Our New Partnership With Enham Trust
It’s Amazing What the Power of YES can do.
Enham Trust is a well respected disability organisation that helps adults and children with all kinds of disability. It works with close to 8,500 individuals each year throughout the South, giving them independence, choice and control in the cornerstone areas of their lives; housing, care, work and skills development.
Enham Trust see the possibilities - not the impossibilities and this is one of the foundations of Humdinger Days. We want to work with Enham Trust to make life more positive for the thousands of people they support every day. With your support, we have the power to say ‘yes’. Enham’s work enables anyone to say “Yes, I can try that”. “Yes, I can do that” or “Yes, I am in control”.
Our new partnership with Enham Trust aims to touch every aspect of the lives of people living with physical and learning disabilities. We want to remove barriers for disabled people to experience extraordinary things in the UK and make our experience days accessible to everyone. We want to work with Enham Trust to help them to continue their amazing work, offering a number of services for disabled people and putting the power back in to their hands.
Our two organisations have many shared values and we support strongly those of Enham Trust to be:
1) Determined: We are driven to make changes that positively affect people’s lives.
2) Passionate: We are committed to engaging with disabled people as individuals and to enabling them to achieve their aspirations.
3) Agile: We are responsive and flexible to the needs and aspirations of people who use our services and adapt our services and support accordingly.
How Can You Help?
You can support Enham Trust yourselves. The ‘HUMDINGER CHARITY’ scheme was set up to enable your experience achievements to have an additional positive effect on someone else’s life.
When you experience one of the greatest thrills on water, speeding along England’s South Coast, 10% of the experience will go directly to Enham Trust to aid them in opening up more possibilities for disabled people.