Ruby’s Fund looking to recruit a Short Breaks Practitioner with a minimum of NVQ level 3 Children & Young People or Childcare to support the work of the existing team. The role of Short Breaks Support Practitioner calls for a person who can positively engage with children and young people with additional needs and disabilities. … Continued
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
Do you like organising events? Do you have 2-4 hours a week free time you could offer us? We welcome enquires from individuals and groups. If you’d like more information then please get in contact.
Ruby’s Fund have a vacancy for a weekend sensory centre assistant. The post involves working on reception meeting and greeting visitors. Preparing and serving food in the cafe and setting up and packing away after sessions, events and parties. Read the full NEW weekend Sensory Centre Assistant Job description here Download the Job Application Form here
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
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
We would like to congratulate Cllr Suzie Akers-Smith on her election as Congleton Town Mayor. Suzie has chosen to support Ruby’s Fund & LOL Foundation as her two main charities during her term in office. Cllr Akers Smith and her Consort Peter Akers Smith attended Ruby’s Fund annual fundraising RubyDoo as her first engagement. Read … Continued
Come along and join in on Sunday 3rd June at The Young Pretender and raise money for Ruby’s Fund. All tickets bought online receive a can of Camden Town Brewery’s Hells Lager.
Thank you to Mayor Chaz Booth who recently presented us with a cheque for £500 on behalf of Congleton Town Council who awarded us a grant of £500 towards our second sensory room which is situated upstairs off the Siblings Room.
Ruby’s Fund are delighted and honoured to received the accolade of East Cheshire Chamber of Commerce Charity of the Year at the Business Awards held at Carnage recently. This is a fantastic achievement as all of the businesses registered with he Chamber were asked to vote. We are beyond delighted and look forward to the … Continued