Funders and Partners

Grant providers and Funders help enable us to provide the bulk of our services to disabled children and their families in Ceredigion. Currently, DASH is supported by:

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Over £30 million every week, on averageΔ. That’s what players like you give to National Lottery projects. That’s massive. Players help build local communities, power sports teams, save the environment, unleash creative talent, empower the elderly and unlock young potential. Each week 400 new projects are supported. You’re changing lives. 

Every part of the UK gets reached, averaging 240 projects per postcode area. That’s over £46 billion, invested in the nation by 12 specialist organisations that ensure it goes exactly where it’s needed.   

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Children in Need

BBC Children in Need is here to make sure that every child has the childhood they deserve – and the support they need to thrive. 

Children in Need is committed to funding the grassroots organisations and project workers across the UK that provide the vital positive relationships children need to help them navigate the challenges in their lives.   

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The Three Guineas Trust

The charity supports other charities by making grants to promote charitable work in the UK. TGT have supported DASH for a number of years, enabling and improving our summer schemes every year. 


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Postcode Lottery

DASH Ceredigion are very pleased to have achieved a grant from the Postcode Community Trust, supported by players of the People’s Postcode Lottery. This grant will support a youth club service for disabled children in Ceredigion, promoting independence, socialisation, reducing isolation and having fun for young people. 

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Local Authority

Families First is designed to improve outcomes for children, young people and families. It places an emphasis on early intervention, prevention, and providing support for whole families, rather than individuals. The programme promotes greater multi-agency working to ensure families receive joined-up support when they need it. The intention of the programme is to provide early support for families with the aim of preventing problems escalating.

Local Authority

Ardal Aberystwyth Rotary Donation

Ardal Aberystwyth Rotary Donation

DASH was greatful to be able to attend the Ardal Aberystwyth Rotary Annual charter dinner where outgoing Llywydd, Kerry Ferguson presented a cheque of £700 for money raised by Rotarians over the last year. Ben Freeman, Manager of DASH Ceredigion said "We are grateful...