Updated: Dec 1, 2021

3H 2021 Newsletter
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We are pleased to be able to support the work of 3H Fund Helping Hands for Holidays which helps people with disabilities and their carers to have a period of respite.

Below are a selection of the comments made by some of the holiday grant recipients:

As a result of the holiday " everyone felt fresh and feeling calm and ready for the challenges that lay ahead";

"We all came back fully relaxed and we made plans while we were away as a family to re-group and unite as a family; we had been on the brink of collapsing. Now we are home we are pulling together more as a family."

"We were able to spend time together and forget our financial problems and hospital visits and treatments."

"I feel refreshed and hopeful and glad to be alive....I have spent many months trapped on the sofa unable to move - your holiday was like coming alive again."

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Here's a note we received from Caroline, Thomas's Mum:
I have made a little video of the pictures we have taken and also the journey for Thomas to get to this bike and being so blessed to get it funded by your foundation. I hope you can see the joy it brings, and the opportunities for Thomas to see more of his local environment as being in a wheelchair can restrict the distance you go, especially during lockdown as the bike arrived around Christmas we were able to get togged up and brave the cold. It has had a massive impact on our family and especially my daughter who joins us for rides and its brilliant that the whole family can enjoy it together. Also for my own mental health having something we can do together that gets me out of the house is wonderful. Wonderful to see community projects are still being helped by this foundation what a wonderful legacy.
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In March 2020 Go Beyond received a grant of £4032 form Cantiacorum Foundation. This donation supported 4 children who attended 5 days of respite at the Go Beyond Coastal Centre, Cornwall, in November. Whilst at Go Beyond the children were able to experience a week of dedicated care and exciting activities. The week included a variety of activities including adventurous, imaginative, creative and reflective experiences. Because of this support children who face serious challenges every day had the opportunity to escape their everyday lives and go beyond all that they thought possible.

Check out the Go Beyond Report 2020 for further information and stories. (Names in the report have been changed)

Click below to open and view Go Beyond's 2020 Report!

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