We are hugely grateful for the grants and funding we receive from our Funders and Sponsors. Without their generous contributions, we would not be able to continue our work supporting the ADHD community.
The RPLC has supported us since March 2020. They were our first grant funder shortly after we made the transition from voluntary group to charity. Their funding enabled us to hire our first employee and to support building our infrastructure to help us secure long-term sustainability as a community group.
Hampton Fund has generously supported us since July 2020 also as our early funders. They contributed directly toward the salary costs of our Operations Manager, who coordinates our activities and also contributes to the infrastructure build to ensure our long- term sustainability as a community group.
The Barnes Fund
The Barnes Fund has also been one of early supporters, providing generous funding since May 2020. Their grant has contributed to our organisational costs in order that we can support Barnes residents who are parents or professionals working with children and teens with ADHD.
The Garfield Weston Foundation
The Garfield Weston Foundation, one of the largest and most respected charitable institutions in the UK, has provided generous funding to us in April 2021. Their grant is contributing to our organisational costs to provide community services to the families and professionals who we support.
The National Lottery Community Fund
We are delighted to receive support from The National Lottery Community Fund, whose grant will enable us to offer heavily subsidised parenting courses for 12 months from July 2021.
The NHS has funded our Post Diagnosis Workshops for families resident in Richmond and Kingston Boroughs since 2015 and our Advice Clinics for families resident in Kingston residents since 2019.
Coop have been supporting us since October 2019 when we were selected as one of the causes members can support. We receive contributions based on Coop members selecting us as their local cause. The generous contributions received from being a local cause at the Coop is supporting our IT infrastructure rebuild and our rebranding.
Arnold Clark has been so generous in their contribution to us – it has gone to families facing financial hardship and paid for their places at our courses and webinars
Achieving for Children
Achieving for Children (https://www.achievingforchildren.org.uk/) have generously provided venues to host our workshops, events and meetings.
We have been a selected cause of Waitrose in Richmond in November 2020 in their Give a Little Love programme and they have additionally supported with refreshments at some of our events.
M&S have supported us by providing refreshments at some of our events