Ballinger Charitable TrustAge UK North Tyneside

In June 2015, the Ballinger Charitable Trust supported the first year of Age UK North Tyneside’s new Dementia Strategy, by provision of a grant that part-funded a Dementia Specialist Nurse (Admiral Nurse), two Dementia Support workers and a Dementia Co-ordinator. This allowed a total of 260 people with dementia and carers to receive support over a 12 month period.

Age UK North Tyneside and the Ballinger Charitable Trust agreed to expand the team in Spring 2017 to include two more Admiral Nurses and a Dementia Services Manager, and fund until Spring 2020. In the first year of this expanded support, the number of people assisted by the service doubled and the team are working hard to improve efficiencies to reach more people in the next two years.

The Ballinger Charitable Trust supported Age UK North Tyneside because of its strategic approach to developing a service that addressed a need across North Tyneside, using a model of support that at the time was not being used elsewhere in North East England.

This is currently the largest grant the Ballinger Charitable Trust is providing; by Spring 2020, more than £600,000 will have been given to support the strategy.

 

Ballinger Charitable TrustGrants in Numbers

£18m

Amount
Awarded

1550

Applications
Received

£250

Lowest Grant
Awarded

£600k

Highest Grant
Awarded