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

What Ruby’s Fund has been doing during COVID 19

Since lockdown Ruby’s Fund have been busy supporting children with special educational needs and disabilities and their families across Cheshire East. Thanks to grant funding from Cheshire East Brighter Ideas project, Ruby’s Fund has been able to create a bespoke case management tool which encompasses all of the services, facilities and support Ruby’s Fund provides. … Continued

Volunteer Recruitment Coffee Morning 8th Feb 10am-12pm

Join us at Ruby’s Fund on Saturday 8th February between 10am – 12pm for a volunteer recruitment morning. We are seeking a broad range of volunteers from aged 16 years+. If you are fun-loving, with a good sense of humour, are a good listener and are caring about Ruby’s Fund and the work we do … Continued

Donation instead of a Christmas Card Campaign

It’s that time of year where you or your business maybe starting to think about buying Christmas cards. Instead of Christmas Cards why not choose an environmentally friendly alternative and donate to Ruby’s Fund donation instead of a Christmas Card campaign. Your support can help us to help families of children with additional needs who … Continued

Kanga Health Ltd support Ruby’s Fund

Kanga Health Ltd, the international digital health business based in Congleton, has donated £1000 to Ruby’s Fund to help with the BOB (Buy our Building) appeal.  Ruby’s Fund Sensory Centre, which provides services for children with additional needs and their families, opened in the Meridian House, Roe Street, Congleton in 2014 and has been awarded … Continued

Fundraising update

**FUNDRAISING UPDATE** todate with your support we have raised £32,040.00 for our Buy Our Building appeal. An amazing sum but we need to keep going! Our huge thanks and gratitude to all of our supporters far and wide https://www.rubysfund.co.uk/buy-our-building-appeal/

Town House in the Park Event

We are so happy to announce Townhouse in the Park raised £600.00 from nursery and community contributions donated. Town House Nurseries kindly support two charities, ourselves Ruby’s Fund and PeterPan Centre for Children with Special Needs, who support children with additional needs to have the very best start in life. This event could not have happened … Continued

Local charity awarded grant to purchase new sensory equipment

Ruby’s Fund has been presented with a grant of £2,500 from MAXIMUS Foundation UK to contribute towards new sensory equipment to stimulate and entertain children and young people with disabilities. Alison Parr, Director at Ruby’s Fund, received the donation from Kristina Moore, Trustee for MAXIMUS Foundation UK, and Christopher Bobs from MAXIMUS who nominated the … Continued

Teddy Bears Picnic Success!

On Wednesday 13th June, Kirsty, Laura, Sharon, Karen, Ann, Katie, Mike & Julian from Ruby’s Fund hosted the Teddy Bears Picnic supported by Congleton Town Council. Luckily it didn’t rain and we were able to use Congleton Park for the event. Around 350 children and their grown ups came down with their picnics and teddy … Continued

Sandbach Masons support Ruby’s Fund

Ruby’s Fund were thrilled to receive a donation £250 from Saxon Crosses Masonic Lodge. Pictured are David Ayre, of Saxon Crosses Masonic Lodge, Sandbach, presenting a cheque for £250 to Paul Bates, of Ruby’s Fund Sensory Centre. David Ayre said “At a recent meeting, a fellow member suggested supporting Ruby’s Fund, so my wife and I … Continued