Little Lives UK has donated 15 laptops to be used in their afterschool homework clubs for children who otherwise wouldn’t be able to complete their online learning due to not having their own technology at home. As part of our Technology Programme, Little Lives UK strive to end technology poverty and ensure that all children who are without the relevant technology for virtual learning and the seemingly ever increasingly virtual world, do have access to the equipment needed.
Little Lives UK are pleased to announce a donation to Aidexcel which have been working tirelessly to support services to their local community. Their focus is supporting parents and carers with children ages 0-25 who have mental, physical or sensory disabilities through advocacy, advice, guidance and training. Great pride is taken to support parents and carers cope with their challenging situations, making sure that through the parents being supported, their children will be getting the help and support they need to excel.
Little Lives UK are pleased to announce a donation to Magpie Dance in Bromley to help to support a summer dance school. We had been inspired by the work they carry out and have carried out for the past 36 years, helping those with learning disabilities.
Established in 2012, the London Basketball Association strives to benefit young people through their ethos of engagement and prevention and addressing specific issues young people face that can result in compounded difficulties in their adult lives if not addressed.
Little Lives UK were delighted to make a donation to Barking & Dagenham Youth Dance’ Street Dance Fitness project. As part of our ‘Children’s Community Support Programme’, we were inspired by the work they have done in their community, benefitting over 40,000 young people since they established in 2003.
Tiny Tim’s Children Centre recently got in touch with Little Lives UK, referring to some of the difficulties they have been facing due to Covid-19. As a charity, we know how much the pandemic has affected many tremendous organisations with the work they do helping young children. After chatting with them for a while, we were in no doubt that it would be worthwhile for us to offer some support to their centre, with a donation of £2,000.
Continuing with our Children’s Community Support Programme, one of the organisations we accepted into the programme are Sonshine Club. Specifically, our donation is going towards the weekly football sessions they arrange, which are very popular amongst children in their community.
Our new Children’s Community Support Programme is aiming to help children’s organisations based in London that are in need of support following the events of the past year. The second of these projects that we have chosen to support is The London Reading Centre’s ‘Music Marvels’ project.
Our donation will assist them with their efforts in helping children and young people, who have learning difficulties and are experiencing mental health related issues. Their ethos in aiming to support young people in the London community, to help them become confident and happy adults was a major factor in our offer of support.