Grant-makers have the power to help us launch and develop exciting rehabilitation projects that transform lives. We encourage funders (and prospective funders!) to visit our centre to see our projects in action and gain a true understanding of the tremendous impact grants have on our work. 

We gratefully acknowledge the invaluable support of the following trusts, foundations, community groups and local businesses, who have made great things happen for people affected by brain injury in Nottingham and Nottinghamshire:

Rothera Family Charity Trust
Scape Group
Nottingham County Council's Local Improvement Scheme
Members of Radcliffe on Trent Gardening Club
The Duke of Portland's Charitable Trust 
The wonderful friends and family of Blaine Thomas
Skipton Building Society
Masonic Charitable Trust 
Mansfield Building Society
Potter Clarkson
One Stop Carriers for Causes 
The Nottingham Park Garden Trail 

Co-op Local Cause Fund

(and the people of Nottingham who buy their groceries at their local Co-op store!)

Boots Charitable Trust
Moto in the Community Trust 
Austin and Hope Pilkington Trust 
Didymus Charity 
TEAM (Together Everyone Achieves More)
Ropewalk Chambers
Santander Foundation
Edwalton Probus Club
Lloyds Bank Foundation 
The Transform Foundation
Radcliffe on Trent Lions Club
Boshier-Hinton Foundation
The Sobell Foundation
The Hospital Saturday Fund
Greggs Foundation
Nottinghamshire Freemasons 

How could you get involved?

Do you represent a grant-maker of any size, a local business or community group?  Does your employer have a charitable giving scheme?

We welcome visits to our centre in Bilborough, Nottingham so you can witness the need for your support and how funded projects make a sustainable and significant difference to local lives affected by brain injury.

Whatever the size of your organisation, you can change lives for the better by...

  • supporting one of our existing innovative and essential rehabilitation projects, or helping us develop new ones based on evidenced need
  • funding or contributing to the community-based support provided by our Outreach Worker who provides practical support and ensures people who have suddenly acquired disabilities following brain injury do not spiral into poverty
  • underpinning all our vital work by making a contribution towards our core costs; funding our small but amazing Support Work team or simply helping us to keep the lights on!

If you could help us, please contact [email protected] or 0115 9679669 to begin our journey!