Superhero Charity Golf
21st January 2022
At the Clubhouse we pride ourselves on being a local independent company, and aim to help the local community where ever we can. At our Charity Event 21st January we will be donating 50% of all out tickets sold on 14th January split between The Donna Louise / Dougie Mac & The Alice Charity.
At our 2022 Event you helped us raise a whopping £1846 for the Donna Louise and Dougie Mac lets see what we can do to help this year
It's a normal Saturday down at The Clubhouse apart from the fact you get to have fun and know you've helped raise money for a great local charity
Booking is all online with live availability so if you can't book for a specific time we are sold out. Please book your activities in the normal way via our online booking
Who are we donating to
The Donna Louise Hospice for Children & Young People & Dougie Mac
In 2021 the Donna Louise trust amalgamated into the Dougie Mac. Dougie Mac offers a broad spectrum of care services for children, young adults and adults across Stoke-on-Trent and North Staffordshire. Now operating as one hospice, the unification of children and adult hospice services will ensure all patients and their families continue to receive exceptional care and support for as long as they need it. The hospice is committed to expanding and improving its services, always striving to deliver the very best quality of care to meet the ever-changing needs of the local community. Funds raised help continue to provide local hospice services including pain and symptom management, physiotherapy, chaplaincy, bereavement support and social work; ensuring no local family has to face a life-limiting illness alone.
Who are we donating to
The Alice Charity
It’s a Family Thing
Our wonderful story
We created Alice charity in 2011 to support vulnerable and disadvantaged families across Stoke- on-Trent and Newcastle-Under-Lyme by providing various services underpinned by unconditional love and kindness. Through a Clayton based baby and toddler group, the first-ever Big Cup group, we could locate families in the area who required emotional support and help with essential items.
The demand for Alice’s services began to grow as word spread. The impact of austerity hit the most vulnerable families, which led to the opening of our first office at Silverdale Enterprise Centre in 2013 before moving to our next home on Queens Parade, Newcastle, in 2016 and then buying our own premises, The Assembly Rooms in Merrial Street in 2021.
Today, Alice continues to work across all communities within Stoke and Newcastle supporting families in their homes and their communities, providing emotional and practical support, for as long as it’s needed, encouraging and empowering local people to not only volunteer but to also embrace other opportunities in employment and education. By providing this support, Alice charity is increasing aspirations and skills that will positively influence and impact families and their community. In 2021 Alice charity was able to help and support more than 3,500 families across Stoke and Newcastle on their journey to a brighter future.