Helping disadvantaged children through sporting initiatives and activities.
On26th June sixteen students visited The Wave for some fun in the surf with the help of the school staff carers and staff at The Wave.
On 23rd May, Phrenix supported thirteen students to visit 'The Wave' in Bristol, here's what they had to say...
On 23rd May, Lynn and I visited The Wave in Bristol again, this time with thirteen students and five carers from Mountjoy school in Dorset
It's been quite the year for Phrenix as we've started our journey in looking to support young people through sport! We would like to think that Josh would be proud of what we've achieved as a charity, in particular being able to support 32 youngsters from Yewstock SEN in visiting The Wave in Bristol for a surfing lesson.
We're not stopping there and have plans to help even more young people in 2023!
On 8th June, Phrenix were able to provide support that enabled Yewstock School and College to attend a session at 'The Wave' in Bristol, and what a time they had!
The Headmaster, Clive Padgett, quoted…” we were very pleased to be able to support the important work of Phrenix who do so much to help others achieve good mental health. ” -
On 27th March 2022. our Trustee James ran the Weston Super Mare Half Marathon carrying a surfboard in memory of Josh and raised over £2,500, please click the link below to find out more!
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We are a small non-profit charity trust fund that wants to make a real difference to disadvantaged children over a longer period of time rather than one-day events.
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