Over the last five years they've received significant donations from 3 grant making charities totalling £21,860
|Amount/When||Donor||To be used for|
|£2,50015/12/2019||The EQ Foundation||Big Give Christmas Challenge 2019|
|£9,36031/12/2018||National Lottery Community Fund||The project aims to support participants build their life skills as well as help reduce the social isolation. The funding will be used to run short break activities for children and young people with disabilities. Funding will go towards refreshments, 10 x monthly stay and play clubs, camping weekend at charity farm x 2, session worker costs, uniforms, promotional materials, volunteers’ expenses, crocky trail day trip including transport, speed of sight track day including transport and 2 x day trips.|
|£10,00014/01/2015||National Lottery Heritage Fund||Not Available|
Commerce HouseBridgeman PlaceBOLTONBL2 1DW
'THE CHARITY'S OBJECTS ("THE OBJECTS") ARE: TO RELIEVE SICKNESS AND DISTRESS OF CHILDREN AND YOUNG PEOPLE (AGES 0-25) AND THEIR FAMILIES AND CARERS WITH SOCIAL/COMMUNICATION REQUIREMENTS, IN PARTICULAR BUT NOT EXCLUSIVELY BY: PROVIDING A (NW) REGIONAL TELEPHONE HELPLINE STAFFED BY TRAINED VOLUNTEERS ABLE TO OFFER SUPPORT, ADVISE AND SIGNPOST. DEVELOP AND DELIVER APPROPRIATE BESPOKE TRAINING MATERIAL TO FAMILIES AND THE WIDER COMMUNITY. WORK TOWARDS CHALLENGING AND REMOVING SOCIAL BARRIERS AND PROMOTE INCLUSION FOR CHILDREN AND YOUNG PEOPLE WITH SOCIAL/COMMUNICATION REQUIREMENTS. FOR THE PURPOSE OF THIS OBJECT 'SOCIAL/COMMUNICATION REQUIREMENTS' INCLUDE AUTISM, ASPERGER'S SYNDROME, TOURETTE'S SYNDROME, OCD, ODD, ADHD, ADD, CEREBRAL PALSY, DOWNS SYNDROME, FRAGILE X SYNDROME, SELECTIVE MUTISM, SOME WHEELCHAIR USERS AND PEOPLE WITH HEARING IMPAIRMENTS.