Thank you – we raised over £1000
But we still need more to completely develop the organic sensory garden. So we have extended the deadline till Christmas to make sure we can make it a special place for the children & adults at CCD.
Just to remind you why CCD needs a sensory garden
What is the issue?
Many of the children supported by CCD have been through a tremendous amount of trauma and loss for children so young. The realisation of their abandonment by their families, alongside coping with the physical aspects of their disability can place considerable psychological strain on them. For many this can have a debilitating effect on their recovery and diminish their ability to access mainstream education and public life.
How will this project solve this problem?
This project aims to transform a disused plot of land into a wheelchair accessible organic educational and therapeutic sensory haven for disabled children. Through gardening the children will learn new skills, from planting to harvesting and eventually selling & cooking the organic produce. The positives dont stop there. Gardening increases physical dexterity, enhanced social skills, improved communication & team work, alongside healthier eating habits and boosting wellbeing levels in children
Potential Long Term Impact
Rainbow House resides up to 40 kids as part of it residential & respite services. Providing day care support for local children from the Nontheburi province aswell as children from the State Institutions in Pakkret. All these children will benefit from working, relaxing and even enjoying the fresh organic produce on CCD’s daily menu. To increase social integration CCD will showcase the garden to the public and invite NGOs from other communities to see the positive healing qualities of gardening.
Sensory Garden link on Global Giving:
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