Our Funders

Our Funders

latest news...

July 2017
Through funding from ESF we have delivered an employability course to prepare young people and young mums for the world of work
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June 2017
The kids that come to our youth club worked hard to create a video that portrays what they think about Centre 63. We are totally blow away by it, what do you think? Click below to watch.  
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March 2017
Starting March 30th the Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine and the University of Liverpool are joining our Youth Club to perform a series of interactive workshops right here at Centre 63! Kids can perform real experiments with real scientists! Completely free! It's free to join our Youth Club and free food is provided for your child. Ages 8-12: 4:30pm - 6:30pm Ages 13-17 6:45pm - 20:30pm  
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Our Funders and Supporters:
The Rank FoundationJMFHenry Smith Charity
supporting peopleThe big Deal
J Paul GettyCatch 22
comic reliefChildren in Need

The Rank Foundation                   

The Rank Foundation is a grant giving charitable trust, restricted to causes within the UK approved by the Charity Commission. 
We support Centre 63 and are proud to do so.


We aim to enable people who face barriers as a result of social, educational, physical, economic, cultural, or geographical disadvantages and to improve their social conditions and quality of life. We give our full support to Centre 63.

Big Lottery Fund                              

Every year the Big Lottery Fund gives out millions of pounds from the National Lottery to good causes. Our money goes to community groups and to projects that improve health, education and the environment which we know are some of Centre 63’s aims.

Children in Need                               

The Acting Sound Project is funded solely by BBC Children In Need who provide grants to projects
in the UK which focus on children and young people who are disadvantaged.
They work with people all over the UK and support small and large
organisations which empower children and extend their life choice.


The Royal Bank of Scotland                  

The Skills and Opportunities fund aim to be able to help build
a better community for everyone. The way in which that they
achieve this is by seeking projects that will enable people in
communities develop, create or access the skills
and opportunities they need to build their financial capability 
or to start or develop a new business now or in the future.