Join our Team

July 2, 2020

Ruby’s Fund are seeking to recruit three experienced, highly skilled and motivated people to join our new Thriving Families project team. Thriving Families is a new project supporting families of children and young people with special educational needs and disabilities within Cheshire East. We are looking for a dynamic project lead to develop the service, … Continued


Ruby’s Fund launches new digital support service for families

May 1, 2020

Local charity Ruby’s Fund has secured funding from the Cheshire East Council Bright Idea Fund to develop an innovative online app which will help them support families more effectively. The online system will reduce the need for paper-based case management, drive efficiency and a ‘sign-posting’ tool will help support workers to refer families into the … Continued


Siblings Pizza & Craft Zoom Party!

April 27, 2020

In February 2020 Ruby’s Fund were delighted to receive a grant for £1550  from RRG Toyota Macclesfield to allow us to deliver support to siblings (aged 5-15 years) of children and young people with additional needs and disabilities However due to COVID 19 we have had to pause our groups. So the team at Ruby’s Fund … Continued


Befriending Service extends thanks to a grant from Cheshire East Carers Hub

April 17, 2020

Ruby’s Fund are delighted to share with you that we have received a grant from Cheshire East Carers Hub Carers Choice Grant, to continue to deliver our Befriending Service which supports parent carers of children aged 0-8years with additional needs. Here is a short film from Jill our Befriending co-ordinator to tell you all about … Continued


COVID-19 update from Ruby’s Fund

March 24, 2020

Here at Ruby’s Fund we are working exceptionally hard to set up an Emergency Wellbeing Support Programme to support families during COVID 19 crisis despite our centre being closed. This means we are not delivering non-essential services.  Our staff are currently working remotely and are adapting to be able to offer the following for as … Continued


Council for Disabled Children

March 2, 2020

Ruby’s Fund are delighted to announce that we have become members of the Council for Disabled Children. The CDC membership is a collection of over 300 voluntary or community organisations that represent the various facets of the SEND sector. Over the years, members of CDC have been key in shaping the SEND landscape, most recently by … Continued


School uniform and baby equipment

February 13, 2020

Do you require help to kit out your child with school uniform or other children’s clothing or equipment? If so please ask a professional such as your family support worker or health visitor to complete this Referral Form for children’s items for those in financial hardship and we will try to supply you with the … Continued


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

February 2, 2020

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


Relax Kids and Little Stars classes now at Ruby’s Fund

January 16, 2020

The team at Ruby’s Fund are delighted to share the news that we now are delivering two Relax Kids sessions during term time. Little Stars and Relax Kids activity classes are carefully structured using the unique and focussed 7 step system which leads children confidently through natural energy levels, directing high energy to low energy. … Continued


Relax Kids sessions start at Ruby’s Fund in 2020

November 26, 2019

We are pleased to be offering Relax Kids sessions at Ruby’s Fund from 2020! . Relax Kids sessions are used to help support children’s emotional wellbeing by incorporating movement and exercise, mindfulness and relaxation games, stretching, peer or self massage, breathing techniques, affirmations and visualisations. Each class is based upon an imaginative theme, and gently … Continued