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Everyone at Team Clev believes it’s very important to stay active in the community with both local and national charities. Nathan has always been keen to interact with charities and has built life-long relations with a number of organisations.

Nathan remains energetic to helping raise the profile and awareness around the following charities.

 

Thrive Cardiff is an entirely self-funded registered charity run entirely by parent volunteer with the aim is to offer our very special children, their siblings and families a protective arena where they can play in an exclusive,  non judgmental and supportive environment without prejudice. All children, including children with disabilities, have the right to play, have fun and take part in recreational activities as it is a very important role in a child’s development, helping to develop many life skills. Meeting in play centres throughout Cardiff and the surrounding areas, any disability is welcome and Thrive Cardiff provide sessions to suit all age ranges.

 

Kidney Wales Foundation is going from strength to strength since is formation in the 1960’s and it provides valuable care for many people in Wales that suffer from a range of Kidney illnesses.The charity is associated with an annual 10k run through the streets of Cardiff with a massive 3,000 entrants. Over £70,000 was raised and other benefiting charities are Diabetes UK, Brainstrust, Tenovous, Help for Heroes, Noah’s Ark Appeal and MS Society.

 

 

Tŷ Hafan offers comfort, care and support for life-limited children and young people and is dedicated to improving the quality of life for the whole family. This comfort and support extends out of the hospice and reaches right into the heart of the family home, and is completely free of charge to the families in Wales who need it. Tŷ Hafan was established in 1999 and since then has helped over 500 families with children who suffer from various conditions, such as Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy, Cystic Fibrosis and Cerebral Palsy.

 

 

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