The Centre has been fortunate over the years in receiving support from many grant-making bodies, for whose generosity we will always be grateful.
The Henry Smith Charity paid for the labour costs which transformed our badly vandalized former NHS cottage hospital into a usable health centre and awarded us a series of annual grants which enabled us to develop our work.
The Tudor Trust contributed generously to the development of our educational programmes for health professionals.
Lloyd’s TSB funded Mindfulness programmes for disadvantaged families in a project which was run in partnership with Home–start.
The Lottery funded the cost of a community worker to manage our Mindfulness programmes in the community as well as the cost of developing our Positive Movement programme and the training of first cohort of teachers.
We are grateful as well to the following trusts, whose support enabled us to design and deliver programmes for health professionals:
- The Beaverbrook Foundation
- The Grocers’ Charity
- The Sidney & Elizabeth Corob Charitable Trust
- The Hambland Foundation
- The Inman Charity
- The Mary James Trust
- The Anton Jurgens Charitable Trust
- The Christopher Laing Foundation
- The Sir Maurice Laing Foundation
- The Alan Lane Foundation
- The Marsden Charitable Trust
And those which contributed to capital projects:
- The Percy Bilton Charity
- The Cyril Corden Trust