Sporting Challenge in West Lancashire, have been awarded £3000 from the William Openshaw St Trust to fund activities for people with disabilities.
The William Openshaw Street Trust, makes grants to registered charities working in Jersey and Lancashire (as defined before the 1974 boundaries changes). The Trust supports a wide range of activities in the following categories:
- General welfare (particularly the elderly, the blind and the disabled)
- Family and social welfare
Edward McCarthy Sporting Challenge Activities Organiser said: “On behalf of Sporting Challenge I wish to thank the Trust for their most generous finding award. Our numbers are growing and the majority of new members are aged 16-22. This is a key area we need to support. This number is set to grow over the years to come. We are working with Lancashire County Council to provide support/ sessions for adults transition aged (16-22) this can be a difficult time for the adults and their families. There is a lot of change and they can easily move from school/ college and not keep their friendships. Our group can help people make new friends, grow in confidence and keep fit and healthy. If you are a parent who is interested please get in touch !”
For more information on Sporting Challenge call 07971 299606 or email EdwardatEMSS@gmail.com
For more information on the Trust visit- https://www.vcatrafford.org/news/william-openshaw-street-trust