Below are examples of how we spend your fundraising. Large or small, the funds you raise will make a difference.
£5 buys a sensory toy to help young people with visual, hearing or other impairments.
£15 could buy a birthday present for a young person who lives with us.
£40 could pay for a music therapy session for young people with little or no speech.
£70 could fund a wheelchair football for participation in after-school wheelchair football sessions.
£100 could fund games and art activity materials for our school holiday clubs.
£140 could fund a switch activated device for table cricket and other inclusive sports, to enjoy the benefits of participating in team games.
£250 could fund aknitting machine, for young adults to take part in creative art sessions.
£400 could fund a New Age Kurling setand ramp to enable participation in disability-inclusive competitions.
£400 could fund an Aquamovers+ sessionfor pre-school children, giving them the chance to participate in physical activity with support from our therapists. It also allows social interaction for isolated parents in similar circumstances.
£1,500 could fund a walker, for exercise out of a wheelchair.
£2,000 could fund our on-site therapeutic horse riding service for a week, to allow excercise, building of muscular strength and development of confidence.