We work closely with all our funders to make society a more inclusive place. If you are interested in supporting our work, please get in touch with firstname.lastname@example.org. We’d be delighted to talk about what you want to achieve.
The Postcode Neighbourhood Trust have kickstarted our ‘Unity Pie’ social enterprise project. Their funding means that people with a learning disability will get high-end training opportunities to keep them competitive in today’s difficult marketplace. Thank you.
The National Lottery’s Coronavirus Community Support Fund enabled us to get tablets to people we support so they could get online and access our support during lockdown. They also kept some of core programmes running during a challenging year and helped to get our ‘Unity Pies’ business venture off the ground. Thank you.
The Rank Foundation supported us to deliver our vital ‘Health and Wellbeing’ work to the people we support in 2020 and 2021. Their funding ensured that people got the social and wellbeing support they needed to stay motivated and keep going over a long and locked down winter. Thank you.
The London Community Response fund enabled us to use our kitchens and manpower to provide emergency meals for the homeless during lockdown; and to provide essential online support programmes for the people we support who were stuck in their homes. Thank you.
Camden Giving provided us with emergency support to launch our ‘Unity Works Online’ programme to keep in touch with over 200 people during lockdown. Thank you.
The Arsenal Foundation have long supported our work, most recently with an emergency grant to get our ‘Unity Works Online’ programme up and running as quickly as possible over lockdown. Thank you.
The Hampstead Wells and Campden Trust have funded us to support people with a learning disability in North London to get into work. Thank you.
Support from the Young Camden Foundation provided mental health and employment support for young people in Camden, at a time when they needed it most. Thank you.
Sport England’s ‘Return to Play’ funding programme has helped us to get our sports taster sessions up and running safely again after lockdown – we’ve never enjoyed them so much. Thank you.
Transport for London have funded our popular weekly walking group – and helped us to get people with a learning disability out in the fresh air and enjoying some exercise! Thank you.
The Wates Foundation have stepped up to the plate in the early stages of our ‘Unity Pie’ project to help us get it off the ground and make it the success we know it can be. Thank you.
The Alpkit Foundation have committed to support us to get people outdoors and enjoying the fresh air this year – much needed after the restrictions we’ve all had. Thank you.
The Arnold Clark Community Fund have supported us to run our much loved online sessions for the people we support. Far more than just ‘something to keep busy’, these sessions provide essential training and skills development to get more people with a learning disability on the road to work. Thank you.
Our thanks to the Walcot Foundation for selecting us to be part of their Bounceback Programme. This two-year project will support people in Lambeth to find jobs following the C19 pandemic. It’s an ambitious and far-reaching project and will make a huge impact on the lives of people living in the borough. We are proud to be part of it. Thank you.
The Garfield Weston Foundation have joined with us to make society a more inclusive place. Our thanks to them for supporting more people with a learning disability to get the skills and qualifications they need to find work. Thank you.
The Souter Charitable Trust share our conviction that people with a learning disability make every workforce a better place. Thank you to them for supporting people to launch their careers in today’s challenging climate. Thank you.
Thanks to the FB Coales No 4 (Family) Trust - and Denso Limited - we will be able to provide the depth and duration of support people need to get them into work – a service we cannot provide without charitable support. We’d like to say thank you for taking the time to learn about our work and for committing to support it. Thank you.
The Outdoor Industries Association share the spirit of exploration enjoyed by our ‘Adventurers’ Club’ – our regular walking group. Thanks to them people will be able to get active outdoors this winter. Thank you.
David Solomon's Charitable Trust
We are proud to have the support of the David Solomons Charitable Trust towards our apprenticeship scheme. Mainstream apprenticeships are inaccessible for people with a learning disability and we couldn’t deliver our in-house scheme without charitable funding like this. Thank you.