IWAS recognises kind donations to the IWAS World Junior Games 2014
As with all major sporting events the financial contributions of its supporters always play a vital part in achieving its goals and the IWAS World Junior Games 2014 are no different
As with all major sporting events the financial contributions of its supporters always play a vital part in achieving its goals and the IWAS World Junior Games 2014 are no different.
IWAS has been fortunate to have received donations from the following trusts and would like to extend our gratitude to the organisations and trustees for selecting the Games to receive money from their funds.
The Steven Bloch Image of Disability Charitable Trust
The aims of the Trust are twofold: to support existing registered charities and organisations which are concerned with the benefit and relief of disabled people in England and Wales and to promote the understanding of disability through the arts, writing and journalism.
Sir John Eastwood Foundation
Emphasis is given to charities which help the disabled, the elderly and children with special needs.
Bruce Wake Charitable Trust
The trust was established to encourage and assist the provision of leisure activities for the disabled – www.brucewaketrust.co.uk – (logo, image as shown)
The Eranda Foundation
The Foundation supports a wide variety of activities – from cutting edge research in economics or Alzheimer’s to the Arts – with up to £8 million a year in grants.