The RSM Peterborough Fund
The RSM Peterborough Fund offers small grants to projects in Peterborough that:
- Help young people achieve their full potential, through youth projects around the environment, unemployment or education; or
- Give opportunities to disabled people, including those with learning difficulties.
Recent grant awards made by the RSM Peterbrough Fund include:
Goldhay Arts received £400 to purchase new percussion instruments to be played by adults with learning difficulties in their music group's summer show.
Headway Cambridgeshire received £295 to help run a series of activities and sessions for young people with a brain injury to build their confidence.
Little Miracles received £200 to fund internet connection for one year.
Huntingdon Cricket Board Coaches Association received £200 to deliver a project that supports the development of cricket for young people with disabilities.
National Autistic Society – Peterborough & District Branch received £196 to purchase digital equipment.
Outbreak received £590 to purchase equipment for ‘Outbreak FC’ to improve the training and skills of members from a poor background and some with unemployed families.