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Our Charity

Ruby’s Fund is a charity providing social, sensory, educational and recreational services for children, young people, their families and carers at our Sensory Centre located in Congleton.

Ruby’s Fund provides an inclusive and accessible sensory centre supporting and nurturing children to maximise their full potential.

We run a timetable of events and activities and there is no formal referral process contact us here.


We’ve launched our biggest ever fundraising challenge!

We want to safeguard Ruby’s Fund for the future by buying our building. #BOBAPPEAL

You can ‘Buy a Brick‘ or maybe buy one of our funky silicone wristbands.

If you want to help us with fundraising please contact us on Tel: 01260 277666



Support Us

Donations are always welcome and can be donated in several ways:

  • Click on the donate button at the top right of our home page and donate online via virgin money giving link
  • Cheques made payable to RUBY’S FUND posted to Meridian House, Roe Street Congleton, Cheshire, CW12 1PG

Upcoming events & workshops

Makaton Workshop 22/11/18 11am-1pm. Click here for to find out more

Congleton Christmas Light Switch on 24/11/18 12-5pm Congleton Town Hall

Additional Needs Saturday Social Christmas Party 24/11/18 1:30-3:30pm

Christmas Party Night at Congleton Cricket Club 24/11/18 7:30pm until late. £10pp

Christmas Sensory Afternoon 5/12/18 1:30-3:30pm £4 Booking required

Christmas Party 18 months+ 13/12/18 10am-12pm £10 Booking required

Christmas Messy Play 0-18 months 13/12/18 1-3pm £4 booking required

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If you’re not happy with something at Ruby’s Fund, please see our complaints policy 2018

Latest News

‘Spooktacular’ Ruby’s Centre is nineteenth venue to connect communities

The latest Connected Communities centre opening had a Halloween theme and was attended by about 100 people who enjoyed a range of spooky games and fun-filled activities. Ruby’s Fund, in Congleton, was packed with children and families at the end of October – all of whom came to join in the celebrations to recognise the … Continued