The relief of need for people with learning disabilities (“the beneficiaries”), with a view to helping them develop their own capacities so that they may better meet their own needs
Our vision is to have a society where excluded, disadvantaged, marginalised and vulnerable adults with learning disability are valued as individuals, and are enabled to achieve their full potential.
Our mission is to maximise opportunities for excluded, disadvantaged, marginalised and vulnerable adults with learning disability.
Able Foundation aims to:
- To provide in the interests of social welfare facilities for recreation or other leisure time occupation for the beneficiaries, so as to help relieve their social isolation and exclusion, and improve their conditions of life.
- The relief of poverty and sickness in particular among for the beneficiaries The expression ‘learning disabilities’ shall mean people who have mild, moderate or severe learning disability or disabilities.”
- To provide in the interests of social welfare places in supported housing for the beneficiaries so that their disabilities may be relieved and their condition of life improved.
- The relief of unemployment for the public benefit, in particular for the beneficiaries, in such ways as may be thought fit, including assistance to find employment
Established: October 2010
Registered Charity Number: 1138644
Board members: 5
Full time staff: 1
Part time staff: 4
Phone number: 02036525747
Address: 47 Corbylands RoadSidcupKent DA15 8JGView charity accounts on the Charity Commission website
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