Both Castel Froma, which cares for over 500 people disabled by neurological conditions, and Scotty’s Little Soldiers, for children who have lost parent serving in the armed forces, received £8,902.
“Neurological conditions can affect anybody, at any age,” said Marie Bawden, Castel Froma deputy chief executive.
“We provide a range of therapies including occupational therapy, speech therapy and physiotherapy, but all are paid for by fundraising so donations are vital.”
Scotty’s Little Soldiers volunteer, Alan Knell, said: “We help the kids with days out, presents on birthdays and Christmas, and holidays. But it’s really about giving them a network of children in similar situations.
“We’re a non-profit charity so funding is vital. Every penny we make goes to the children.”