Trusts and Foundations
Bobath Children's Therapy Centre Wales receives regular support from many grant-making bodies throughout the UK.
If you would like to discuss how your organisation can help us to improve the quality of life for children with cerebral palsy please phone 029 20522600 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss your ideas.
Many charitable trusts are experiencing an increase in applications, in the light of the current financial climate and a corresponding reduction in investment returns. So we are particularly grateful for the support of several trusts and foundations for their generous donations.
Travelling across the beautiful mountainous country of Wales can be a logistical nightmare for families with children needing to access Bobath’s Centre in Cardiff. So we are delighted that The Freemasons’ Grand Charity have granted support to enable us to provide crucial outreach Bobath therapy sessions for children living in North Wales.
October saw the launch of our Better Start – Better Futures initiative, aiming to ensure that babies under the age of two and a half receive therapy sessions as early as possible in their young lives. Warm thanks to the Cecil Rosen Charitable Trust, Joseph Strong Fraser Trust, D M Thomas Foundation The Hospital Saturday Fund and Persimmon Homes East Wales for their generous support towards this project.
The role of our Child & Family Support Co-ordinator is invaluable, providing help, support and guidance to families coping with the challenges of bringing up a child with cerebral palsy and we are grateful to The Steel Charitable Trust for helping us to continue to sustain this important role.
The Hedley Foundation and Big Lottery Awards for All have contributed to specialist toys for use in therapy and double gazed windows in our therapy rooms respectively, ensuring that therapy experiences are fun, educational and, most importantly, warm and dry for the children.
Through the generosity of several trusts and foundations, some that have funded us for the first time, we have been able to purchase some Gaze Viewer software; which will help our therapists understand a child's physical capabilities, cognitive understanding and use of their eyes when using the Eye Gaze technology. We have also been able to purchase an Akka Mobility Platform, an ingenious electronic device which enables those chidren who are wheelchair users explore the world around them independently. We are very grateful to the National Children's Foundation, Crackerjacks Children's Trust, the People's Postcode Trust and Western Power Distribution for making these purchases possible.
Our 'My Best Life' project provides single sessions of therapy to help reduce the waiting time for young children to receive vital treatment when they need it most. The sessions are also there for children who are experiencing long gaps between treatment. Thank you to the Eric Sparkes Charitable Trust, The Laspen Trust, the Gwendoline & Margaret Davies Charity and the Garfield Weston Foundation for supporting this project.
We continue to receive invaluable funding from The Henry Smith Charity towards our work in Clinical Effectiveness and from the Moondance Foundation towards provison of specialist therapy.
We are extremely grateful to the many Trusts and Foundations whose invaluable support has helped Bobath Children’s Therapy Centre Wales to carry on providing life-changing therapy, including:
The Big Lottery
Hilton in the Community Foundation
Bernard Piggott Trust
Jane Hodge Trust
Children In Need
Joseph Strong Frazer Trust
Maureen Lillian Trust
Eric Sparkes Trust
J T Morgan Trust
Barclays Bank Llysdinam Trust
Ford Britain Trust
Freemason's Grand Charity
John Lewis Partnership
The Barbara Ward Children's Foundation
The Childwick Trust
The Albert Hunt Trust
The Hoover Foundation
The Christadelphian Samaritan Fund
St. Jude's Trust
The Philips Family Charitable Trust
Leeds Building Society
Evan Cornish Foundation
J T Morgan Waterloo Foundation
Mary Webb Charitable Trust
The Hospital Saturday Fund
Good Neighbours Trust
The Austin Bailey Foundation
The Harold & Daphne Cooper Charitable Trust
The Arnold Burton 1998 Charitable Trust
The Frank Homfray Trust
The Variety Club of Great Britain
The Charles Short Charitable Trust
The James Wise Charitable Trust
The Wooden Spoon - Children's Chartiy of Rugby
Cardiff Round Table
The Henry Smith Charity
MacTaggart Third Fund
People's Postcode Trust
The Hamer Charitable Trust
Allergan International Foundation
If you would like further information about how your charitable trust can make a difference to children in Wales who have cerebral palsy please call Emma Brooks on 029 20522600 or email email@example.com