Your help goes a long way
Although Living Potential receives social care funding to deliver direct support to individuals, we rely on charitable donations to ensure our service has the resources we need. Horticulture and animal care equipment, arts and crafts materials, musical instruments, transport costs such as vehicles to ensure activities can be accessed by all, up-to-date IT and sensory equipment to assist verbal communication, understanding and sensory needs, life-skills equipment such as for cooking and domestic tasks.
"Your generosity will make a huge impact on the people and places we support."
Your donations could also help us to develop promotional literature and web-based information to ensure we can reach as many people as possible who might benefit from nature-based interventions. We hope to expad to be able to hold open days, developent training and have outreach programs shortly.
"Some examples of how donations have been spent include purchasing a new polytunnel, training for staff, printing leaflets, buying T-shirts and fleeces to make us feel a team, art and crafts materials and equipment for the kitchen."
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Your financial help can mean Living Potential can open a world of therapeutic outdoor learning for all ages and abilities and help create the open community farm we envisage. Are you thinking of delivering any events that you would be sponsored for? If so you can now download a sponsor form and help with raising money for us.
If you would like to make a donation then please click on the button on the right.
Your help could enable Living Potential to open a world of therapeutic outdoor learning activities for all ages and abilities and would help to create the open community farm we envisage.
Are you thinking of delivering any events that you would be sponsored for? If so contact us to get your unique sponsorship form and join us in raising money for this fantastic farm.
If you would like to make an online donation, please click on the button below.
Here is how your everyday donations can help to make big difference to the adults and young people we support:
£10 might pay for seeds, bushes or trees in our allotment or equipment for the kitchen and art room.
£20 will help pay towards supporting the allotment through materials and equipment such as gloves, hoses, fruit cages
£50 will help fund the current small animal housing, feed costs and fencing.
£100 will enable us to provide new sensory and IT equipment for the adults and young people we support.
£500 will assist us in purchasing a new vehicle to get people to the activities we provide.