Supported and Valued.

Making a real difference for some of society’s most vulnerable people.

One of the most common challenges charities face is to find funding organisations that align with their purposes and will therefore support their projects. Consequently Ryan Ackrill was delighted to receive news this week that Operation Joy has received a grant from the Tameside Community Inspiration & Innovation Fund.

The fund gives local communities the opportunity to support and build community led activities or projects in their communities. One of the aims is to support the most vulnerable, enabling them to feel valued and accepted in society.

“A grant like this not only gives our work a welcome financial boost but demonstrates that the work we do is recognised and valued.” said Mission Director Terry Durose

Ryan said “Over the past two years we have built relationships with different funders and supporters. This has enabled us to take the projects to another level and as a result we have helped many people get their lives back on track”

We would like to take this opportunity to thank everyone who supports Operation Joy. Your partnership is helping to make a real difference for some of society’s most vulnerable people.

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