We’ve Distributed over £2,500 across 6 local groups in Aylesbury in 2016
Over £2,500 has been distributed to local good causes in Aylesbury, including supporting the development of young people through the 1st Aylesbury Scout Group.
Our colleagues contributed over 200 volunteering hours in Aylesbury in 2016.
Our Local Charity Partner in this area was Twiggywinkles. Over £2,000 has been raised for Tiggywinkles in 2016
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Tiggywinkles is a British animal welfare charity and veterinary hospital,also known as St Tiggywinkles and The Wildlife Hospital Trust. Tiggywinkles, which specialises in the rescue and treatment of wild animals, was founded in 1983 as the wildlife Hospital Trust by Les Stocker and is the first wildlife hospital. The name derives from the hedgehog character in the Beatrix Potter's story the tale of Mrs. Tiggy-Winkle.
Our Local Charity Partner is Aylesbury Alzheimer's Society
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Aylesbury Alzheimer’s Society is one of 3,000 services across England, Wales and Northern Ireland offering information, care and support to people with dementia, their families, friends and carers. These include Dementia Cafés, Singing for the Brain® sessions, and Dementia Advisers, Dementia Support Workers and Side by Side volunteers who support people to keep doing the things they enjoy.
Local Opportunity Partners
Headway are based in Fairford Leys in Aylesbury. Headway Aylesbury Vale provides specialist services and support to people with an acquired brain injury and other neurological conditions, their families, and carers across the north of Buckinghamshire.
Since 2003 we have been helping out community to live as independently as possible and helping them achieve their full potential. They can be contacted at Headway Aylesbury Vale, Ground Floor, 44 Riverside House, Fairford Leys, Aylesbury HP19 7HL. Telephone 01296 415469 and by e-mail at email@example.com
Booker Park School
Booker Park School is organised into three departments. Redwood Department caters for Early Years pupils with a range of needs, and primary aged pupils with profound and multiple learning difficulties and pupils with low functioning autism and sensory processing difficulties. Silver Birch caters for pupils from Year 1 to Year 6 who have a range of learning difficulties from moderate to severe. Approximately a third of pupils have an additional diagnosis of autism. Linden Department is for pupiles from Year 1 to Year 6 who experience behaviour, emotional and social difficulties, and/or high functioning autism. They can be contacted at The Vale Federation, Booker Park Community School, Stoke Leys Close, Kynaston Avenue, Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire HP21 9ET
Groups and Schools
We are currently working with Booker Park School and details of the pupils they can help with can be found in the section above 'Local Opportunity Partners'.
Download the year-end impact report.