The people who help us make a difference
Move Momentum is dedicated to making sure that everyone can enjoy the benefits of dance.
However, we can only do this through the support of individuals, organisations and funders who generously donate to help keep our charity running.
Their homecare services aim to support their clients with those everyday tasks that may have become difficult to manage whilst maintaining their independence. They are committed to improving the quality of life for those that they support and building valuable working relationships. Their care services are tailored to meet the individual needs of their clients and their choice of care is available as and when they need it.
For organisations to be successful (whatever their size) - they need effective leaders and managers who get the best performance from people. Leaders who are able to look ahead and drive change ahead of the next ’shift’. The Management and Leadership Academy has a 30-year track record of working with people to develop engaging, empowering and inspiring leaders.
Sound Pop Academy is a Hampshire based performing arts group that provides affordable first-class tuition for young people who want to grow musically, perform in awesome shows and make incredible like-minded friends. Sound Pop Academy has partnered with Move Momentum to financially support our inclusive dance classes. Sound Pop Academy runs performance arts groups based out of Wildern School, Hedge End; Richard Taunton College, Southampton; and Barton Peveril College, Eastleigh. Sound Pop Academy runs for kids aged 6-8 and young people aged 9-17.
JC sweets is a small family run business based in Stanmore, Winchester sharing the shop with JC scooters. As Winchesters only scooter shop, they fulfil any thrill-seekers dream with a variety of scooters, rollerskates and skateboards to customise. As well as filling your pockets with sweets, slushies and milkshakes!
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Move Momentum Mates!
Some of the awesome individuals who support our charity...
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Power to Change is an independent charitable trust that supports and develops community businesses in England. They work with community businesses to revive local assets, protect the services people rely on, and address local needs.
Move Momentum was selected for the Community Business Trade Up, a learning programme run by the School for Social Entrepreneurs, in partnership with Power to Change. The programme came with a match-trading grant to support us to increase our income and build a stronger organisation, so we can create more benefit for our local area.
The Henry Smith Charity is an independent grant-making trust. They aim to use their resources to help people and communities at a time of need and to bring about positive change. The Henry Smith Charity has awarded Move Momentum with funding to support us to continue to run our Academies.
The Yapp Charitable Trust makes grants to small registered charities in England and Wales for running costs and salaries to maintain their existing work. The Yapp Charitable Trust has awarded funding to support us with running costs for our Academies and associated our core costs.
Sovereign are a leading housing association, striving to provide quality, affordable homes in happy, successful places. With almost 60,000 homes focused in a core area covering Berkshire, Hampshire, Oxfordshire, Gloucestershire, Dorset, Devon, Wiltshire, the West of England and the Isle of Wight. They are driven by social purpose, with residents at the heart of everything they do. We received funding from Sovereign as part of their Thriving Communities campaign through our Crowdfunder and for our Gems classes through The Good Exchange.
Winchester City Council awarded us funding through our Crowdfunder via their 'Winchester Town Community Fund'. The fund was created to support not-for-profit organisations within the five unparished wards of Winchester. The fund was to support those organisations that provide services/activities which deal with communities needs, such as inclusion, environment and wellbeing. Our funding was awarded to start our new Gems class.
Sport England invest in sport and physical activity to make it a normal part of life for everyone in England. They are an arms-length body of government responsible for growing and developing grassroots sport. We were awarded funding through their 'Active Together' campaign, a crowdfunding initiative that could match fund successful Crowdfunder campaigns. This investment aimed to help community sport and physical activity organisations who are experiencing short term financial hardship or the ceasing of operations due to the ongoing coronavirus crisis.
Hampshire and Isle of Wight Community Foundation is an independent charitable foundation specialising in building funds and awarding grants on behalf of donors and fundholders. Their aim is to support the vital work of smaller charities, community groups and voluntary organisations across Hampshire and the Isle of Wight.
Made By Sport is a charity that raises awareness of the power of sport and funding for organisations that use sport to support young people across the UK. The ‘Clubs In Crisis’ fund is part of a wider campaign that believes sport is the best vehicle for creating societal change for young people across a myriad of challenges they face in the modern world. The aim of the Fund is to effectively and efficiently support sports clubs and local organisations working with young people aged between 5 and 25 years old using sport for social outcomes in the voluntary and community sector. We were awarded funding for Liberate Youth classes.
Winchester & District Scope are here to offer information, help and support to families and individuals with cerebral palsy in and around Winchester.
Their main work focuses on offering grants to individuals and local services, although they can offer support and some guidance as to other sources of help. Winchester & District Scope have made a donation towards running our Liberate Dance classes.
Bruce Wake Charitable Trust was generously instigated and endowed by the late Bruce Wake who was himself a wheelchair user as a result of motor neurone disease before his untimely death in 1992 at 45 years of age. His aim was to encourage and assist the disabled to participate in and enjoy leisure pursuits. Bruce Wake has awarded us a grant for our Liberate Dance classes.
Energise Me is a charity that champions physical activity for all in Hampshire and the Isle of Wight. Their goal is to create a happier, healthier and stronger future for local people. We were awarded funding as part of the ‘Investing in Communities’ project, launched by Energise Me and funded by Sport England and the National Lottery, supporting groups across Hampshire and the Isle of Wight in the wake of COVID-19, aiming to reduce the widening inequalities in physical activity and sport. This funding enabled us to continue classes from September 2020 - February 2021.