The Pixel Fund has kindly donated £10,000 over three years towards Meningitis Now’s research project being carried out at the University of Liverpool.
Hearts & Minds are so very grateful to The Pixel Fund for their support and generosity of our Elderflowers programme in Scotland. Elderflowers use unique therapeutic interactions with ladies and gents suffering from dementia to increase movement, communication and bring light, joy and hope to individuals isolated by the illness.
The Pixel Fund is kindly supporting Dogs for Good’s Family Dog service. Family Dog benefits families who have a child with autism and is delivered through workshops and aftercare support. The service advises families how to train their pet dog to help the child cope better with daily life and facilitate a calmer home environment for the family as a whole.
More than 100,000 people in the UK have multiple sclerosis – the most common neurological condition in young adults. In MS, the body’s immune system damages the myelin sheath surrounding and protecting nerve fibres. This interferes with messages travelling from the brain and spinal cord to other parts of the body.