Challenging Disability Through Outdoor Adventure



Our Funding Partners

We are extremely grateful to all the various funding trusts and other supporters who provide us with funds and resources that enable us to carry out our work.  Since Dec 2015 the following organisations have generously supported our work.

 

Bailey Thomas Charitable Fund

The Bailey Thomas Charitable Fund is a grant making registered charity which was established primarily to aid research into learning disability and to aid the care and relief of those affected by learning disability, by making grants to voluntary organisations working in this field.

Learning disabilities (intellectual disabilities), and autism are their priorities for funding. The Trust considers projects for children or adults.  The Trust does not give grants for research into or care of people with mental illness, dyslexia, dyspraxia nor ADHD, if they do not also have learning disabilities (intellectual disabilities). http://www.bailythomas.org.uk

 

Bernard Sunley Charitable Foundation

The Bernard Sunley Charitable Foundation (BSCF) was established in 1960 and is a general grant making trust. The Trust Deed of the Foundation allows the trustees to give to charitable causes at their discretion.

The aim of the trustees is to help raise the quality of life, particularly for those who are young, disadvantaged or elderly. Each year grants totaling about £2.5 million are made to a wide range of charities. http://www.bernardsunley.org/

 

The Clare Milne Trust

The Charity was established in 2002 by Clare Milne, with funds derived from her grandfather, A A Milne. Clare was herself disabled and had therefore experienced the benefits to be derived from well run hands-on charities.

The aim of the Clare Milne Trust is to help smaller effective charities with good volunteer support with their work for the disabled in or close to Devon and Cornwall. http://www.claremilnetrust.com

 

The Drapers Charitable Fund

The charity aims to improve the quality of life and expectations of people and their communities, especially those disadvantaged or socially excluded, through the award of grants in the fields of education and social welfare, particularly in Greater London where the Company has its historical roots.  The Company also promotes its textile heritage through support for textile conservation, and maintains its traditional support for the City of London, Northern Ireland, and heritage.  http://www.thedrapers.co.uk

 

The EBM Charitable Trust

The EBM Charitable Trust was established in 1982 by the late Eric Blechynden Moller. The trustees 2014/15 annual report, as has been the case in previous years, stated simply that the trust aims 'to support a wide variety of beneficiaries including charities involved in animal welfare and research, relief of poverty and youth development.' Furthermore, that resources would be maintained at a reasonable level in order continue funding general charitable purposes.

 

Rotary Clubs

The Rotary Clubs of District 1175, including Exmoor, Ilfracombe, Barnstaple, South Molton and Bideford regularly support us in fundraising and in the provision of volunteers. https://www.rotary-ribi.org/1175

 

Sir Jules Thorn Charitable Trust

The Trust is dedicated to the treatment and prevention of disease and the care of the sick and the disadvantaged. The Trustees aim to fulfil Sir Jules Thorn's vision to make life easier for the sick and disadvantaged through a range of grant programmes designed to help UK registered charities achieve objectives which are consistent with the Trust's priorities. http://www.julesthorntrust.org.uk

 

Sobell Foundation

In the UK the Trust supports the following categories of asssistance: Medical care and treatment, including respite care and hospices; Care for physically and mentally disabled adults and children; Education and training for adults and children with physical and learning disabilities; Care and support of the elderly; Care and support for children; and Homelessness. http://www.sobellfoundation.org.uk

 

Jack Riley Trust

The Trust promotes the education of persons normally under the age of 25 or in exc eptional cases older persons who are ordinarily resident in the County of Devon and who are in need of financial assistance. The Trust awards scholarships, bursaries or maintenance allowances to study at school, university, college of education, or other institution of further/higher education. The Trust provides financial assistance to assist persons to pursue their education, to undewrttake travel, and to prepare for professional tyrade, occupation or service.   

 

Goldsmiths' Company Charity

The charity is extensively involved in supporting General Welfare, Medical Welfare, Youth and Culture and Diusability.  It also sponsors a number of educational iitiatives. These are directed towards primary and secondary education, science, and literacy and numeracy programmes.

 

Peter Harrison Foundation

The Peter Harrison Foundation is an independent grant-making trust which supports voluntary and community groups working in any part of the UK. It has three main areas of interest:

  • Opportunities for self-development through participation in sport, including sport for disadvantaged and disabled people
  • Care of children and young people with special needs and,
  • Education, with a particular interest in supporting Harrison Scholarships and capital development at Reigate Grammar School

 

We are also indebted to Fairbairn Charitable Trust,  Aubrey Orchard-Lisle Charitable Trust, Sir Adrian Swire Charitable Trust and 29th May 1961 Charity for their significant and valued support.

 

We also gratefully acknowledge the help of the following groups in our various events:

AMASS Medical and Security Services, Bike Shop Tiverton, Dulverton Co-Op, , Broford Estate, Catleys, Hollam Estate, Masons Kings, Mole Valley Farmers, Neil Arnold Tyres, Rosttes Direct and Travis Perkins.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

   

  

  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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