I would like to take this opportunity to say an enormous thank you on behalf of the children and their carers for your very kind donation.
This money will help support children in and around Wolverhampton area with assistance to much needed respite holidays in one of our mobile homes in Torquay, Devon.
Our homes are for full disabled use with ramp and walk in shower and hoist for easy access to the bedroom, they are fully wheelchair friendly too 😊and many a happy child has left feeling refreshed and ready to face whatever life throws at them again…..with the hope of something nice to look forward too.
This donation will provide hope for the continuation of the future of our work and for dream makers to move into 2021 and beyond with being able to say yes and help realise their wish for a respite holiday.
This last 18 months have been somewhat challenging and at times worrying for the future of Dream Makers however here we are once more holding on and moving forward, so here is to a brighter future for us all and many more happy faces. 😊😊
It is only with the help of trusts such as yours we are able to continue, so would you kindly reach out and say thank you too for all the support to those that have enabled you to make this huge donation…… 😊
May I first of all thank you and your fellow members of the James Beattie Trust for the generous gift you have given to Wildside Activity Centre.
Your donation will help us to continue providing much needed services to the communities of Wolverhampton. In particular it will enable us to continue funding our Little Explorers group which works with pre-school children, engaging them in play and providing educational experiences based around the principles of Forest School learning.
Wildside Activity Centre: All ages, all abilities –reconnecting people with nature.
Situated in the Whitmore Reans area of Wolverhampton, Wildside Activity Centre enables enjoyment of the outdoors by providing adventurous and environmental activities, promoting wellbeing and an underlying appreciation of the natural world. Offering opportunities for learning, challenge, health improvement and personal development it seeks to foster respect for the environment, helping safeguard our planet for future generations.
As an Outdoor and Environmental Education Centre, Wildside provides the basis of an informal approach to learning in a relaxed and friendly atmosphere. Qualified and experienced staff supply the expertise to ensure that any visit is a learning, rewarding and memorable experience to individuals and groups alike and the centre strives to ensure its activities are fully accessible to people with additional needs so that it is a resource that is available to all the people and communities of Wolverhampton.
Thank you to The James Beattie Charitable Trust for your donation of £1,000 in October 2020 towards our Support Network for the spinal cord injured (SCI) community in the West Midlands.
As a valued supporter of the Spinal Injuries Association (SIA), whose donation has saved and changed the lives of many people affected by spinal cord injury, I’d like to share with you the below video:
It’s thanks to support from The James Beattie Charitable Trust that we’ve been able to continue helping spinal cord injured people, their families and the healthcare professionals that care for them during the coronavirus pandemic.
Thank you for your continued support of our work during what’s been such a challenging time for everyone. You have made it possible for us to keep offering life-changing support and life-saving interventions.