Charity Name Grant Purpose
10.png To purchase 2 seating pods for our canteen area in the school for our children to use during breaks and lesson time.
11.png We are requesting a vital contribution towards our salary costs enabling us to meet the growing demand for our unique work with disadvantaged children in developing a more inclusive community.
13.png We will provide a series of four 'Makaton Beginners Workshops' for 60 parents/carers of a child with Autism, to enable them to teach the Makaton communication system to their child.
14.png To fund a residential therapeutic recreation family camp for children from across the UK with leukaemia and blood cancers of all ages, their siblings (young carers) and parents.
15.png To part fund SATRO Mobiles Classroom tutor salary. The programme provides a pathway to college and future apprenticeships.
16.png To purchase 20 Coaguchek INRange machines for patients living with CHD (congenital heart disease). INR (blood) tests are a vital part of treatment for children with CHD who are on anti-coagulants such as warfarin.
17.png To ensure the education of street children and orphans at Feed My Lamb School in Kabarole, Uganda and providing them with the skills to support themselves in the future.
18.png To support the Swindon Scholars Programme; a four year pathway that provides one to one mentoring, workshops and work experience to highly capable, disadvantaged young people, empowering them to succeed.
19.png To help Grove Cottage to continue providing educational and social activities to people under 18 with learning disabilities to give them the best possible start in life.
20.png To enable us to continue providing opportunities for young people with learning disabilities across West Essex to meet and make friends in safe, supportive environments and enjoy a better life.
 21.png Core expenditure recruitment 15 volunteers, training, teaching and learning resources, rent community building providing in depth help, guideless and support for young people with mental health problems, disabilities, special education needs (SEN).
 22.png We are seeking funding for Kidscamp holiday playschemes for disabled children with severe and complex needs.
 23.png The grant is to provide match funding for expert arts-based therapy and mentoring provision in one of our 8 Partner Schools in Cambridge, where we provide teams of therapists to support up to 22 children in each school each academic year.
 24.png Provide salary support to continue to employ an existing employee on a full time basis, giving resources to develop projects and programmes, increase sponsorship, increase awareness, and further develop sustainability.
 25.png Grace's Place - Perinatal Staff Nurse Staff Costs Our perinatal service ensures babies and children have support at every stage of their lives alongside their parents and wider families.
 26.png Willows Lull provides respite for children with complex needs. Working collaboratively we would like to transform their outdoor space into an accessible, sensory space for the children and their families.
 27.png The grant would be used to help pay towards the costs of an essential repair and update to the hydrotherapy pool at our Birmingham Hospice which is failing regularly.
 28.png To purchase a specially adapted caravan for the use of disabled children and young people. Eg. wheelchair access, wider doors, spacious shower room, sockets and appliances at appropriate heights.
 29.png We require funding to deliver curriculum-linked sessions for schools, alternative programmes for children at risk of exclusion from education and activities for young people with additional needs.
 30.png To fund 8 sessions of the Family Support Groups which will run in Buckinghamshire Sept 2019 - August 2020.
 31.png We wish to build a dedicated playpark at the special needs school.
 32.png To develop our existing project in Rugby and Stratford reaching more families across Warwickshire. Using a whole family pathway approach providing information, advice and advocacy to reduce age inappropriate caring.
 33.png To provide funding for an SEN school (Alfriston school, Beaconsfield) over a two term program to enhance and develop their students life and social skills, through the a full snow sports program.
 34.png Our Child and Family Support Services throughout England provide direct emotional, physical and practical support & advice to children with acquired brain injuries, their families & all professionals in hospital, at home & in the community until 25 yrs old.
 35.png Hydrotherapy support. Our hydrotherapy pool helps us to promote wellbeing and healing using water therapy. There are many benefits to the child, most importantly being that of play and fun.
 36.png This grant would fund our Physio/hydrotherapy programme for approximately 2 months, helping to improve the comfort, mobility and quality of life of children and young people with terminal conditions.
 37.png We are looking for funding that would allow us to expand and deliver our 5-week resilience programme Bounce Forward in a targeted area of need in Lancashire.
 38.png Kerawan Lower Basic School serves a rural community (the nearest tarmac road is 10km away). The school has lacked funding and the community and staff are aware of the benefits these projects will provide.
 39.png We would like to apply for funds towards the cost of training our hearing dogs where beneficiaries include severely or profoundly deaf child in the UK.
 40.png Study Buddies supports children and young people (C&YP) affected by HIV or HCV. We match the C&YP with a volunteer for weekly one-to-one support to encourage engagement with learning.
 41.png To provide the children of Harberton School with a minibus.
 42.png This year we offered an additional 8 places to young people from Swindon (2 of whom must be young carers) bringing number of swindon YP up to 20 - we would like you to help fund 8 of these child places for Swindon young people for 1 year.
 43.png The grant will be used towards our Inspire Project, a year-long personal development programme for young people, including mentoring support, and weekly activities, workshops and youth-led community projects.
 44.png To fund our Special Needs Awareness Programme (SNAP) which enables inclusion through support groups, play, access to healthcare and education for marginalised disabled children and their families in rural Ghana.
 45.png Recruit and train Counsellors on Placement, child counsellors who volunteer in our partner schools to deliver one-to-one counselling to some of the most vulnerable children in the school.