Apex helps our friends at Central Cheshire Buddy Scheme
Apex Connected have had the pleasure of meeting up with our friends at the Central Cheshire Buddy Scheme in Shavington. We are proud continue to offer our backing through the donation of art materials.
Children and young people with disabilities, their families and siblings are supported through activity clubs, holiday clubs and residential breaks. Help is provided to over 100 young people and their families. With this there is a need for ongoing resources.
The children meet regularly and have access to stimulating and creative activities. Families can also have much needed respite. Funding is needed to keep the centre stocked with consumable materials, which Apex’s director Chris Hutchings is keen to do.
We are delighted to say that our donation of art materials, including paper, paints, brushes and related items was gratefully received by their founder Stephanie Lawley.
Stephanie showed her appreciation: “Our children are thrilled to receive this gift. It is so important that they have the opportunity to play in a warm and supportive environment and this kind donation will help to provide the stimulus they need”.”
Juliet Jones, from Apex’s administration team added “The work that Stephanie has been doing is inspiring. The dedication of the staff and volunteers is also obvious. As a result the children are clearly very happy. This is the second year that Apex have had the pleasure of meeting and donating to this important scheme. We hope that our relationship will continue over the years to come”.”
Apex Connected remain dedicated to providing local charities with ongoing support. Therefore we will report back soon on current and new initiatives. In the meantime, you can see Stephanie’s good work on their website http://cheshirebuddies.co.uk/index.html