News Archive


Baby Cot Funding

This Kent based family had to restart their life after escaping their abusive past.  They have recently moved to a new house and the mother gave birth to a baby girl a few weeks ago. Therefore, the family required support with funding for essentials for their baby. 


School Library Fit for Purpose

Aspire School is a brand new Special Educational Needs (SEN) primary school that officially opened to it's first ever students in September 2020. The school has been especially designed to cater for the needs of children from Reception year to Year 6 who have autism or severe speech and language needs.


Cheque for Struggling Folkestone Mum

Kent County COuncil contact Red Eagle Foundation as they were faced with helping a young mum and her two children. 


Play Therapy Toys for St Eanswythes School

Small World play equipment has been purchased for St Eanswthes School in Folkestone which is used for family dynamics work and for children to express their understanding of the current family situation and to play out scenarios. 


Alro Receive His New Safety Helmet

Arlo is 2 years old and has been diagnosed with Autism. Arlo headbangs regularly throughout the day in response to intense emotions and frustration due to being non verbal. 


New Secure Buggy for Oliver

Suffering with Autism, Oliver is also non verbal and can be a bit of a handful when out and about.  This new specialist secure buggy will help with his outside care to enable him to get some fresh air whilst remaining safe and secure.


Josh Receives Much Needed Garden Play Equipment

The Red Eagle Foundation are delighted to provide Josh with some much needed play equipment for his garden.


New Adaptable Buggy for Jordan

Jordan is a young boy who hasn’t had the best start in life. He has multiple problems, including foetal alcohol syndrome, autism, global developmental delay. In addition, he is hearing impaired, non-verbal, lacks understanding and has a chromosome deficiency.


Funding for Sunrise Play Therapy

The Red Eagle Foundation recently made a grant award of £580 to fund 14 play therapy sessions with professional child therapist, Lynda Barlow from Sunrise Play Therapy.