There are so many different kinds of ways to fundraise, but it can be hard to know where to start…Read More Fundraising Inspiration
Students at The John Graham Centre took part in a 2½ mile sponsored walk on September 26th around Tankerton slopes, raising a whopping £934.50 towards Go Ability Trust’s projects. Beginning & ending near the Seaview Café, the group were fortunate with the weather and were able to enjoy a mid-way break on the promenade. This […]Read More Sponsored Walk Success!
Go Ability Trust would like to thank Kent Union for raising £2782.51 towards our projects! Kent Union, a charity themselves support all students at The University of Kent to have the best student experience possible from providing advice and job opportunities to hosting a radio station and running the cafes and creche at UKC. Kent Union […]Read More Thank You Kent Union!
We would like to say thank you to Swalecliffe Community Hall and The John Graham Centre for holding a wonderful performance of Grease on November 11th. The show, attended by around 100 members of the community saw the culmination of a year’s hard work from JGC’s learning disability drama group and their support workers. The […]Read More Had A Blast at JGC Drama Performance
Go Ability’s December’18 newsletter is here for you to enjoy: Click for Go Ability Trust Newsletter – Dec 2018 Including a review of Incluslive’s Multisport Extravaganza part 2, John Graham Centre’s performance of Grease in Swalecliffe and their sponsored walk in Tankerton, The Corner Tap’s fundraising success in Faversham and the latest on our winter […]Read More Go Ability Trust Newsletter – December 2018
Go Ability Trust supports adults with learning disabilities to make healthier choices, to get fitter and to enjoy regular recreational opportunities and exercise in the community. Through improving access and increasing availability, The Trust aims to empower these individuals to choose how they spend their leisure time. With your help, we can make this happen. […]Read More Go Ability Trust’s Winter Appeal
Go Ability Trust are excited to announce the grand total raised by The Corner Tap, Faversham and its wonderful supporters last month … *£1,027.11* Six brave members of the Faversham micro-pub got together to undertake a Tough Mudder event in September, raising funds for Go Ability Trust in the process. On September 29th, following their […]Read More Corner Tap in Faversham Gets Muddy For Go Ability
The John Graham Centre Drama group have been rehearsing their interpretation of Grease all year and are delighted to invite you to their finale performance at Swalecliffe & Chestfield Community Centre on Sunday 11th November. Doors will open at 2:30pm and the show is set to get going for 3:00pm Entry is FREE – to […]Read More Grease is the word on November 11th for JGC Drama Students
Here at Go Ability Trust, we are always blown away by the support we receive from local businesses – and The Corner Tap in Faversham have certainly raised the bar. I couldn’t resist the pun. Looking forward to a highly anticipated ‘Tough Mudder’ After-Party and mega-raffle there tomorrow (September 29) from 7:30pm (prizes below), Manager; Shane Horton […]Read More 10 Minute Interview: The Corner Tap
The Trust are looking for research volunteers who can help increase our impact in the community… Who we are: Go Ability Trust empowers adults with learning disabilities in East Kent by supporting their independence and increasing access to health, social and leisure opportunities. See our mission objectives for more information. Go Ability Trust: Work with local […]Read More Volunteer Roles: Community Research Assistants