Burntisland Primary School had funding from us during lockdown to allow them to buy stationary for pupils who needed it most for their schoolwork 📚✏️😀
ICON Taekwon-Do, based in Glenrothes, is a not for profit group that teaches children martial arts from the age of 4. They encourage fitness, discipline, respect and gives them a reason to be proud of themselves. We recently bought them new mitts and gloves for their classes 😀
Pathhead Nursey In Kircaldy aims to give their children the best start to their learning through various types of play.
Having recently moved into a new building, they are developing the outdoor area for the children. We were happy to fund a planting area to give the children valuable outdoor experiences and develop their learning
The Submission Factory in Alloa aims to provide a fully equipped facility to teach children and young adults martial arts, promoting a health lifestyle and building confidence through training. We recently funded some training pads to ensure less privileged students have access to equipment so that they can take part in classes, whose family can’t afford to get their own. Some great photos of them being used, and they will now be even more useful now that outdoor non contact sport has resumed! 😀
Burntisland Playgroup made activity packs with our funding to encourage learning and play at home during the current COVID-19 restrictions. The packs included colouring pens, paints and paint brushes, skipping ropes, bubbles, baking supplies, arts and craft items, and outdoor chalk. This was to encourage the children to continue to play at home and develop their fine and gross motor skills ✨🎨
West Fife Fencing Club with their new training equipment, to grow the offer to existing and new members. Due to COVID-19 restrictions, they have been unable to do their normal activities, so have been offering alternatives to keep members active and engaged in the sport with this kit when restrictions have allowed
We recently funded Keira, who has Spastic Quadriplegic Cerebral Palsy and Epilepsy, with a High Lo Mobility Bed as part of her parents fantastic fundraising efforts to provide Keira with a well equipped bedroom. We loved receiving these photos of Keira cosy and comfy in her new bed where she loves to listen to music and play on her tablet 🥰
Some photos of a sensory pathway we funded for St Kenneth’s R C Primary School in Ballingry, as part of a nurture room set up within the school. This creates a safe space for children who struggle during the school day and also those who benefit from ‘brain breaks’
Great photo from registered charity The Bayside Community Football Club, who we recently supported to buy new equipment
Carnegie Dojo, Japanese Karate Association, who we provided 10 floor mats for, to help kids keep active and pursue sport.
“We get real pleasure in watching our students aged from 6 to 16 become full of confidence, respect and achieving personal goals in the sport of karate.” ✨