Grants received

Sensory People is grateful to all the funders listed below for their generous contribution to the Charity – all money received through donation or by a grant application goes a considerable way to supporting and developing our work.

Below is a list of the funding received to date:

Geoff Hill Community Fund March 2022

Received: £200.00

Our thanks for funds received towards the new baby/family group.

Brian Shaw Memorial Trust March 2022

Received: £750.00

Our thanks for funds received towards our new baby/family group,

Eveson Trust 2022

Received: £3,000

Our thanks to the Eveson Trust for support our new baby/family group

Just Giving November 2021

Our thanks to all those who supported our Just Giving Page. We raised £500 which will go to developing our charity.

Lucy Porter Funeral Directors, Stourbridge

Received: £200.00

Funding to support our Cool Kids programme.

Active Black Country Consortium   2021

Received £6,821.00. 

Funding to support Cool Kids programme development including equipment and delivery costs

Arnold Clark  2021

Received £1,000 

To support our Summer Cool Kids Programme

Pedmore Sporting Club   2021

Received  £400.00

Equipment for Cool Kids programme

Cole Charitable Trust 2021

Received £1,000.00

Supporting our adapted services through lockdown

Heart of England – Harry Payne Fund 2021

Received: £1,000

  • Infrastructure / core cost support Cool Kids Summer Scheme
Waitrose 2021

Received: £ 300

  • Unrestricted funding
Eveson Trust 2021

Received: £4,000

  • For planning and facilitating 2021 Spring/Summer COOL KIDs scheme.
National Lottery Covid-19 Fund in England: 2020

Received: £9,880.00 Project: Sensory People ‘Playing Catch up’

  • Play “catch up” by giving children extra evidence-based therapy when safe for children and therapists to interrelate in 1:1 or small group “hands-on” sensory integration therapy sessions
  • Enable a team to undertake specialist online training ASAP in order to start a COVID-19 delayed COOL KIDs program with home-educated children with learning difficulties.
  • Recruit and train therapists and local volunteers

Pedmore Sports Club 2018
  • Received: £558 to purchase the following equipment- Double Trapeze Bar, Bungee Trapeze Bar, Stretch Easy, Spiky stepping stones Flexion / Extension Pulley system
Lodge of St Thomas 2018
  • Received: £100 to purchase equipment for the therapy space.
Geoff Hill Charitable Trust 2018
  • Received: £200.00 to support the cost of purchasing an Acrobat Swing
Eveson Trust 2016
  • Received: £1,000 supporting the purchase of equipment for our Romsley Centre.