Sponsor AMURT NW

AMURT NW works in some of Liverpool's most deprived neighbourhoods where rates of child poverty are at their highest. Their Animal Assisted Therapy programme will give 480 children from disadvantaged families the opportunity to work with ponies and experience some of the benefits of Animal Assisted Therapy. Animal Assisted Therapy can improve mental health and tackle feelings of isolation. It teaches children empathy, patience, responsibility, self worth, social skills and confidence.

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Our Projects


Serving food and drink and befriending asylum seekers.

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English ClassJust Drop in English classes 3 times a week.

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Meals for elderly on wheels

Meals for Elders On Wheels runs weekly coffee mornings for the elderly on a Friday 10am-12pm in the Cafe at The Florrie (The Florence Institute).

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Pets and Arts Therapy (PEAR)

PEAR is running an Animal Assisted Therapy (AAT) programme on Wednesday afternoons, in partnership with Park Palace Ponies.

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Our Pipeline Projects


Befriending club, skills and employment workshops, new arrivals induction programme and a community integration scheme.

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Community Building, the aim of the COMB project is to encourage a greater sense of community in the local areas.

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Youth Development Alliance.

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