From dress up days and bake sales, to fun runs and trivia nights, you can help raise money for Windermere any way you like. You can turn virtually anything into fundraiser!
Fundraise at your school, within your local community group or sports club or just for fun with friends - the trick is to keep it simple and just have fun.
(Through Kids on Track) I learnt more about how drugs and alcohol affect our bodies. I don't want to end up the same way as Dad so I can now care for my body and make better decisions than what he did.
Resilience for Life has been nothing short of wonderful for me, and enormously empowering. I am feeling so much more optimistic and confident in myself, my driving and taking care of my husband.
My (Windermere) counsellor has been one of the most important supports I have had throughout this whole process. She is amazing. I now see things from a completely different perspective.
I am on the lookout now too - next time I am in a relationship, I will be able to recognise the signs of domestic violence and I won’t let myself get stuck in that sort of position again.”
Sally has a severe physical disability and is unable to speak. Unfortunately Sally’s father wasn’t able to cope with her disabilities and turned to drugs.Read more
Katie is a mother of two young children who suffers from severe post natal depression, mental health issues and desperate feelings of isolation.Read more
On 1 September, the Disability Services Team took up the global ice bucket challenge to raise money and awareness for Motor Neurone Disease, a degenerative neurological condition that impacts all the motor nerves in the body, usually leading to death within three years of diagnosis. It's a cause close to our heart - our disability services team often works with clients with the incurable disease and see first hand the impact it has on victims and their families.Read more
Growing up was long hard struggle for Jessica, who describes her mother as being verbally abusive towards her. An already troubled relationship with her parents became even more strained when mum and dad separated; leading Jessica to pack her bags and left home at 18.Read more