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ILEAP

Promoting independence and friendship

SUPPORT US

Support Us

The ILEAP Charity uses its resources to make our activities affordable for the majority. The high staff : member ratios make the sessions very expensive to run and if the full cost was charged the majority would not be able to afford to attend.
 ILEAP is a registered charity (1089508) and we use our resources to make our sessions as safe, structured, vibrant, exciting, challenging and as fun as possible. We then try and make them affordable so that we get an eclectic mix of people who can enjoy activities together in a social, safe and positive way. There are a number of ways you can support the Charity. Some of which include:

Become A Volunteer

If you would like to Volunteer for the Charity you can either Volunteer at one of our many group sessions or you can organise fundraising events. Either way you will receive lots of relevant support and lots of opportunities to have fun and socialise.

The benefits of becoming a volunteer for ILEAP
  • A sense of satisfaction 
  • A thorough induction 
  • Free DBS enhanced Disclosure (if required) 
  • Free training opportunities in topics related to social care 
  • Access to challenging and rewarding activities 
  • A Free volunteer Uniform 
  • Accreditation for your work through nationally recognised qualifications such as DofE, Community Sports Leaders Award 
  • References and letters of appreciation to show prospective employers and Universities.

 If you feel able to share your time, and support ILEAP by becoming a volunteer please contact the ILEAP CEO. 

Help to Fundraise? 

Fundraising

We hold regular fundraising events that are great fun and play an important part in sustaining our services. Please try and come along to these and bring your family and friends. Alternatively, you can set up your own fundraising event and if you can’t think of one, why not hold a fundraising coffee morning or wine and nibbles evening, taking advantage of our MarketAbility social enterprise. 
You can fundraise for the Charity by organising events, bring and buy sales, garden parties, dress down days, marathons, cycle rides etc. If you would like to do this please contact us and we can help to publicise your event and offer guidance and support. You can set up a fundraising page at www.justgiving.com/ileap and your supporters can donate online.

Donations

You can donate directly using the www.justgiving.com/ileap We appreciate donations no matter how small. If you are a UK taxpayer ILEAP will get an extra 20% through Gift Aid.

ILEAP’s “a very Social Enterprise”

We have developed a project called MarketAbility

Participants at these sessions design, make and package quality shabby chic items that make perfect gifts. Profits from the sale of these items go back into the Charity, helping to fund our wider work. We have a little shop at The Kenilworth Centre and you can order items via the website or the Facebook page, or you can visit our Market Stall at Kenilworth Thursday Market or Stratford Saturday Craft Market, where our members volunteer. We can personalise things for you and you are able to choose or supply your own fabrics to match your home colour scheme. www.smore.com/70d1z  

Our Supporters

The ILEAP Charity’s work is supported by various partnerships, grants and donations from various Organisations and Charitable Trusts. ILEAP would like to thank everyone who has worked in partnership and donated and the following Charitable Trusts and Organisations for actively supporting our work. 

  • Alcester Co-operative
  • All the ILEAP Members and their Friends and Families  
  • Asda Living, Stratford-upon-Avon
  • BBC Children in Need 
  • Big Lottery Fund 
  • Birdingbury Country Show
  • Budbrooke Community Association
  • Cotswold Farm Park 
  • Cotswold Wildlife Park 
  • Coventry and Warwickshire Corporate Development Agency 
  • Escape Workshop 
  • Energyse
  • Gaydon Motor Museum 
  • Graham Stanley (RIP)
  • Hatton Country World 
  • Heart of England Community Foundation
  • ILEAP Support Staff
  • ILEAP Trustees 
  •  ILEAP Volunteers 
  • In2Theatre 
  • Junction 22
  • Kate Henwood (RIP)
  • Kenilworth Town Council
  • King Edward School Stratford 
  • Lloyds TSB Foundation
  • National Grid
  • Newbold Comyn Leisure Centre 
  • Norton Lindsey Stilton Sniffers
  • NFU Mutual
  • Playbox Theatre 
  • Phonic Hub
  • Ragley Hall 
  • Ridgeway School 
  • Rosebird Community Hall
  • Roundoak School 
  • Royal Shakespeare Theatre 
  • Sainsbury Leamington Spa 
  • Saltisford Canal Trading 
  • Sarah Cooke School of Dance
  • Shires Retail Park, Leamington
  • SLM 
  • Southam College 
  • SpOt Drama
  • St Nicholas Church Alcester
  • Stratford-on-Avon District Council
  • Stratford-on-Avon College 
  • Stratford-on-Avon High School
  • Stratford-on-Avon WI Lite 
  • Stratford-upon-Avon Grammar School for Girls 
  • Stratford-upon-Avon Lions 
  • Stratford-upon-Avon Picture House 
  • Stratford Town Trust
  • St Nicholas Park Leisure Centre 
  • Talton Lodge, Newbold-on-Stour 
  • Ten Pin Leamington Spa 
  • The Bell at Shotttery
  • The Baily Thomas Charitable Fund
  • The Imperial Bikers Club
  • The Kenilworth Centre
  • The Kingsley Prep School
  • The Rotary Club of Kenilworth
  • The Rotary Club of Warwick
  • The Stagey Fox
  • The Sydni Centre 
  • Toni & Guy Hairdressers Leamington Spa 
  • Twycross Zoo 
  • Voluntary Action Stratford-on-Avon (VASA) 
  • Vue Cinema Leamington Spa 
  • Warwick District Council 
  • Warwickshire College 
  • Warwickshire County Council   
  • Warwickshire Association of Youth Clubs   
  • Warwickshire Community and Voluntary Action (WCAVA)
  • Warwickshire Scout Council
  • Warwickshire Wildlife Trust 
  • Welcombe Hills School 
  • WPH Charitable Trust
  • Youell Foundation
  • Young People First