Short Breaks - Inclusion

Who has received Capital funding grants

In 2018 Short Breaks have given capital funding grants to the following organisations to support inclusion:

  • Care Connect IOW - £719.57 for projector, bubble machine and sensory equipment. 
  • Adventure UK - £356.42 for a trampoline and games. 
  • Bebeccino - £277.97 for ear defenders and lego.
  • Ventnor Play Café - £708.54 for sensory equipment. 
  • St Catherines School - £440.19 for cooking equipment. and a tablet.  
  • John Cattle Skate Club - £292.98 for balance boards and longboard skateboards. 
  • Isle of Wight College - £335.70 for cooking equipment.
  • Sensory Swim - £500 for swimming equipment.
  • TimeTaxi CIC - £132.33 for archaeology equipment.
  • Scallywags - £199.63 for ear defenders, sensory toys, timers and controllers.
  • Ryde House - £498.00 for computer equipment.
  • Splat Messy Play - £83.88 for a water channel set and stand.
  • Network Ryde - £363.08 for storage units and art equipment.

So far in 2019 Short Breaks have given capital funding grants to the following organisations to support inclusion:

  • Isle of Wight College - £51 for cooking supplies for sessions. 
  • Jigsaw Family Support - £489.98 for a projector and soft play ball pool.  
  • John Cattle Skate Club - £225 for skateboard pads and helmets.  
  • Oakfield CE Primary School - £489 for outdoor chimes and wind spinners for the community garden.  
  • People Matter IW - £376.93 for craft materials to support teen group.   
  • St Catherine's - £401.58 for arts and crafts equipment for sessions. 
  • Scallywags - £386.62 for craft materials to support teen group.   
  • Splat Messy Play - £500 for craft materials for sessions. 
  • Vectis Radio - £500 to support the cost of a audio mixer.