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heywoodlittlemonkeys.org.uk

Heywood Little Monkeys Charity Shop
48 Adelaide Street
Heywood
Lancs OL10 4HF

Tel:01706 557523
Fax:01706 620800

Heywood Children’s Charity Little Monkeys is a charity registered in England number 1084011
Registered Office: York House Surgery, 19 York Street, Heywood, Lancs Ol10 4NN

Little Monkeys

Heywood Charity Shop

Heywood Little Monkeys is a new charity for the 21st Century, whose aim is ‘to enrich the physical, psychological and social well-being of disadvantaged children and pregnant women in Heywood, in order that the children may achieve more of their full potential as adult citizens’. It is basically aimed at combatting growing problems of poverty, malnutrition and illness in our town and giving children a chance in life, regardless of their home backgrounds.

Who was behind the idea?

The idea of Little Monkeys was the brainchild of professionals already working in Heywood with Young People. The charity was established in 1999 and the Trustees include a Heywood GP, a Practice Manager, a Health Visitor, a Social Worker, a Head teacher and a Local Councillor. This is a non-political and non-profit making organisation that has the full backing of all religious denominations in the town.

How does it work?

Money is raised locally and spent locally. All the money that is raised is ploughed back into the community and spent on helping disadvantaged youngsters.
What is ‘Little Monkeys’?

Heywood Little Monkeys is a new charity for the 21st Century, whose aim is ‘to enrich the physical, psychological and social well-being of disadvantaged children and pregnant women in Heywood, in order that the children may achieve more of their full potential as adult citizens’. It is basically aimed at combatting growing problems of poverty, malnutrition and illness in our town and giving children a chance in life, regardless of their home backgrounds.

Who was behind the idea?

The idea of Little Monkeys was the brainchild of professionals already working in Heywood with Young People. The charity was established in 1999 and the Trustees include a Heywood GP, a Practice Manager, a Health Visitor, a Social Worker, a Head teacher and a Local Councillor. This is a non-political and non-profit making organisation that has the full backing of all religious denominations in the town.

How does it work?

Money is raised locally and spent locally. All the money that is raised is ploughed back into the community and spent on helping disadvantaged youngsters.

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