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We have recently won a Big Lottery bid for New Dawn New Day in Leicester which raised £287,991.
Care & Repair are delighted to announce that we have been awarded £235,487 for the expansion of an existing project that aims to support older people in Manchester to live independently in their own homes for longer and improve their quality of life.
The Organisation of Blind Afro Caribbeans achieved a Reaching Communities grants of almost £300,000 with the support of our National Lottery specialist.
Headway, the brain injury association, has now received well over £3 million in legacies as a result of the campaign we devised in 2002. The campaign, which took the theme "Your gift - their future" and used legacy champions Bill and Ann Hurley to encourage other supporters to join them in leaving a legacy. The campaign was supported by legacy literature and the Headway website and aimed to support both the local Headway branches and its central UK operations. Our Director, Simon George, who planned the campaign, said: "This is a great example of how a legacy campaign, given time, can make a big difference to a charity's income. The return on investment on this low cost campaign has also been stunning, perhaps as much as 100:1."
The Museum of Science and Industry has recently received a grant of £125,000 from a major trust as a result of work we carried out for the Museum's building redevelopment programme. Other results for this appeal are also pending.
Over £1.9 million raised for Graeae Theatre Company from trusts and statutory sources for their new studios and for programme costs.
In 2013, Graeae received a grant of grant of £325,000 over four years towards the Artist Development Programme, including the new Write to Play project.
£180,000 raised from trusts and £350,000 from statutory funders for Life Education Centres, West Midlands.
£667,000 raised from trusts for Calibre Audio Library.
East Cheshire Hospice recently commissioned us to review its social media activity and to provide a day of interactive training to the fundraising and communications team.
Adelaide House, an approved premise for female offenders and a registered charity run under the auspices of the Anglican Diocese of Liverpool, commissioned us to carry out a funding feasibility study into the potential to raise £3 million for a new facility.
is a disabled-led theatre company of actors, writers and directors with
physical and sensory impairments. It is the leading British company in
its field, with a reputation for innovative work, built around the
creative use of sign language and audio description.
Action on Disability - formally HAFAD - is a local disability charity in Hammersmith and Fulham that
sought our help in replacing lost funding by developing new income
streams for its service delivery.
charity Support After Murder and Manslaughter works with many of the
families left behind when a relative has been illegally killed in the
UK, with support and a listening ear provided by people who have
experienced similar tragedies themselves.
LEC WM is a regional charity based in Birmingham, specialising in
delivering health and drug education to primary school children, their
parents and carers.
St George's is a long-standing client, for whom we have provided both strategic and fundraising support.
CLDF is a national charity and the only organisation in the UK
dedicated to fighting liver disease in children. Its work lies in three
integral areas: innovative medical research, health education for
healthcare professionals and the public and support programmes for
families and young people affected by liver disease.
A recent fundraising review for a major hospital is a good example
of an assignment delivered by a specialist team of consultants working
up to provide much needed help for carers locally, Camden Crossroads
has been working with the community in Camden for 25 years.
MAF is a pioneering and unique charity - flying medical help, food
aid, medical supplies and church workers to people living in remote and
inhospitable places in the developing world.
Founded by the late Sir Peter Scott, the Wildfowl & Wetlands
Trust is an important conservation charity, operating 9 wetland visitor
centres in the UK and a wide range of conservation programmes.
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