Partner Organisations

We have partnered with many charities and organisations in our work of helping people find opportunity in their challenges. Some have been the catalyst in nominating individuals who need help, where others have been the providers of the much-needed help.

 

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Matt Hampson Foundation provides many helpful services to people who have suffered serious injury or disability, from any cause, but in particular relating to sports. We have jointly worked with them to provide practical help in the form of Wheelchairs and equipment for some of our award recipients.

Related Award Winners
[Jamie Stead

Small Strides Logo Small Strides is a horse based learning and activities centre, which specialize in working with children on the autistic spectrum and with special educational needs or disabilities. They offer a range of programs including therapeutic and educational programs, to which five of our young award recipients have participated in.

Related Award Winners
[Ashley]

Special Effect Logo Special Effect use technology, games and play to put fun and inclusion back into the lives of people with physical disabilities. They provided a wheelchair mounted eye-control keypad for one of our award recipients.

Related Award Winners
[Rob Camm]

On Course Foundation OnCourse Foundation supports the recovery of injured and sick Service personnel and veterans through nationwide golf events and employment in the golf industry. They have nominated several of our award recipients, especially some with PTSD and related mental health conditions.

Related Award Winners 
[James Hill]
[Vikrant Gurung]
[John Devlin]

Sports Aid Logo Sports Aid is a UK based sports charity helping the next generation of British sports men and women. They provide support and recognition during the critical early stages of their careers. With them we have jointly provided much needed sports wheelchairs and equipment to young and disabled athletes.

Related Award Winners
[David Murphy & Nathan Blackie]

Wooden Spoon  The Wooden Spoon wheelchair rugby campaign started in 2016 to support tomorrow’s superstars. Our vision at Wooden Spoon is that every child and young person, no matter what their background has access to the same opportunities – through the power of rugby. This life-changing campaign provides young people with disabilities better opportunities to play wheelchair rugby and helps to positively transform their lives.

 

Wooden Spoon  The Charitable Foundation for the Education of Nepalese Children (CFENC) is a small not-for-profit charity founded in 2009. They work with great passion to help and improve the educational opportunities available to all children of all ages and backgrounds in Nepal. This is achieved though the provision of grants covering tuition and fees, as well as supplying educational materials, stationery and equipment all with the aim to advance individuals in their education. CFENC’s remit also covers the relief of financial need and suffering among victims of natural or other kinds of disaster in Nepal. This led to their very active involvement with relief efforts in the Nepal 2015 earthquakes.

 

The Margaret Carey Foundation Delivers community & prison-based work projects where prisoners rescue and repair scrapped bicycles and wheelchairs. Offenders develop a positive work ethic, gain useful skills and become better prepared for employment after release. The refurbished bikes and wheelchairs go to communities in need, in England and in developing countries.

Related Award Winners
[John Hyde] 

Care for Veterans (formerly The Queen Alexandra Hospital Home). Provide long term nursing care, rehabilitation, respite and award-winning end of life care to disabled ex-Servicemen and women. They nominated and helped our first ever award winner

Related Award Winners
[Nathan Dodsworth]