Rainbow House has received a grant of £96,624k from the Steve Morgan Foundation.
The cheque was presented by Steve Morgan Foundation Trustee, Vincent Fairclough
to the new Rainbow House President, Bill Ainscough, on Friday 8th September at an event
attended by Rainbow House service users, families and staff.
The grant, which will be delivered over three years, will fund the Conductive Education for children
from the Steve Morgan Foundation remit area, which includes Cheshire and Merseyside. This will
help the Mawdesley based charity as it continues to provide and develop its services across
Lancashire, Cheshire and Merseyside in line with its aim to become a centre of excellence for
children with disabilities mainly resulting from neurological conditions.
Bill Ainscough, President, Rainbow House, said, “Our grateful thanks go to the Steve Morgan
Foundation. We are delighted that they recognise the impact of our work here at Rainbow House
and the difference our services make to the lives of our service users and their families. This grant
will be of considerable benefit as we move forward with our plans to make Rainbow House a centre
of excellence for disabled children.”
Vincent Fairclough, Trustee of the Steve Morgan Foundation said, “Rainbow House provides a very
professional service supporting disabled children and their families and we are delighted to award
this grant to allow them to help children from our area.”