Coventry Three Spires Round Table have helped the Tiny Tim’s Children’s Centre, to provide a set of free therapy sessions for children with disabilities and special needs.
The local children’s charity has received the cash boost, with a £250 donation towards their therapy costs, gifted by members of Coventry Three Spires Round Table.
The Tiny Tim’s Centre – in Whitefriars Lane – is solely funded through charitable donations, and the therapies they offer are often limited or unavailable on the NHS. Although they recognise they cannot cure the children they see, the therapies can help improve their quality of life and general well being of the children, by reducing pain and increasing movement and self esteem.
Chairmand Matthew Finch, and Community Services Liaison Officer Dhiran Vagdia, handed over the cheque last month. The donation will provide ten therapy sessions for disabled children, all from Coventry.
The Centre Manager Sarah Hemings said:
“We are very thankful for the continued support from the Coventry Three Spires Round Table. It’s support like this which is vital to us continuing our work with the families we help. Coventry Three Spires Round Table have helped Tiny Tim’s over many years, and Tiny Tim’s are very grateful.”
(Pictured above, L – R; Chairman Matthew Finch, Centre Manager Sarah Hemings, Community Services Liaison Officer Dhiran Vagdia).