Posted: Wed 28th Apr 2021

Flintshire based DangerPoint awarded over £35,000 towards interactive ‘Sustainable Futures’ educational resource.

News and Info from Deeside, Flintshire, North Wales
This article is old - Published: Wednesday, Apr 28th, 2021

A Flintshire based charity has been awarded funding from the ScottishPower Foundation, which supports “incredible projects that make a positive impact on people and communities across the country.”

DangerPoint, based at Talacre has been awarded £36,590 towards its interactive ‘Sustainable Futures’ educational resource.

The innovative tool will help engage and inspire young people to develop their awareness of climate change issues while giving them the practical skills to enable them to make changes to their own behaviours and encourage others to do the same.

Lorna Langton, Funding and Partnership Officer, DangerPoint, said: “To hear that we had been chosen as a beneficiary for the Scottish Power Foundation in 2021 was amazing, it has given our staff and supporters a much-needed boost during the uncertain times of the pandemic.”

“This funding will enable us to add a new interactive educational scenario to the centre so that when we are able to welcome children and families back to Dangerpoint they will have a fantastic new zone to explore!”

Melanie Hill, Executive Officer and Trustee at the ScottishPower Foundation, said: “Once again, we were overwhelmed by the extraordinary work being delivered in our communities – day in and day out – and we’re very proud to support this year’s charities.”

“The ScottishPower Foundation is committed to supporting projects that make a hugely positive impact on people’s lives and that’s what these organisations do in abundance.”

“From improving education to promoting environmental protection and enhancing lives, the charities we’re supporting this year are doing truly transformative work.”

“We know that throughout these challenging times, people are relying on the support of charities more than ever before, and with the help of the ScottishPower Foundation, this year’s projects can go further and make a difference for more people.”

The ScottishPower Foundation was established in 2013 to make a significant and lasting contribution to society, enhancing the lives of people living in communities throughout the UK. It provides funding to help support the advancement of education, environmental protection, arts and culture and citizenship.

It also supports charities who aim to provide relief from poverty, disability, or other disadvantages.

Spotted something? Got a story? Send a Facebook Message | A direct message on Twitter | Email:
Latest News

  • National Office for Care and Support formally launched
  • How to avoid Wales’ potholes and what to do if you hit one
  • Fordhall Farm Events partners with Chester Race Company

  • More...

    National Office for Care and Support formally launched


    How to avoid Wales’ potholes and what to do if you hit one


    Fordhall Farm Events partners with Chester Race Company


    Calls for urgent clarity of future of nuclear energy developments in North Wales


    Wales’ Ombudsman under scrutiny: Inquiry into political neutrality pushed after official’s resignation


    Three finishes bottom of the pile in Which?’s best and worst mobile phone provider survey


    Senedd passes Bill to simplify consenting process for major infrastructure projects in Wales


    Wales Wildfire Board launches new ‘WildfireWise’ awareness campaign


    MS welcomes ‘enthusiastic’ Flintshire pupils to the Senedd