Intact | About Us | Our Funding and Supporters

Our Funding and Supporters 2015 / 2016

  • Big Lottery
  • Arts Council
  • Children in Need
  • Lloyds Foundation
  • BBO - Invest in Youth: Big Lottery / ESF
  • BBO - Age of Opportunity: Big Lottery / ESF
  • Children in Need
  • Arts Council
  • ESF - WEA
  • Preston City Council
  • UK Online - TinderFoundation
  • Clothworkers Foundation
  • Comic Relief
  • Lancashire County council
  • Lancashire Sport
  • Community Gateway Association
  • Henry Smith
  • Full Life Church
  • Garfield Weston
  • Ingol & Tanterton Neighbourhood Council
  • Police & Crime Commissioner
  • Red Rose Recovery
  • Sure Start
  • Transition Fund
  • John Laing Charitable Trust
  1. Arts Council – provision of a range of dance activities for people of all ages
  2. Awards for All – provision of a Café 49 for people in recovery
  3. Big Lottery – Reaching Communities - Life Changes Grant
  4. Big Lottery – Reaching Communities – Unity in the Community Capital Grant
  5. Brick Fund (Red Rose Recovery) a grant for a sessional worker for the Serenity Cafe
  6. Building Better Opportunities: Age of Opportunity SELNET / European Social Fund / Big Lottery
  7. Building Better Opportunities: Invest in Youth SELNET / European Social Fund / Big Lottery
  8. Children in Need - Young Person’s Services and Activities Manager Post
  9. Clothworkers Foundation – a capital grant for acoustic folding wall & K rend
  10. Comic Relief – Positive Pals – social and leisure activities for over 50’s
  11. Community Gateway – grant towards a range of dance sessions
  12. ESF (WEA) - Life Academy Programme
  13. Full Life Church – a donation to support young peoples projects
  14. Garfield Weston Foundation – contribution towards core costs
  15. Henry Smith Charity – grant towards Centre Support and Advice Officer post
  16. Ingol & Tanterton Neighbourhood Council – a grant towards the centres running costs
  17. John Laing Charitable Trust – provision of an Environmental Project
  18. Lancashire Sport Partnership – provision of a grant to provide boxing sessions
  19. Lancashire Adult Learning – Learn Share Grow Project – Phase 3
  20. Lloyds Foundation – Enable Project Funding: Creative Connections
  21. Police & Crime Commissioner – grants to improve security & safety at the centre
  22. Preston City Council – grant funding towards Financial Inclusion Project: Fitter Finances
  23. Preston City Council – grant funding towards strategic costs / overheads of Intact
  24. Sure Start Preston West – a grant towards services for parents & their families
  25. Tinder Foundation (UK Online) Funding for Future Digital Inclusion Funding and NHS Digital Participation Funding
  26. Transition Fund – Partnership funding to develop the Intact Drop-in to provide good quality advice and support and train volunteers as advice champions
  27. Tudor Trust – grant contribution towards the administration of the Drop-in Service and the Centre Support and Advice Officer Post

Our Supporters and Donations

BAE Systems, Morrisons Deepdale, Starbucks, Rumbles Sandwich Shop, Ingol Chippy, Neals Bakery, Co-operative Ingol, Lane Ends Pub, Lakeside Superbowl, Ashton Flower Shop, CLAPA, Whitby’s Café, Booths Lane Ends, Warburtons, David Thomas Hairdressers, Dominos Blackpool Road, Lane Ends Barbers, Flame Hairdressers, Intact Staff, Students and Trustees, Preston City Trampolining Club, and Richard Bailey Builders and Joiners, Greggs.
Preston North End, Lancashire County Cricket Club, Bartle Hall, Barton Grange, Lancashire Wine School, Hobby Craft – Preston, Mecca Bingo – Blackpool, Martin Hughes Recording Studio, Caroline@carryyarnstitching, Pat May - Spiritual Connections, Preston Design and Print Centre, Sheila Toppings Crafts, McDonalds - Riversway, Jane Rainford – JCR Designs, Upcycled Designs, Rufford Hall, Cllr Bill Winlow, Collins & Darwell Printers, Gill Davies – Bootstrap Accountacy, Paul Hodgkinson – Puffin Solutions Ltd, Barry Mann, Craig Wignall, Peter Whitehead.

Our Partners

Intact collaborates with a number of agencies and organisations that have an overarching purpose of working together for the benefit of the residents and communities in Preston.

Working together in partnership brings benefits for both Service Users and Service Providers. Intacts partnership approach is founded on co-operation and collaboration between all relevant service providers who have a number of benefits for service users. The benefits of partnership working include the ability to:

  • Develop a 'whole person' approach.
  • Manage a broader range of services which address the individual's needs.
  • Recognise and utilise the strengths and areas of expertise of all the partner agencies involved.