Elsie Normington Foundation is a charitable organisation based in Inverness and was set up by Elsie Normington. It’s aim is to raise funds to create a specialist centre complex to provide these services not only for Inverness but to serve the Highlands.
Young people in the Highlands desperately need relevant facilities and services while parents need to be supported appropriately in their caring role. There are 1679 children with additional needs in school and 722 children who are registered disabled in Highland.
Elsie Normington Foundation plans to build a specialist play centre, respite wing, community coffee shop and some supported housing for children and young adults with learning disabilities in Inverness. We need your help to raise £4 million for the Haven Appeal.
Young people need relevant facilities and services while parents need to be supported appropriately in their caring role. There are 1679 children with additional needs in school and 722 children who are registered disabled in Highland.Find Out MoreHaven Appeal Website
The Haven Appeal is inviting the public to take up the Haven 200 Challenge to raise at least £200 whether as an individual or group effort. This fundraising appeal is supported by the Inverness Courier to mark the newspaper’s 200th anniversary.Find Out More
We’re raising money in aid of the Elsie Normington Foundation’s Haven Appeal and every donation will help. If you wish to donate please either contact us or follow the link to our gofundme page. Thank you in advance for your contribution to this cause that means so much to us.Donate