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We support the best in patient care and medical research for the Blackpool, Fylde and Wyre area.
Blackpool Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust is a vital element of the community on the Fylde Coast, and also regionally, thanks to the work of the Lancashire Cardiac Centre and the Haematology Unit.
If you want to raise money in support of a particular hospital, ward or department, we will ensure your wishes are honoured and will encourage staff in those areas to think about how your donation will be used to enhance their patients’ care.
Whatever the size of donation you choose to make, you can be sure that it will make a lasting difference and benefit future generations of patients. Blue Skies makes a positive difference every single day to patients, their families and friends.
At DanceSyndrome, people of all ages and abilities are supported to challenge themselves, express themselves and believe in themselves.
We provide community dance workshops throughout the North West. Our dancers can complete accredited training to become dance leaders and are given the opportunity to perform at live events throughout the UK.
Our work inspires and empowers both dancers and audiences to believe that opportunities are endless for people who refuse to be defined by disability.
WELCOME TO PLATFORM TWO C.I.C.
A Community Interest Company
Platform Two CIC is a not for profit organisation which evolved from an idea between friends Alison and Grace who realised that they had a passion for retail and charity.
Our aim to support local charities and community projects throughout the year, this will be via social media, online sales, events, fundraising and working with the local community.
Our concept is to source donations of clothes, books, Cd’s & DVD’s, small electricals, bric-a-brac, then to sort into online selling, selling at events, upcycling or recycling. This will raise much needed vital funds for their causes and we are environmentally aware of the local recycle footprint.
We help the charities recruit and train volunteers in valuable skills and we also work with colleges in the local area.
We collect all donations across the Fylde Coast, please give us a call.
Thank you for your support.
Streetlife is a charity that supports vulnerable young people aged 16 to 25. They operate an emergency night shelter and inspirational day centre in Blackpool. Streetlife supports 400+ different young people each year to address their issues and move onto successful independent living.
I am a Director of the Washington Group, a community not for profit organisation. I am a qualified youth worker. My organisation
Social Action Projects – To work to support organisations and individuals to bring about social change for the benefit of their communities. We will provide opportunities in accessing capacity support, funding and training to support communities.
Research & Consultancy – Our research aims to apply mixed methodological approaches to evaluate, measure and review areas of community engagement, learning and development. Our approach intends to incorporate participatory research methods, developing a community of practice, alongside implementing evidence based praxis which supports our ethos of social mobility and co-production.
Education & Learning – To provide learning and training opportunities to all members of the community to improve their well-being.
Community Events- Evidence based research shows that targeted community events such as International Women’s & Men’s Day and the Community Big Lunch create greater community cohesion and community sustainability through co design approaches. Currently organising IWDFestival March 2019 and IMDFestival Nov 2019
Trinity Hospice & Brian House Children’s Hospice provide free of charge palliative care and support to adults and children who are suffering with a life threatening/life limiting condition, many of whom have multiple complex needs.
To provide compassionate care on the journey towards the end of life.
We provide specialist care for adults and children who have life threatening or life limiting illnesses.
In Patient Unit Offers:-
24 hour specialist palliative care for up to 16 patients (once the refurbishment is completed)
Patients & relatives are treated as members of a family and invited to share in the community spirit engendered in the Hospice. Priorities in the care of patients and their relatives are directed towards meeting their physical, psychological and spiritual needs, enabling the family unit to remain cohesive throughout the patient’s stay.
The aim is that the atmosphere is homely and relaxed allowing the patients to be as independent as possible.
To maintain our family of services we need to raise over £4 million every year.
We receive £2.5 million each year from the Local Primary Care Trusts & a small amount from the Department of Health.
Our entire service costs around £7 million a year to run, every penny we raise makes a real difference!
Unique Kidz and Co provides childcare for children and young people with disabilities aged 5-19 through our afterschool and holiday clubs. Our centre offers a safe and welcoming environment which is equipped and staffed to provide the best possible social and play experience for your child.
In 2016, we opened 4Ever Unique to provide daytime support for young adults aged 16-25 which runs 5 days a week 9am-3pm. We also run Stay and Play sessions for children under 5 and a Siblings Group for anyone over the age of 8 who has a disabled sibling.
As a small, local charity fundraising is very important to us and throughout the year we are constantly looking for opportunities to raise funds to help change the lives of disabled children and young people living in the North West.