference right away, DONATE NOW
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Norfolk now has the third highest levels of cases of Dementia in our region with over 16,000 people living with dementia, with over 3800 new cases each year. Nationally 1 in 6 people are over 65, but in Norfolk this is 1 in 4 so each year more and more people will be affected by dementia in their families.
Next year our Creative Matters season will focus on dementia enable people to participate in workshops, performances and raise awareness of dementia, those living with dementia and their families and carers. This is a growing challenge for Norfolk and by working together we can help make a difference.
Please make a difference today and donate to support NTR and its work transforming lives of older people through arts in Norwich and Norfolk.
Thank you for your donation to Norwich Theatre Royal’s Christmas Appeal which goes towards our new programme of activities for those living with dementia in Norfolk