Thank you!

Open Daw relies on books sales, refreshment sales, our Supporters Club, grants and donations.

We thank all our supporters and especially the following external organisations for their grants to us:

2019

Sir John and Lady Amory’s Charitable Trust donation to Open DAW.

Community Grants Fund for £150 towards producing a leaflet listing local organisations in town which can be given out to those without internet access.

Thanks to Devon County Councillor John Clatworthy for an additional £150 for producing a leaflet listing local organisations in town which can be given out to those without internet access.

Thanks to Dawlish Town Council for £219 for a new printer and toner.

2018 

The Incredible Fund for a grant of up to £500 to support Open DAW and Roots Community Engagement with setting up a bereavement support group in Teignmouth in early 2019.

Teignbridge District Councillor Martin Wrigley for £100 for solar lighting on a footpath (41) we have been campaigning on for several years.

Thanks to Devon County Councillor John Clatworthy for funding DCC works on footpath 41 – handrail and surface – not a grant to Open DAW directly but this funded improvements we have campaigned for, with local residents.

Dawlish Town Council to Open DAW and Dawlish Against Plastic for joint community litter picking equipment for beach and town litter picking.

Joint Litter Picking Grant

2017 

Co-op Community Fund (£2750) and Dawlish Methodist Church (£500)  for a total refurbishment of our refreshment area

Aviva Community Fund £300

Dawlish Town Council (two grants towards our printing costs and funding joint display boards with Assist Teignbridge, Dawlish Community Transport and The Strand Centre)

Cllr Rosalind Prowse Teignbridge Distrcit Councillor grant

Charity Bingo Night at the Langstone Cliff Hotel run by Jimmy Hill

Waitrose – nominated charity for a month

Grant from Cllr John Clatworthy towards the running of a commemorative WW1 poetry event for the Poetry for Pleasure Group

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