Dingley’s Promise has been humbled by the generosity of many individuals, companies, charities, trusts and statutory funders. We know that we could not do what we do without them, and so on this page we want to thank all of them, but also mention a few key donors.
Fund our Reading Centre, allowing us to offer core services as well as trips, extra training sessions and transport to and from the Centre for families in need.
Have a project in Wokingham to support core costs and ensure high levels of parent training and support.
Have given a grant to expand the work at the West Berkshire Centre to reach more children and families.
Support Dingley to provide spaces in the nursery for specific children, and also provide a grant to provide the PASS advisory service to mainstream providers.
Support Dingley to provide nursery sessions, lunch clubs that allow families to have short breaks, and specific 1:1 support for some children.
Support Dingley with advice and information, and also help to link us to funding opportunities that they manage.
Manage the Find Me A Grant platform that has helped fund a lot of our work in West Berkshire. We have also benefitted directly from their reactive grants and Pitch to the Panel event.
Have funded a project to bring speech and language therapy and physiotherapy sessions into our Centres to benefit families locally.
Provided a grant to support the running of sessions in West Berkshire.
Corporates: AWE, BG Energy Holdings, Castle Inn, CDK Global, Edward Billington & Son, English Provender Company, Fat Face, The Plough on the Green Pub, Softtalk Consultancy, SSE, Thatcham Coop, Thomas Cook Children’s Charity, Vodaphone Foundation, Wates Family Enterprise Trust, Osborne Clarke and Amica.
Other donations of £1000 or over: Morearts Cultural Partnership, DM Thomas Foundation, Englefield Charitable Trust, Motor Insurance Repair Centre, Newbury Town Council, Reading St Laurence Church Lands, Rotary Club of Reading, Gerald Palmer Eling Trust, The Rank Foundation, Wokingham Rotary Club, Wokingham Town Council, Wooden Spoon.