Blooming Blossoms Trust

Blooming Blossoms Trust

Charity information

Blooming Blossoms Trust

”Wildflowers aren’t naughty-just natural. ”
Kids need the space to just be, particularly children with special needs who are constantly faced with failure at school and at home. Blossoms supplements education for these children by providing fun and therapeutic activities and homework support which ensures that each child has access to additional help the require to reach the peek of their potential.
In our relaxed atmosphere children diffuse from accumulated stress and love to learn.

Founded 2007

  • Mission statement

    Blooming blossoms aims to weed barriers such as poverty, disability, social prejudices and limitations so that each child can thrive and blossom in a healthy environment which is conducive to their growth and development.

  • Aims

    Blooming Blossoms Trust aims to:

    • Support learning disabled children with additional learning therapy and fun recreational play which will be instrumental to their development of life and learning skills.
    • Help parents of deprived learning disabled children navigate through confusing maze of educational services, schools, funding and paperwork.
    • Offer free use of an equipped and supervised Occupational therapy and sensory haven to children and provide free on-site training NEET youth who can supplement therapist work on voluntary basis.
  • Overview

    Established: May 2007

    Registered Charity Number: 1119198

    Board members: 3

    Full time staff: 6

    Part time staff: 11

    Volunteers: 63

    Phone number: 020 3842 5327

    Address: 79 Gladesmore Road N15 6TL

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