Elsie Normington Foundation

Elsie Normington Foundation

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 this project. You can donate by visiting www.gofundme.com/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.
Elsie Normington Foundation
Elsie Normington Foundation
Lynda Mitchell, Activities Co-ordinator at a Isobel Fraser Nursing Home has a fear of heights.
She is going to walk across the Kessock Bridge as a fundraiser for the Haven and to conquer her fear.

You may want to join her and raise money too....
SATURDAY 2nd November 11-12
Elsie Normington Foundation
Elsie Normington Foundation
Thanks again to Martin Pieraccini for another £50 from his collecting can in Charlie's Cafe at the bus station
Elsie Normington Foundation
Elsie Normington Foundation
Congratulations to Adam and Catriona Nesbitt who won our recent competition for 3 vouchers to Infinity Trampoline Park Inverness! Here is a photo of Adam holding the vouchers. Enjoy!
Elsie Normington Foundation
Elsie Normington Foundation
Another fantastic story about our Haven Appeal in today's The Inverness Courier!
Elsie Normington Foundation
Elsie Normington Foundation
Have you bought one of our badges yet? They're for sale at Merkinch Community Centre and Simpsons Garden Centre and they only cost £2 each!
Elsie Normington Foundation
Elsie Normington Foundation
Read Jonathan's story here 👇You can sponsor him by visiting www.justgiving.com/fundraising/jonathan-golder