We were very happy to help 4 Steps to a Smile charity with donation of presents at Christmas for Walsall children and young people who would not have otherwise received a gift.
Hothouse based in Aldridge received a donation for
new equipment for their popular weekly children and young peoples
Football Club in Willenhall has grown in numbers since
receiving funding from Rosie’s charity last year. We are
continuing to support this project by helping to provide more
opportunities for the local children (boys and girls) to participate
in training and matches, with parents playing an active role
in the development of the club by training to be football coaches,
the more coaches allows more children to join and creates more
Blakenall Children’s & Youth Project received
funding for room hire for their thriving weekly clubs which
attracts 60 children and youths from the Bloxwich area each
week. The young people enjoy the facilities of pool tables and
computers as well as structured activity and games, within a
safe and supervised environment.
Project based in Walsall offers free counselling and
support to bereaved children and young people. Swing is a project
Rosie’s charity is proud to support each year. Last year
the project helped 115 young lives cope with the tragic loss
of a close relative or friend. The support offered by Swing
is ongoing until the child or young person feels able to manage
on their own.
Play Projectbased in Birmingham provides
primary school aged children with a safe and supervised environment
after school and during school holidays. We are pleased to support
the vital work this project offers children and their families
living within the inner city.
4 Work based in Birmingham received a grant to help
young people between the ages of 16 years and 25 years into
quality employment. The grant helps with costs of initial travel
passes, books, course fees and special equipment like computer
keyboards for those with sight impairments.
support of Clayhanger Village TRA with 12 months hire
of premises for youth club facilities.
Literature Festival ‘The Hungary Caterpillar’
project for children aged 0-5 years by helping towards the cost
of art & craft workshops for 235 children.
Alliance based in Birmingham received a grant for a
Media Box project involving hard to reach young people. The
grant helped to buy a computer for graphic design work. www.thisisourvoice.wordpress.com
Youth Club near Stourbridge received funding for hire
of youth club premises for 12 months. The Youth Group is very
popular with local teenagers providing them with a safe environment
and activities involving the community run by local Community
Support Police Officers.
Avenues Community Team, Brownhills received a grant
to provide youngsters in Brownhills with Sports Coaching for
3 weeks over the summer holidays as well as purchasing new sports