A to Z of Fundraising – Be inspired to fundraise with our A-Z of fundraising ideas. This list of easy fundraising ideas includes some favourite ways to raise money for charity and can be adapted to use with schools, teenagers, parishes, individuals or at work.
Activate for Kids – Wheelchair access for kids. Activate specialises in innovative mobility products for children.
Autism West Midlands – Is the leading charity in the West Midlands for people with autism. They use their passion and expertise to enrich the lives of people with autism and those who love and care for them. Their passionate, expert staff and volunteers work across all age groups and abilities, providing direct support to people with autism.
Contact a Family – A national charity for families with disabled children. They provide information, advice and support. They bring families together so they can support each other. They campaign to improve their circumstances, and for their right to be included and equal in society.
Disabled Living – A charity which provides impartial information about equipment (assistive technology) and services for disabled adults, children, older people and the professionals who support them.
Newlife Foundation – Newlife is the UK’s largest charity funder of children’s specialist disability equipment.
The Meadows School – Has a family atmosphere in a safe, happy, and well-resourced environment. The students receive high quality education through a personalised, dynamic curriculum, pastoral support and a wealth of curriculum enrichment opportunities. We value our positive relationships with families, visiting professionals and the local community.
The Orchard School – The Orchard School was established in September 2000 following the reorganisation of provision for children with special educational needs in Sandwell. In September 2006, we moved into our current building which is purpose built with state of the art facilities. These include a music and drama studio, white and dark room studios, swimming and hydrotherapy pools and a sensory garden.
Sandwell Asian Family Support Service – Care and support services for South Asian children, young people and adults who have a disability, life limiting or life threatening condition.
Sandwell Family Information Service – Children’s centers, childcare and more.
Sandwell Leisure Trust – Sandwell Leisure Trust (SLT) maintains nine affordable leisure centres and a golf course for an annual fee from Sandwell Metropolitan Borough council.
Sandwell MBC – Sandwell Metropolitan Borough Council
Sandwell Young Carers – Sandwell Young Carers provides guidance and support to children and young people (aged 5-18) whose health, education and social lives have been affected as a result of caring for a dependent family member.
Special Needs Schools in Sandwell – These are special schools in Sandwell. You can find school contact details and links to useful information such as school profiles and Ofsted results for schools.
The Learn 2 Learn Clinic – An ABA (Applied Behaviour Analysis) service provider for children and young adults with autism and related disorders, learning difficulties, comprehensive skill deficiencies, linguistic difficulties, and other developmental disabilities.
Tinytrax – Being able to move independently from a very young age is crucial for child development. In some circumstances, a child who has to rely on others to move them around, can develop ‘learned helplessness’.
Turn2us – A national charity that helps people in financial hardship gain access to welfare benefits, charitable grants and support services.
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