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CSS Charitable Trust Funding Applications -  July 2018

Posted: 03rd August 2018 | Written by Super CSS People

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Funding Applications 

Following a recent meeting of the Trustees, we are pleased to advise the following applications were granted funds.

July 2018

Hope House, Essex – Awarded £750

Braintree Youth Project Charity– Awarded £1,000

Harry Wadforth– Awarded £2,500

2nd Witham Boys Brigade- Awarded - £2,000

Previous funding has helped

January 2018

Braintree Public Gardens– Awarded £500

Eleanor Baker– Awarded £200

Brogan Lawrence - Further Awarded £5,000

Sophie Clayton - Electric Wheel Chair - Awarded £2,000

July 2017

Braintree District Mencap Society - Overhaul of Computer Systems - Awarded £1800

Braintree Area Food Bank - Office Equipment - Awarded £1,000

January 2017


Braintree District Mencap SocietyFully Equipped Sensory Room – Awarded £2,000.

Braintree & Bocking Public GardensAutomatic Irrigation System for the Shrubberies and Flower Beds – Awarded £2,500.


Brogan Lawrence 

In May 2016 we donated to help pay for local little boy’s physio sessions. Brogan was born 9 weeks premature and suffered a inter cranial haemorrhage which led to perventricular leuklomalacia and quadriplegia cerebral palsy. His family are raising funds for Brogan to attend regular weekly “Spider Therapy” sessions that focuses on improving the strength in his lower limbs, core strength and stability. – Awarded a further £2,500.

July 2016

Braintree Area Food Bank – Awarded £500

Red Balloon Learner Centre (Braintree) – Awarded £1,000

Cressing Primary School – Awarded £570

January 2016

Birdbrook Bowls Club - Awarded £1,680

Brogan Lawrence - Awarded £5,040

The Harvey Brothers - Awarded £10,115.75

July 2015

Vincent Scales Mobility Scooter - Awarded £969.99

Braintree Mencap - Awarded £2,000

Essex Air Ambulance – Awarded £78

July 2014

Braintree Mencap Awarded - £1,500

Essex Air Ambulance Awarded £500

BENS (Braintree Emergency Night Shelter) - Awarded £500

Citizen Advice Centre (Braintree) – Awarded £1,000

Braintree Youth Project - Awarded £ 750

Farleigh Hospice - Awarded £2,100

January 2014

First Stop Centre - Awarded £1,000

Red Balloon Learner Centre (Braintree) - Awarded £1,000

PARC (Braintree) - Awarded £500

Families in Focus Awarded £600

We thank you for your continued support

Registered Charity No: 1152628 CSS House, 10-12 Manor Street, Braintree, Essex CM7 3HP 

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