Grants & Corporate Partnerships

Whether you’re a business, trust or foundation or a not-for-profit organisation, we’d love you to join us to help people throughout Berkshire and South Oxfordshire living with a brain injury.

Your donations are vital in enabling Headway Thames Valley to reach more people affected by brain injury and deliver a varied programme of activities and support.

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clients and families supported at Headway Thames Valley each year

Funders and supporters

List of current funders (for 2021/22)

The Berkshire Nurses and Relief in Sickness Trust
£3,680 grant for funding two Living with Brain Injury courses

Berkshire Community Foundation
£2,500 grant for part funding Music Therapy for people with brain injuries

The D’Oyly Carte Charitable Trust
£3,500 grant for part funding a new brain injury rehabilitation service

Henley-on-Thames Town Council
£5,000 grant for part funding a new brain injury rehabilitation service

Invesco Perpetual
£2,575 grant for part funding a new brain injury rehabilitation service

Childwick Trust
£9,455 grant towards core services helping people adapt to life after brain injury

Arnold Clark Automobile Ltd
£1,000 donation towards core services helping people adapt to life after brain injury

The Gerald Palmer Eling Trust
£2,500 grant part-funding specialist TRX core strength sessions helping people to improve their strength and mobility which may have been affected by their brain injuries

The John Hodges Trust
£2,000 grant towards core services helping people adapt to life after brain injury

United Way UK’s Give Local 2021 grants in partnership with Costco
£1,500 grant towards core services helping local people adapt to life after brain injury

Community fundraisers and supporters

Hennerton Golf Club – as their charity of 2021
Raised over £8,000 to support services helping people to adapt to life after brain injury

Reading Canoe Club
Raised over £600 for us last summer

Other community supporters who have raised funds for us this year include:

Get Sports Inspired
Their ‘Race to Baku Challenge’ raised £1,111

Wokingham Lions Club
A group of supporters who ran in the Oxford Half Marathon raising over £1,000

Pop-up Gallery, The Old Fire Station, Henley-on-Thames
Jo Hanrahan and Claire Burke who raised over £450 with their fine art

“Headway Thames Valley helps my mental well-being and gives me a sense of purpose.”
Bob, client of Headway Thames Valley

With your help we’re rebuilding lives after brain injury across Berkshire and South Oxfordshire.

If you would like to help us we would love to hear from you.
Please email Zoe Lane, Fundraising Manager, or call her on 07540 754979