On Monday Oct 27th, Cynnig were delighted to welcome Jane Harris, trust administrator for the Morgan Foundation, to their offices in Denbigh. The reason for Jane’s visit was to present a cheque from The Morgan Foundation to Cynnig for £65,000.

 

Cynnig is a ‘not For Profit’ company that organises activities for adults with learning disabilities, autism, mental health difficulties and brain injuries.

 

The activities Cynnig provide are designed to promote independence and improve life skills, build confidence and encourage physical and mental wellbeing.

 Vulnerable adults can experience feelings of social isolation. Cynnig activities provide opportunities for participants to meet and make new friends and participate more fully in their community.

 

Cynnig would like to extend their thanks to The Morgan Foundations for their generous support.  The money from The Morgan Foundation will help Cynnig to continue to provide stimulating activities for vulnerable adults in Denbighshire and neighbouring counties over the next three years.

 

The Morgan Foundation

  • The Morgan Foundation was created in 2001 by Steve Morgan CBE with the purpose of supporting charities across North Wales, Merseyside, West Cheshire and North Shropshire. Since 2001 it has committed over £35m of funding.

 

  • Help is focussed mainly on those who work directly with children and families, but it is interested in all projects that enhance the quality of life for people in the region, particularly those suffering from disability or disadvantage.

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