Sea Change Trust
Trustees are delighted to read that this charity has been started out of a Quakerly concern for the plight of unaccompanied and asylum-seeking children in Shropshire with orientation issues.
Horniman Museum & Gardens
Trustees are pleased to award a grant for the Museum’s programme Bright and Early that will allow autistic children to visit and enjoy the museum at times when they will feel safe and secure as well as for the Music Workshops for families with children on the autistic spectrum.
Brighton Dome & Brighton Trust
Trustees are pleased to award a grant specifically for use in the Umbrella Club as part of a programme to provide respite care to children with life-threatening conditions at three events in Brighton
Jessie May Children’s Hospice
Trustees are pleased to award a grant for the Hospice at Home programme which is undertaken by specially trained nurses. We hope our grant will enable 25 families in the Bristol area to benefit from the respite care on offer.
Marches Family Network
Trustees are pleased to award a grant for three activity sessions for children with learning difficulties in Hereford and Leominster. We commend this much needed and imaginative project.
Trustees are pleased to award a grant to replenish the library of children’s dual print and braille books thus enabling shared reading. We are pleased that contact has been made with two other charities supported by trustees, namely Calibre and Living Paintings.
Tiny Tim’s Children Centre
Trustees are pleased to award a grant for 2019 that will enable the expansion of the space awareness/balance group for children with disabilities and possibly the music/movement toddlers’ group
Step by Step
Trustees are pleased to award a grant for 2019 towards the costs of continuing to run two weekly hydro-therapy swim sessions for children with disabilities age 2-18 in order to build and improve their motor and communication skills.