GANF  by Community Inclusive Trust cover photo


raised by 3 donations

of £2,000.00 Target Goal


Story of GANF

“It’s about encouraging reading for all pupils.” Catherine Henderson Slater (Sandon Teacher) 2019 Our children love to read and take their books home to share stories with their families. Unfortunately, Sandon School has few stories to share due to the lack of reading level appropriate books. Strict school budgets have seen school libraries suffer, and ours has been no different. The resources and location make the Grantham Library incompatible with many of our children’s needs and abilities. While it is always beneficial for pupils to get out and about in the community, we really need a well-stocked library on-site. With your support, we can begin filling our depleted library with books that meet the needs and wants of our children. Your donations will go towards purchasing a variety of sensory and reading books for our pupils to enjoy. Please help us help our children discover more stories by donating today. Text “Sandon” plus your donation amount to 70450 (Sandon 10 for a one-off £10 donation) Or Click the Donate Now button below

Community Inclusive Trust

The Community Inclusive Trust (C.I.T) currently has 14 academies across the East Midlands. C.I.T is a multi-academy chain that challenges and supports its academies to provide the highest levels of education and care for their pupils. The Trust was formed in 2014, founded by two outstanding schools, Grantham Additional Needs Fellowship (GANF) – Ambergate Sports College and Sandon School. The Trust now consists of 5 primary schools, 9 special schools, and a Teaching School – LEARN Teaching School Alliance.See other opportunities to help us here. Follow the latest events and trends in the philanthropy space hereCharity Registration No. 09071623

GANF : Photos

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GANF : Latest Donations

stephen donated £10.00+ £2.50 on 2019/7/4 at 13:23.

George donated £5.00+ £1.25 on 2019/7/3 at 13:31.

Karen donated £5.00 on 2019/7/2 at 14:7.