SNAP Cymru acknowledges the financial support of many individuals, local groups, Trusts and Funding Bodies which includes all 22 Local Authorities in Wales. We cannot mention everyone but are most grateful for every donation. Special thanks to:
Abbey Charitable Trust, helping towards the ‘Money Matters' project, providing information and advice for carers of and young people with disabilities in Newport.
The Archbishop of Wales Fund, for their assistance towards our volunteers’ recruitment and training programme in Newport.
The Baily Thomas Charitable Fund
The Big Lottery Fund – have supported SNAP Cymru to develop and pilot several services for thousands of children and families throughout Wales. Their continued support in reducing school exclusion and longer-term social exclusion is very much appreciated.
BBC Children in Need enabled the recruitment of an Advocacy Officer (Southwest Wales).
BT has kindly provided IT equipment, broadband and software to our offices throughout Wales.
Laura Ashley Foundation - With their help we have been able to establish a service for children and families and a volunteer base in Rhayader.
LloydsTSB Foundation for England & Wales have provided ongoing support, including the funding of a project worker in Southwest Wales, to promote the involvement of young people in decision making.
Henry Smith Charity enabled the recruitment of our BME development officer, (Newport).
Legal and General - kindly supported our Community Infomation Day, Cardiff
Red Dragon Radio and Help a South Wales Child
SENAD have assisted us through sponsoring advertisments
Welsh Language Board have supported some of our information translation costs for information
Western Power Distribution
Wales Assembly Government has provided a core grant to assist with the management and development of services across Wales.
Wales Assembly Government & Wales Council Voluntary Action has provided a Wales Active Community Grant to fund a Volunteering & Campaigns Officer to increase volunteering and business support. Wales Assembly Government & Wales Council Voluntary Action have provided a Millennium Volunteering grant to develop volunteering for young people age.
We would also like to express our gratitude to:
- Alchemy Foundation
- Arriva Trains
- Devine Wines
- DSG International Plc
- CLS Development Fund
- First Great Western
- HSBC Swansea
- Leeds Building Society
- Legal Services Commission
- Microsoft Giving Campaign
- Michael Sobell Welsh People Charitable Trust
- Millennium Active Fund
- National Power
- Network 81
- Oakdale Trust
- Tenby Golf Club
- Tenneco Walker Ltd
- The Freemasons of South Wales Eastern Division
- Torfaen Council
- Traws Cymru
- Truemark Trust
A note to our benefactors - in our efforts to keep this information up to date and accurate we would welcome your input. In this regard please do not hesitate to contact email@example.com should you so wish.