As part of it’s 25th Birthday celebrations in September, POWER PLEAS has pledged to provide mobility aids for 25 more children to celebrate its past and meet some present needs of young Wolverhampton people.
As part of our publicity for the Lloyds TSB grant vote Wolves Captain Karl Henry and goalkeeper Wayne Hennessy joined with Harry Bowen, who has received an adapted trike form POWER PLEAS, at the Wolves Training Ground at Compton yesterday (23rd August).
The Lloyds Banking Group Community Fund is giving a £5000 grant to two charities in our region. POWER PLEAS is in the last three but we have to obtain votes in a competition. Please help us!
POWER PLEAS is delighted that we have received a £500 donation from the Wolverhampton Branch of Waitrose as a result of the token collection carried out at the Store in June. We are very grateful for this local support and it will be used to help in the purchase of adapted tricycles for children with […]