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Small Steps was founded in 1998 to provide specialist help and support to parents with physically disabled children.

We pride ourselves in offering sessions free of charge to all families.  Small Steps does not receive any statutory funding and we are solely dependent on grants, donations and fundraising in order to operate.    We need to raise £400,000 each year to survive.  We do this by applying for Grants, such as Children in Need, through regular donations from our supporters and also from events and sponsored challenges, which our wonderful supporters do for us.  You can help too!

       

£10,702.50 raised by 89 supporters

£9,328.00 donated and £1,374.50 in GiftAid

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Small Steps SFP from Small Steps

Small Steps was founded in 1998 to provide specialist help and support to parents with physically disabled children.

Small Steps is a free service and as a registered charity we do not receive any statutory funding.  Small Steps is solely dependent on grants, donations and fundraising in order to operate.

At Small Steps, pre-school children work on all areas of their development, using the principles of conductive education.  Children attending Small Steps sessions have cerebral palsy, other forms of motor impairment, syndromes or sensory impairment.

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