•Tesco Bags of Help awarded us £4000 in July from their Thornbury Store. Thank you Tesco!
•Souter Trust donated £4,000 in July
•Thornbury Rotary Club donated £5,000 in June
•We raised £ £106 from our summer party on 24th June.
•Mall Community Foundation donated £1,000 in April
•Phil Harrison Raised £120 from a bungee jump in April
•Airbus Community awards donated £500 in April
•Albert Hunt Trust donated £1000 in April
We are extremely grateful to Charlie Tull for his generosity in offering us use of part of his site at Whale Wharf rent free, to ensure that our families can continue to use our service whilst we make plans for a longer term solution.
Smart Move Removals (smartmovebristol.co.uk) kindly fitted us in for free during their busiest time of the year, so on 1st July they came moved our kit over to the new venue filling 4 van loads as well as some volunteers cars.
Chipping Sodbury based insurance company Jelf kindly gave up their time with 12 staff to move our equipment into our new building, and get lots of our boxes unpacked. Thanks to all their hard work we were able to reopen the next day to our families. Thanks Jelf!
Thank you so much to ERH for the £157.46 their employees raised for us.
Thank you to Merlin Housing Association for their £1500 contribution towards our running costs.
A massive thank you to Amcor Flexibles who raised £1300 for us in the Christmas fundraising. And thank you to our former volunteer Margreth for nominating us for the award.
Thank you to Renishaw for their £500 award towards our running costs.
Thank you to Foyle Foundation for their £2500 contribution towards the cost of activities at Incredible Kids. This will enable us to hire the giant ball pool and other fun activities for the children.
Children in Need awarded us an incredible £10,000 in 2014 towards a playworker and new equipment and toys for our children and young people. This made a huge difference to us and has been invaluable in helping us provide the service that we provide.
Quartet provided us with a start up grant towards our running costs. The Quartet Grant is awarded to small, local voluntary and community organisations where a small amount of funding can make a difference in disadvantaged areas. Without this money we wouldn’t have been able to run our sessions in the first place or extend to provide an after school club.
South Gloucestershire Council funded our sensory suitcase which has specialist sensory equipment like our amazing bubble tube and fibre optic lights.
Greggs kindly provided £2000 to us to fund a play worker on a Saturday who can help engage the children in play whilst parents can sit and chat to other parents. Without the play worker many of the parents would not get a break when they come to our sessions.