We are so delighted to have helped fund occupational therapy for an Irchester toddler.
We are thrilled to have donated £250 to help fund an Irchester toddler’s occupational therapy, as part of our Quintessentially Community Focused charity scheme.
Aimee and Joe Line, who live in the village nearby our Steeple View Chase development, started a fundraiser to raise money for their three-year-old son Louie’s occupational therapy.
Louie experiences significant daily difficulties due to autism, and the therapy will help to improve his attention, behaviour, language, learning, social skills and emotional wellbeing. Our £250 contribution will go towards therapy sessions which start this month.
The fundraiser is running on Go Fund Me, where the couple have raised £1,200 so far, exceeding their £915 goal.
Joe said: “We would like to thank Mulberry Homes for their very kind donation for Louie. This donation will go towards Louie’s occupational therapy, which starts in February. This therapy will help with Louie’s difficulties with everyday life and give him the best chance of an independent life.
“Louie is a kind hearted, loving, funny little boy, but as parents seeing his everyday frustrations with his struggles is tough. This therapy will hopefully be the start to overcoming this.”
Kerry Jones, Sales and Marketing Director at Mulberry Homes, said: “We are delighted to be supporting the Line family, and to be helping Louie receive the essential support he needs.
“Supporting those who live amongst the communities we build in is very close to our hearts at Mulberry Homes. As soon as we saw the Go Fund Me page, we knew it was something we needed to get involved with.
“It’s wonderful news to hear that Louie’s therapy is able to start this month, and we wish them all the best for the future.”
The donation forms part of our new charity campaign, called Quintessentially Community Focused. As part of the scheme, charities and public organisations local to our developments are invited to apply to receive a one-off donation of £1 to £1,000, which can be used to help enhance the local community or environment, or provide a charitable service.
To donate to Louie’s fundraiser, visit www.gofundme.com/f/louies-occupational-therapy-funds.
For more information on Quintessential Community Focused or to submit an application, head over to our community focused page.
Steeple View Chase, located off Farndish Road, is a stunning collection of just 54 three and four-bedroom homes, including bungalows. Currently a range of three and four-bedroom homes are available, priced from £399,950 to £594,950.
Steeple View Chase is open Thursday to Monday, from 10am to 5pm (4pm on Sundays). To find out more about the development and the available homes, visit our Steeple View Chase development page or call the sales team on 0333 121 1040.