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Act for Action supported by Community Fund

by Jonathan Kearney

Disability initiative Act for Action CIC has received a fundraising boost from one of the housebuilders involved in the East of Halewood development.

Founded in November 2018, Merseyside-based Act for Action CIC has been working to create a more inclusive and supportive environment for disabled people of all ages.

The organisation operates three clubs catering to disabled individuals aged 4 and above, offering a nurturing space, complimentary refreshments, engaging activities, and valuable information about local services.

During the day Act for Action is a training centre for disabled adults – offering training and accreditation and a dedication to the arts with lots of singing, dancing, drama, and art.

Miller Homes has awarded Act for Action CIC £750 from its community fund, which helped fund them fund their summer festival showcasing disabled artists and creators.

Helen, Louise and Donna, Directors at Act for Action CIC, said: “We are sincerely thankful to the Miller Homes Community Fund for their generous support. This contribution will help us continue to change the lives of vulnerable people and their families for the better.”

Clare Noakes, Miller Homes’ Sales Director for the North West, added: “We loved that part of our funding went towards a festival that served as a beacon of inclusivity and empowerment for all. At Miller Homes, we believe in the power of community, and Act for Action CIC embodies that spirit admirably.”

Visit the Act for Action CIC website to find out more about the services they provide for people with disabilities in Merseyside.