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The Adamson Trust
©The Adamson Trust 2020
Some of the messages of thanks we have received during the last year
The weekend was immensely successful with children having the opportunity to meet others like themselves and to really challenge themselves in taking part in these activities. We could see the confidence and sense of achievement on their faces, and also noted a marked increase in social skills, independence and self-esteem. Laura Hughes, Director of Moorvision, which supports visually impaired children.
Due to your generosity I was able to take the children to Butlins this year. We had a lovely week. Rachel, Gracie and Harley.
We have no words to thank you for the grant you’ve sent. We really appreciate it. On behalf of Chaim.
This generous donation will help us to continue to support disabled children, young people and their families through inclusive play services. The Yard, Edinburgh.
Thank you so much for the cheque we received for our break in Tenby. It was very kind of you and a great help to us. We had a lovely time, much needed after the last year, and we all thoroughly enjoyed it. Ben especially loved watching the waves and going for walks around Tenby to look at all the sights. Laura and Gavin, whose son, Ben, has quadriplegic cerebral palsy.
We believe that quality of life for children and young people with cancer is a right. To be able to offer emotional and practical support to them and their families is a privilege. Thank you so much for helping. Kids Cancer Charity, Cardiff Bay
My son will spend his birthday at the Celtic Manor and it will be a dream come true for him … I will post a photo of his smile when he finds out where he is spending his birthday. Sabrina.
It means so much to us as we are able to spend some quality family time - in particular for James, who is so often restricted due to his physical and cognitive disabilities … we’re truly grateful. Mark, father of James.
They (the grants) helped us a lot, our daughter could spend some time with her grandparents and could see beautiful cities like Cracow. Warsow, Poznan. We understand it was our last application and I remember when we got our first grant, it was on the wedding day of Prince Harry and Meghan … I was in work and I was really surprised and happy. Once again, we would like to thank you for all this help we got from The Adamson Trust in the last two years. Marek, Edinburgh, whose daughter, Basia, is autistic. She had received three grants.
The staff and pupils pf Ashton Secondary School would like to thank you for your most generous donation … This will now bring us up to the required amount to purchase the wheelchair friendly equipment for our outdoor area which will enhance the school experience. Thank you once again for your kindness. Nicola Lavery, Head Teacher, Ashton Secondary School, Glasgow.