Festive Lunch for Parent Carers

Today some of our lovely parent carers enjoyed a Christmas Lunch at The Cock in Macclesfield. This festive meal was part of Ruby’s Fund BeConfident project for parent carers and was made possible with a grant from N-Compass


Chamber of Commerce donation

Jackie Randles from East Cheshire Chamber of Commerce visited the centre to present us with monies raised from a recent raffle at a clay shoot and lunch. The sum of£225 was raised on the raffle and £100 for a pumpkin donated by Goostrey Home & Leisure which was auctioned.


Do you have 3 hours a month to spare?

Our monthly Sunday Stay & Play SEND group at Autism Inclusive needs a volunteer. Could you offer Ruby’s Fund 3 hours a month to support the running of this session? The role includes chatting to Parent Carers, playing games with the children, making a drink for families, setting up and clearing away at each session. … Continued


Join our team!

Ruby’s Fund have the following two job roles available as part of our Children and Young Peoples team. Please follow the links below for more information and to apply. Children & Young People Office Support Worker Children & Young People Session Supervisor Application deadline for both posts are 15th November 2021 at midday. Advertised on … Continued


Ruby’s Fund – Volunteer Family Support Service

Do you have experience working with families?  We are looking to expand our team with 3 new posts for our new Volunteer Family Support Service. This new service is commissioned by Cheshire East Council.  If you have a background in volunteer co-ordination and supporting adults and children of all abilities then please read on.  Please … Continued


Ruby’s Fund & The Georgia Leigh Ogden Foundation

Ruby’s Fund has received a donation of £3000 from The Georgia Leigh Ogden Foundation. The donation will be used to buy sensory toys and equipment that will benefit Cheshire East children with additional needs.  Alison Parr told us “The Georgia Leigh Ogden Foundation approached us to offer support and we agreed together that we would … Continued


Where to start

Many families, come to Ruby’s Fund not knowing where to start looking for the right support, or know what the right support may be for their child. The team at Ruby’s Fund have collated some useful guides that may help families to know where to go and how to get started on their journey if … Continued


Playworker vacancy

Ruby’s Fund are looking for a fun, active, enthusiastic, motivated and creative sensory problem solver with experience of working with disabled children, young people and their families. We are recruiting a playworker to join our team based in Congleton but will be required to work across Cheshire East. This is a unique opportunity to work … Continued


Join our Thriving Families Team

Our Thriving Families Team are looking to recruit a new team member in an Office Support Co-ordinator role. The role is for 16 hours per week and initially is an 8 month contract. Click here to find out more.


William Dean Trust hands over Cheque to Ruby’s Fund

Trustees from the William Dean Countryside and Educational Trust recently met with Alison Parr of Ruby’s Fund to hand over a cheque for £25,000.  The amount is a donation towards transforming the outdoor space at Ruby’s Fund located on Roe St, Congleton, to create a sensory garden.  A covered area is now in place with a transparent … Continued