DisabilityYoung People & Learning
11 November 2017

Avalon School

Avalon School plans to create a new Hydrotherapy Pool, providing a vital, life-changing resource for young people at the school and disabled people within the local community. There is no such facility nearby, and the pool and facilities would have an enormous impact on its pupils, who have significant physical and sensory impairments. Tarnside is working alongside the school to…
6 November 2017

Hearing Dogs for Deaf People

Hearing Dogs for Deaf People trains dogs to support people who can't hear. Their trained dogs can bring confidence and companionship, help people lead independent lives, and alert their owners to danger. The support of trained dogs can be life-changing. Tarnside worked with the charity to understand its supporter base and plan for better future fundraising, ensuring Hearing Dogs for…
31 July 2017

Finchale Training College

A feasibility study (or feasibility review) examines the potential of a charity to achieve a particular target: perhaps a big capital appeal, or a substantial change in operation. The process explores the foundations required for such a change, and identifies the actions required to support success and manage risk. It includes analysis of the organsiation's past fundraising performance, and interviews…
31 July 2016

Lake District Calvert Trust

An ambitious fundraising appeal is a substantial step for any charity. A fundraising appeal strategy should be in place to ensure the project is feasible and that the foundations are in place for success. But what happens to the strategy when a fundraising appeal encounters a sudden storm? "Kites fly the very highest against the wind" When the global financial…