Morecambe Road Fund
Morecambe Road Fund
Morecambe Road Fund is committed to enriching the lives of the pupils at Morecambe Road Special School through inclusion activities and opportunities and thereby enabling achievement.
The mission of Morecambe Road Fund is to provide enriching activities for children and young people with special educational needs and disabilities. The special needs range from autism, communication difficulties, physical disabilities and complex medical needs.
Activities include inclusion and access to varied opportunities such as outdoor education, sporting events, trips and extra curricular events. The aim is that through these activities the children and young people learn confidence building life skills. This builds on self esteem and provides children and young people with a sense of achievement and self belief to take into their adulthood. Funding is used for one to one care, specialist equipment and transport, support to families, respite care and sporting achievements.
Morecambe Road Fund and it's trustees are committed to establishing and building on links within the community so that the children and young people access facilities and community groups long term; that is the links do not cease when they leave Morecambe Road School. It is our ethos that all children and young people should be engaged equally in their communities regardless of ability
The Fund is also used for economically disadvantaged children and young people so that opportunities are accessed by all.
Morecambe Road Fund aims to:
- enabling achievement of children and young people with special educational needs and disabilities
- the advancement of citizenship and community awareness
- the advancement of amateur sport amongst our pupils
- the relief of those in need by reason of learning difficulties and disabilities
Established: September 2010
Registered Charity Number: 1138046
Board members: 10
Phone number: 01524 414384
Address: Morecambe Road School Morecambe Road Morecambe LA3 3ABView charity accounts on the Charity Commission website