Partnership with award winning activity company
Caudwell Children, one of the UK’s leading children’s charities, has announced a fundraising partnership with award winning musical activity company, Rhythm Time.
The company, who deliver developmental music classes to over 12,000 young children, aged 0-6, through its 41 franchised businesses, has chosen Caudwell Children as its Charity of the Year.
Staffordshire based Caudwell Children, provide practical and emotional support to disabled children and their families across the UK.
Ben Sutcliffe, Director of Executive Projects at Caudwell Children, is delighted by the partnership. As he explained: “Rhythm Time are a well-established company having been founded in the Midlands in 1995.
“The company’s philosophy is based on the power and importance of music for the development of babies, toddlers and pre-school children.
“These are groups that we support and our respective services help the children that we work with to lead happy, active and independent lives.
“So we couldn’t be happier that such a well-respected company as Rhythm Time has chosen Caudwell Children as its Charity of the Year.”
Despite the coronavirus crisis Rhythm Time has worked tirelessly to adapt its award-winning classes to be enjoyed online and at home, to ensure that children benefit from continuous development.
“With the enforced isolation brought about by the current health crisis it is extremely important to stay active, fit and healthy,” said Mr Sutcliffe. “Rhythm Time’s Facebook live classes, which feature content especially designed for babies, toddlers and pre-school children, help parents to ensure that their young ones continue to do just that.”
Mr Sutcliffe, says that families with disabled children are feeling particularly vulnerable and isolated during the current pandemic and believes that Rhythm Times daily content, and Members Hub, will give them a community of parents to communicate with across the UK.
“Whilst Rhythm Time’s content is great for developing listening, speech and language skills, together with confidence and self-esteem in children, its equally important that parents have a platform on which they can chat and share ideas,” concluded Mr Sutcliffe.
A Rhythm Time monthly package costs £22.50 and for every online booking they will donate 50p to Caudwell Children.
You can find out more about Rhythm Time’s online classes here.
You can find out more about Caudwell Children’s services here.