Funding Distribution Report
May Court 2021/22 Serving Children & Youth – $78,000 …
2021/22 Serving Children & Youth in London is $78,000
The May Court Club of London is once again please to be able to provide funding support for the Community Agencies that provide essential support to families and children, within the London Community. Your support through donations to the Club are gratefully appreciated, please give generously!
Funded Agencies and Purpose for Funds
ELUCO (East London United Church Outreach) serving east London for 37 years. The May Court Club is pleased to once again support ELUCO’s Children’s Nutrition Program. May Courts Funding of $5,000 will be used towards healthy snacks for ELUCO’s afterschool program and to provide healthy snacks to children during school vacation breaks.
LUSO Community Services is a non-profit multicultural neighbourhood resource centre, serving Northeast London for the past 40 years. The May Court Club has supported them for over 10 years, and the Club is please to be able to once again support the eight week summer breakfast program “Breakfast in a Bag” in the amount of $4,000.
LIFESPIN is a registered London Charity and has served the London community for 25 years, to enhance the lives of low-income families. The May Court Club has supported LifeSpin for over 10 years and are pleased to be able to support the Pocket Sized Farm project in the amount of $4,000 to offer learning opportunities while growing vegetables.
London Community Chaplaincy provides support to children and families living in two of the largest low-income housing complexes in the City of London. The May Court Club of London is please to provide $5,000 that will be used to support nutritious snacks for children attending the summer youth programs, operated by this agency.
Vanier Youth Services – Helping Other Parents Excel Program (HOPE): The May Court Club of London has provided funding support for Vanier Youth Services for many years, and since 2008 The Club has focused funding support for the continuation of the HOPE Program. The HOPE program helps parents navigate social, health, and police services for children aged 4 to 18 years of age; they also offer mentoring and support groups. The Club is please to support this important program in the amount of $20,000.
Thames Valley School Board: The May Court Club of London has partnered with the London School Board for many years, and this last school year the Club provided over $40,000 of nutrition dollars to 60 London schools.