Sir Jack Petchey founded the Jack Petchey Foundation in 1999 to recognise the positive contributions young people make to society and to support them in achieving their potential. Since then the Foundation has supported over 2,000 initiatives for young people across London and Essex and has invested over £143m in programmes including the prestigious Jack Petchey Achievement Award scheme which recognises the achievements of young people in schools and youth groups across London and Essex.
Days Out With The Kids lists thousands of fun and exciting attractions for the whole family around the UK.
We know that airbnb guide us towards to fabulous and unique places to stay around the world, maybe a home from home or a treetop getaway!
What we know now is that airbnb are giving us access to some unique experiences away from the traditional guided tours and trips. But, even more exciting is that they are developing a list of experiences that cater for everyone, wheelchair friendly, neurodiverse inclusion, accessible and adapted, how fabulous is that!!
Special Olympics GB have more than 120 inclusive multi sports clubs across the whole of the UK that encourage anyone of any ability to take part and enjoy a variety of sports.
Enjoy the best of Somerset in a luxury log cabin, glamping pod or yurt on our farm, close to the beaches at Burnham on Sea, but in the heart of the countryside. Find out more about their wheelchair accessible log cabins!
Over The Wall provides free Therapeutic Recreation camps for children and teenagers living with serious health challenges and young carers (and families), to enable them to reach beyond their perceived limitations and rediscover a whole new world of possibilities. Their camps help develop the confidence, self esteem, coping strategies and peer relationships of campers.
The UK’s only disability sports series for everyday Superhero. They make participating in any sport possible by providing equipment and support.
Sports Inspired gets children and young people moving and taking part in a whole variety of sports. Sports are a great way to improve children’s mental health especially in areas of poverty and lack of social inclusion.
Boccia is now a paralympic sport using a variety of support equipment to help players play their ball to get closest to the jack ball. It’s a much loved sport and a great activity for wheelchair users.
Shaw Trust is a charity helping to transform the lives of young people and adults across the UK and internationally.
Our specialist services help people gain an education, enter work, develop their career, improve their wellbeing or rebuild their lives. As a charity we add value to every service we deliver by investing back into the people and communities we support.
Shaw Trust is one of the largest 25 charities in the UK. Comprising Shaw Trust, Prospects, Ixion and Shaw Education Trust, we use our 75 years’ combined experience to support people to develop their potential. By joining together we are working to reach one goal: to help transform the lives of one million young people and adults each year.