We have been raising money to help improve the lives of disabled and disadvantaged children since 2004 and have committed more than £97,000 towards projects within our community.
Our fundraising endeavours contributed £35,000 to the cost of a new sensory room at Rosehill School in Nottingham, which caters for pupils aged 4 to 19 who have autistic spectrum disorders.
We are also proud to have supported Wheelbase, a charity working to equip disadvantaged young people in Sneiton with vocational and academic skills. Our grant of £8,000 paid for tyre-fitting equipment and classes for pupils – many of whom have been excluded from mainstream schools.
Wooden Spoon Nottinghamshire has funded a range of projects.