Fascinating Rhythm Charities we have supported.

Fascinating Rhythm Charity of the Year 2020

Jessie May - Children's Hospice at Home Charity of the Year 2020

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Charity of the Year 2020

In 2020 we are pleased to be supporting

Jessie May – Children’s Hospice at Home.

Here is a little more information about them:

This wonderful charity provides children with life-limiting conditions and their families with care, support and advocacy. Since Jessie May began in 1996, it has supported over 300 children and their families all across the South West region including Bristol, Bath and North East Somerset, North Somerset, Swindon and Wiltshire.

This charity is nearly wholly reliant on donations, to provide the care which is obtained through University Hospitals Bristol NHS Foundation Trust. Assisting children to be empowered whilst having these life-limiting conditions and allowing them dignity in their homes when the time comes is extremely expensive, so they always need assistance in fundraising to enable this level of care. Support is also provided for up to 5 years post bereavement. In 2019, 140 children and their families were being assisted and 50 supported through their bereavement programme.

Alternatively, if you fancy fundraising, there are many ways to support Jessie May, all available to view on the fundraising section of their website.Please take a look at their website for further information: Jessie May

Fascinating Rhythm Charity of the Year – 2019

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Charity of the Year 2019

In 2019 we are pleased to be supporting

TAYM (“Thornbury Area Youth Music”)

Here is a little more information about them:

In 2012 the local authority announced that it was closing its Saturday morning music centre at Marlwood School, Alveston. Over the summer a charitable trust was set up, and Saturday youth music carried on at Marlwood. Since becoming independent, Thornbury Area Youth Music Trust has gone from strength to strength.

Based today in Manorbrook School in Thornbury, and more than 100 children from the age of 4-18 make music with us on a Saturday morning in term time, with groups ranging from early years to the senior orchestra.

​Their innovative Let’s Playscheme is unique in the region and is introducing the next generation of youngsters to “proper” musical instruments. With over 70 under-10s enjoying music on a Saturday, the future for youth music in our area is bright.

TAYM is run entirely by parent trustees and volunteers. With the decline in musical opportunities in primary and secondary schools, it’s vital to them that all the young people of the area have access to music on their doorstep at affordable prices without having to travel further afield.​

Please take a look at their website for further information: Thornbury Area Youth Music

Ups and Downs Southwest – This is Me

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“This is Me” Video

In 2019 we are pleased to have supported

Ups and Downs Southwest

In March 2019, on World Downs Syndrome Awareness Day, we were delighted to release “This is Me” in collaboration with the charity Ups and Downs Southwest.

The experience of creating this track and film with those wonderful children, was an utterly heartwarming experience and something we’re all immensely proud of.

We were then astounded to have been watched across the globe and receive over 17,000 views on YouTube and rising.

Notably, our collaboration was nominated for the Charity Film Awards and we were astonished to reach the final.

We were truly touched to have gotten that far and would like to thank everyone who supported us in this venture and gain recognition and awareness for this fabulous charity.

​Please take a look at their website for further information: Ups and Downs Southwest

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Fascinating Rhythm Charity of the Year – 2017

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Charity of the Year 2017

In 2017 we are pleased to be supporting

Winston’s Wish

Winston’s Wish has been supporting bereaved children and young people since 1992, continuing to lead the way in providing specialist child bereavement support services across the UK. Winston’s Wish provides emotional and practical bereavement support to children, young people and those who care for them.

Our expert teams offer one-off and ongoing bereavement support, and we also provide online resources, specialist publications and training for professionals.

​Please take a look at their website for further information: Winstons Wish

Fascinating Rhythm Charity of the Year – 2016

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Charity of the Year 2016

In 2016 we are pleased to be supporting Patchwork RDA

Patchwork RDA is a voluntary disabled riding group based at Barton End Equestrian Centre in Nailsworth. The group meets on Tuesday afternoons and Thursday mornings and helps riders with a range of disabilities. All riders and volunteers welcome

​Please take a look at their website for further information: Patchwork RDA

Fascinating Rhythm Charity of the Year – 2015

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Charity of the Year 2015

In 2015 we are pleased to be supporting

Homestart Stroud

Here is a little more information about them:

Home-Start Stroud and Gloucester is a local charity which supports parents who are going through challenging times located in the Stroud District of Gloucestershire, and we are currently developing our service in Gloucester.

​Please take a look at their website for further information: Homestart Stroud

Fascinating Rhythm Charity of the Year – 2014

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Charity of the Year 2014

In 2014 we are pleased to be supporting

Shine Together

Shine Together is a charity based at Southmead and Frenchay Hospitals in Bristol. We exist to ensure that patients from across Bristol receive the highest levels of care, and have access to first-rate facilities.

The North Bristol NHS Trust serves patients from Bristol, South Gloucestershire and North Somerset, reaching a population of over 500,000 people. We also serve a network-wide community for the Avon, Somerset and Wiltshire Cancer Network whose population is approximately 2 million.
To support local patients and their families, we raise over £1million every year.

Hundreds of local people support us by raising money for research projects and patient care in Bristol.

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