REMOVING BARRIERS

FOR CHILDREN, YOUNG PEOPLE, ADULTS, AND FAMILIES IN NEED OF SUPPORT

WHO WE ARE

We are a small, local registered Charity that was formed after the tragic death of much loved local lady, Cathie Stankevitch, in 2016. 

Our core values include family, happiness and opportunity, and we believe that everybody deserves all three.

We are proud of the positive community impact that we have had in such a short time, despite working within a tight funding budget, and we epitomise the old adage “a little can go a long way”.

Our success stories are varied and we have a unique offering across our diverse projects portfolio, that benefit people of all ages, genders, religions, sexual orientations, financial positions and mental/physical health conditions.

Who Supports Our Work?

We have numerous community focused organisations that support our work by providing staff volunteers, back-end support and financial support through company donations, sponsorship and also through project funding.

We are very fortunate that these companies share our Charity objectives and our core values, and the vital support enables us to deliver the projects that make a huge difference to the people we support.

SOME OF OUR WORK

Widnes Mens Shed Project

Our Charity financially supports the provision of the Widnes Mens Shed which is a project for men that alleviates loneliness and isolation in those over 55 years of age.

Provision of Vital Bursaries

We provide a cash bursary for people in most need of support, for things like a suit for a job interview or funding for a passport to help them open a bank account.

Young Ambassadors Program

We run organised programs of activities designed to build a generation of confident and happy young people, who will lead by example in their community.

ReSport Kit Gifting Project

Our project gifts sportswear and sports equipment to community members who face barriers to sports participation, enabling them to enjoy physical activity.

Character Building Sessions

We work alongside Master Steve from Matt Fiddes Martial Arts to deliver hard hitting behaviour changing sessions to young people at risk of offending.

Reducing Furniture Poverty

Our team of volunteers tackle this very real and growing problem by upcycling unwanted furniture and making items available to those most in need.

Provide a helping hand

Our Charity doesn’t operate with paid staff, it relies solely on volunteers. 100% of the money that we receive goes towards our activities.

Could you help us to help those most in need?

WILL YOU SUPPORT OUR LOCAL CAUSES?

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We need your help

We always need volunteers who love to help and see a value in what we do.

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