Trusts and Foundations
How your support helps
We are continually seeking funding from Trusts and Foundations to support our work. Any funding received helps us to continue providing and developing our family support services. We work with families across the East of England, providing those who are hard to reach with essential support.
Our services cover areas including: youth mental health, perinatal mental health, educational attendance and attainment, children and families affected by imprisonment, and women who have had children removed and placed into care. Early intervention continues to be at the heart of everything we do – driven by the principle that prevention is always better than cure.
We are constantly seeking to extend and improve our services, always listening to families and acting upon feedback to ensure the best outcomes for our beneficiaries.
Last year we supported 13,678 family members facing challenging circumstances.
If you are a Trust or Foundation, we would be delighted to talk to you. Please call us on 01473 724517 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Helping children and families in the East of England
Trusts and Foundations that support us
We are always so thankful for all the fantastic support we receive but particularly want to acknowledge significant contributions from the following organisations, without whom we wouldn’t be able to help some of the children and families in our communities who are most in need:
|Annie Tranmer charitable trust|
|Austin and Hope Pilkington charitable trust|
|Bedfordshire Police and Crime Commissioner|
|National Lottery Awards for All|
|Children in Need|
|The Earl Fitzwilliam charitable trust|
|Essex Community Foundation|
|The Evelyn trust|
|Geoffrey Watling charitable trust|
|The Harpur trust|
|Harris Family charitable trust|
|John Jarrold trust|
|John Laing charitable trust|
|The Mercer's Company|
|Mrs L D Rope charitable settlement|
|Norfolk Community Foundation|
|Norfolk Public Health|
|The Pilgrim trust|
|Paul Bassham charitable trust|
|The Ranworth trust|
|The Rayne foundation|
|The Sobell foundation|
|Suffolk Community Foundation|
|Suffolk County Council|
|The Swire charitable trust|
|The Wixhamtree trust|
|The 29th May 1961 charitable trust|