The Amelia Trust Farm, based in South Wales provides a unique learning experience for disadvantaged and vulnerable young people at a critical time in their lives.
The charity supports young people aged 11-18 who are struggling in mainstream education due to learning disabilities such as autism and ADHD, or have suffered abuse or neglect. Often, they have come through the care system and are at risk of self-harm or turning to substance abuse or anti-social behaviour.
Global’s Make Some Noise is proud to support the charity’s new Occupational Therapy project, which provides one-to-one sessions to help disadvantaged children and young people live independently and have a sense of identity.
Through the project, the charity uses animals and their outdoor space to deliver therapeutic activities helping young people return to mainstream education, take on training or start employment.
With your help, we can help support this project and many more across the UK.