There are a number of organisations and individuals who enable us to continue to deliver our services by supporting us financially.

We’re incredibly grateful for their ongoing support. Without them, we wouldn’t be able to do what we do – provide guidance for parent carers, and help them have their voices heard.

Find out more about our supporters below – and if you’re interested in working with us then please don’t hesitate to contact us. We’d love to hear from you!

Statutory Organisations

Calderdale Metropolitan Borough Council (Calderdale MBC)

Calderdale MBC provide finances that enable us to deliver some of our core support services, including most of our current courses for parent carers. We also work very closely with them on a number of services, including:

  • The Local Offer – an online portal full of information on support and activities for children with special needs and disabilities in Calderdale.

Calderdale Clinical Commissioning group (Calderdale CCG)

We also work closely with Calderdale CCG, who organise the delivery of NHS services in Calderdale. Through our annual survey, our members can provide feedback on health services across the county.

Grant Providers

Lloyds Bank Foundation

The Lloyds Bank Foundation for England and Wales supports small and medium charities that work with people to help them break out of disadvantage at critical points in their lives. They provide both financial and practical assistance for charities like Unique Ways, and we’re very grateful for their ongoing support.

Contact a Family

Contact a Family was founded in the 1970s by families of disabled children to provide support and services nationwide. Their mission and values, much like ours, are focused on continually improving the lives of families with disabled children, and we’re very proud to work with them.

North & East Halifax Ward Forum

The North & East Halifax Ward Forum is a chance for people living in the area to have their say about issues that matter to them. The forum also provides grants to services and organisations that benefit the ward – including Unique Ways.


We’ve been incredibly lucky to have a number of fantastic people raise money for Unique Ways over the years. Every little helps, and we’re always excited to hear any new ideas you have for raising funds. Find out more on our fundraising page.

Other Supporters

Council for Disabled Children

The Council for Disabled Children is the umbrella body for the disabled children’s sector. They bring together professionals, practitioners and policy-makers from over 200 voluntary and community organisations to help provide a collective voice on behalf of disabled children nationwide.

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