The main aim of Inclusively Taekwondo is to support children and adults with additional needs enabling them to have equal access to taekwondo at Wirral & Chester Taekwondo Academy. The Academy is an established, family orientated taekwondo centre in Bromborough, Wirral. Students with additional needs are given tailored, individual support enabling them to train, progress and compete as independently as possible within their individual capabilities. The support offered is tailored to individual needs and includes: 1. Basic skills. These classes are offered to complete beginners and to those already attending Academy classes who are struggling with the taekwondo basics. 2. One to one lessons. Some may not have the confidence to attend the six week course or Academy classes and may benefit from one to one sessions to learn the basics. 3. Supported sessions in Academy classes An Inclusively Taekwondo Instructor supports students with additional needs within Academy classes. The concept of the charity began with a young boy called Ryan who has a social communication disorder. This is what his mum has to say: Before finding this club, my son Ryan had always been unable to participate in any clubs (despite my best efforts) due to his social disorders and worrying low confidence. However, since receiving help from the club, Ryan has come on in leaps and bounds, not only physically but socially and emotionally also. From not being able to leave my side and train on the mats...... (with tireless efforts and encouragement from the instructors) he has now completed six gradings and is looking forward to competing in a competition next year! 18 months ago I could have never dreamed of this. I really can't recommend them enough and I am thrilled that this support could now be extended for other children to benefit from, as I know first-hand what a huge and positive impact it can have on their lives! From Angela Donegan (a very proud 'Inclusively TaeKwon Do parent!)
Gorta’s mission is to work for a world free from the injustices of chronic hunger, poverty and disease, having special regard for the plight of children and the empowerment of women. Gorta establishes partnerships with local communities to ensure that their needs are met in a holistic and sustainable way.
You and Me Counselling advocates for young people aged 10-25 and their families who have experienced various types of abuse and may have disadvantage backgrounds. We provide practical rehabilitation for young offenders being released from prison and support their reintegration into the community.
York Rescue Boat is an independent search and rescue charity, based in York, North Yorkshire. Founded in 2014 after a series of deaths in the city’s rivers, York Rescue Boat has grown from humble beginnings raising money out of the back of a car, to a highly trained and capable team becoming renowned for its work both in York and further afield. Our work centres around the Rivers Ouse and Foss in York. Uniquely we work to make the city safer by carrying out combined patrols by boat and on foot at high risk times every weekend throughout the year as apposed to just responding to emergency calls. We also cover other times as requested by North Yorkshire Police or other agencies.
Our mission is to partner and support the community of Nzara in the south west of South Sudan. Ideas for projects come from the community through Bishop Samuel Peni, the Bishop of Nzara and 99% of the funds we raise go directly to the community. Our main focus is St. Timothy's School, Nzara which started as one class of 35 under a mango tree six years ago and now has over 500 children, 4 classrooms and seven teachers. The school has a high reputation because of it's qualified teachers, tried and tested curriculum and good management. The next stage of development is a teacher training program for new teachers so that as the school grows the children continue to have high quality teaching. We also fund 42 women with a well organised microfinance scheme. Many of these women are widows and their small loans and training enable them to set up small businesses like market stalls and support their family independently. The maternal mortality rate is South Sudan is one of the highest in the world and so far we have trained and equipped over 50 Traditional Birth Attendants which has reduced the maternal mortality rate to very low levels. To maintain our partnership we communicate regularly, receive photos, school reports and exchange self funded visits. By keeping our expenses very low, and using volunteers extensively, we aim to develop our links with the Nzara community long term and make a really positive difference in all our lives.
Names are the keys to keeping track of the world’s biodiversity, linking information and grounding policies and laws. The International Commission on Zoological Nomenclature (ICZN, with ITZN Trust support) provides the governance that keeps sense and stability in scientific names of animals.
Youth Initiatives - Northern Ireland registered Charity (XR19757) YI is a cross-community youth organisation serving young people from West & East Belfast, Downpatrick and Banbridge. Our relational outreach youthwork in deprived areas aims to awaken hope, inspire initiative & mobilise young people.
Macrobert is an arts centre based in Stirling, and a vibrant cultural hub for Scotland. We nurture artists, foster new work in multiple art forms, and encourage creative collaborations. Our award-winning productions are performed at festivals and theatres throughout the world.
FQMS works to advance medical education throughout Palestine and the medical school at Al Quds University, Jerusalem, supporting visiting lecturers, examiners, teaching materials, student and faculty participation in conferences, clinical supervision, specialist training, the development of e-learning & video conferencing, shelter for students on clinical rotation under curfew.
Our mission is to raise the achievement of children, regardless of background, and to provide them with equal choices and opportunities in life. By developing a network of exceptional school leaders, we are transforming challenging schools and working to eradicate educational disadvantage.
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.The Children and War Foundation (www.childrenandwar.org) develops group methods to help children adjust to the stress reactions caused by war and disasters. It provides training and simple measures to evaluate programmes. Currently working with partners in Syria and the West Bank.
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Oathall College Association (The OCA) is the Parent Teacher Association for Oathall Community College. It raises funds for the school to finance equipment and events not covered by normal school budgets. It also acts as a link between parents and staff at the school.
Stepladder is about success, aspiration and achievement! Founded in 2000, our pioneering work is establishing new, imaginative and flexible approaches to learning and achievement for Black, Asian, minority ethnic heritage and working class young people who are identified by the DFE as disadvantaged.
Friends of Gillespie(FoG) is the parent teacher association for Gillespie Primary School, a small, vibrant, inner-city community school in Highbury, north London, with pupils from a variety of backgrounds and cultures. FoG raises funds to support the school and aims to help provide the best possible learning environment for the children. We do this by organising and supporting fun social & educational events such as a summer fair, Halloween party, quiz nights, an international food evening and theatre and other off-site trips (including a Christmas pantomime trip for the whole school) and an annual sponsored run/cycle ride for the children. FoG has helped transform the school playground into a stimulating learning environment and is currently focussing on Gillespie School’s trailblazing Lab_13 primary science scheme. Many of the children speak English as a second language and around 17% are eligible for free school meals. For more information please visit the school’s website: http://www.gillespie.islington.sch.uk
Neighbourhood Networks has been supporting vulnerable people since 2001. A charity based in Glasgow which supports vulnerable adults, many with learning disabilities, mental health issues, physical disabilities and older people to live an independent life, safely, within their own homes and to be fully involved within their local communities. To this end we facilitate peer support networks amongst people who are otherwise socially isolated. Upskilling our members so they can help and support each other and be less reliant on paid support. We have 24 Networks supporting almost 200 members across Central Belt of Scotland. Each of our members are supported to develop their own personal plan which focuses on independent travel, money management, life skills as well as building friendships and relationships. Our members are encouraged to share their skills and offer support to other members within their own networks, as well as people in networks across the organisation. The outcomes for our members are a better quality of life: they are safer, stronger, more confident and able to live independently in their own homes. They will learn to travel independently. They are no longer isolated and lonely, and they themselves are sharing these new skills with the other members- skills such as cooking, safety at home along with offering guidance around the dangers of the internet. Our members are reaching out and offering the chance of friendships and companionship to other vulnerable groups around them. Together, we hope to break down barriers which often exist for people with disabilities. We hope to inspire people, create a feeling of acceptance and belonging, a sense of neighbourly involvement and to re energise neighbourly connections.
It is 21 years since The Eric Thompson Trust was established in memory of Eric Thompson OBE who dedicated his life to music and musicians. Since 1993 the Trust has supported over 100 aspiring young organists with modest grants, and we now plan broaden our reach with increased levels of support.
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