We rely heavily on funding and support from other organisations without whom we would be unable to provide our vital services. Below you can find more information about our wonderful supporters and the specific projects they help to fund.
£294,001 over 3 years.
Funding from the National Lottery for WEB’s People Tree Project will support WEB to continue to support men, women and children by providing early intervention activities to support people to reach their full potential. The People Tree Project aims to grow people’s skills and confidence through a wide range of training, coaching, counselling, assorted therapies and social prescribing events. WEB’s People Tree Project will help improve adults and children’s physical, psychological and emotional health and wellbeing in the long term.
Children in Need have awarded WEB £90,000 across 3 years to run our weekly groups with vulnerable young people in the local community, supporting them with their confidence and self-esteem and helping them feel less isolated. We also have a grant of £30,000 to offer counselling to young people aged 11+ over 3 years.
The Steve Morgan Foundation have been a constant source of support over a number of years in a number of different ways. A generous grant in 2020 through the Morgan Foundation & Community Match Challenge - part of Government’s £750million support package for charities #CommunitiesCan, has allowed us to fund a 3 year post for a VolunteerCo-Ordinator which allows us take on more volunteers in order to support some of the most disadvantaged and isolated people in our communities.
The Tudor Trust are supporting us over a 3 year period to fund our centre manager post.
Awards for All offers grants of between £300 and £10,000 for grassroots and community activity that aims to improve life for local people and neighbourhoods. This funding is currently supporting therapeutic training for the most vulnerable individuals.
Liverpool One Small grants fund are currently responsible for funding our weekly boys group for boys aged 9-13.
Additionally; Liverpool One Fund have also funded a much needed 1-1 Listening & Support Service for Boys/Youths who have complex or additional needs/support.
P.H.Holt have awarded WEB £5000 towards working with our Young Boys' Group.
In addition to our principal funders, we have developed fantastic relationships with many local businesses who generously offer unique and professional support within their field of expertise.
Auger work exclusively for the insurance industry where they pride themselves in being the market leader in the handling of household claims for water and drainage issues. A national operation is handled from a central office in the Wirral which focuses on a locally employed workforce providing the highest levels of customer service to a variety of blue chip insurers. They are also a passionate supporter of our Corporate Social Responsibility packages being the proud owner of a Gold Package for 2016 and 2017. Auger not only support WEB as a company; the whole workforce are behind WEB’s aims and objectives via a variety of fundraising walks and activities for which we are hugely grateful and appreciative.
Employees from the Merseyside branch of Renshaw Napier Ltd have been an invaluable part of our fundraising activities. They continuously support fundraising events in order to make a difference within their local community.
Paddock Johnson partnership have given invaluable time and support to WEB throughout the years around architectural advice and have assisted WEB in the search for appropriate bigger premises.
Sean Biggs Illustration have created the logos for our Men Too charity.
Other Donors and Supporters
- Eleanor Rathbone Trust
- John Moores Foundation
- Elizabeth Rathbone Trust
- Magenta Living
- Methodist Housing Association
- Wirral Borough Council - ILM Support
- Public Health Training
- Community Cashback Fund