Rosie's Helping Hands - Changing Children's Lives
Grants Awarded
2014 to 2017
Donation to Medicine
Rosie's Walk Mini-site
Event Photographs
Grants Awarded

A small skate park was built in 2004 on the playing fields in Stonnall, near Lichfield, after young people requested the facility. They did some fundraising themselves and the Playing Field Association also gave a grant. With our donation they were able to buy the first piece of equipment. A local experienced skater helped with the design. This is an on-going project for the youngsters of Stonnall.
Good Start Nursery in Brownhills is a charitable Children's Day Nursery, providing local working families with excellent daycare facilities. We are very pleased to be able to help them towards the cost of a new part time Nursery Nurse to cover the busy lunchtime period.
Aldridge 425 Air Cadets. We are delighted to give a donation towards the cost of a new minibus. Transport is a vital to the work the Cadets undertake each year from helping out at numerous community events like Rosie's Walk, as well as working towards their Duke of Edinburgh Awards and training events/courses at RAF bases.

Aldridge 425 Air Cadets received a donation from Rosie's Helping Hands
Hothouse at Redhouse in Aldridge holds activities for local children and young people during evenings, weekends and holidays. The small outdoor patio has undergone a refurbishment enabling the space to be used as a rest and play area. This is a suntrap during the summer so Rosie's Helping Hands gave a donation towards the cost of a large canopy to protect the users of the garden from the sun.
Birmingham Hippodrome Panto Appeal. Each year the hippodrome arrange for children from Birmingham’s children hospital to visit the pantomime and meet members of the cast. This provides a real treat for the young patients and their families through often difficult times. We are happy to support the appeal.
Olivia's story and bravery touched our hearts. Olivia is 6 years old; having survived the disease meningitis Olivia then faced having a quadruple amputation due to blood poisoning. Olivia will need lots of specialized equipment for herself and her home. We, along with hundreds of other well-wishers have given a donation to the Olivia Trust Fund to help with the expenses involved.
Three pre-school groups continued to benefit from the storytelling sessions with Louise.
Rosie's Helping Hands
Registered Charity Number: 1097278
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