Callum’s Promise Launch
Include Me TOO launched a new project Callum’s Promise which aims to increase Fun, Adventures and Friendships to disabled children and young people. The event was attended by many supporters and disability advocates which included Adam Pearson, Samantha Renke, Tanya Motie, Well Child’s Awards recipient Myles Sketchley, Sophie Walker Leader
National Diversity Awards
Include Me TOO beat seven others in the running for the Community Organisation Award in the Age category. Acting sensation Philip Olivier presented the incredible organisation with the accolade. Include Me TOO was applauded at the ceremony for being the only national charity supporting disabled children, young people and their families from BAME and other marginalised community backgrounds.
Include Me TOO’s National Community Inspiration Awards
Include Me TOO hosted the charity’s first ever National Community Inspiration Awards – a prestigious blue tie event, which celebrated and recognised the inspirational disabled children, young people and their families from grass root communities.
Time for Real Action
A landmark event took place on Monday 18th June 2012 at the House of Commons, with BAME parents and carers of disabled children and young people from across different regions attending Include Me TOO’s launch of their report, Time for REAL ACTION. Many community/faith representatives attended the event alongside voluntary and statutory organisations who pledged their support.
Include Me TOO Song release
Making sure our children’s voices were heard, in April 2005 Wolverhampton’s disabled children and young people produced the “Include Me TOO!” song. In November 2008 children and young people with disabilities were able to purchase the CD from HMV.
Charter of Rights Launch
Include Me TOO launched the National Charter of Rights for Disabled Children and Young People, endorsed by the three main political parties, national charities and the former Children’s Commissioner Sir Al Aynsley-Green. The Launch took place at the Children’s Commissioners Offices in London. Disabled children and young people through consultation, produced and developed their “Include Me TOO” Charter in 2005. 25th April 2007 Visting Downing Street Disabled children, Young people and Parents/Carers from
Visiting Downing Street
Disabled children, Young people and Parents/Carers from different parts of the UK paid a special and historical visit to Parliament. this visit was to mark the occasion of the fact that for the very first time the three political parties and both houses of Parliament were coming together to sign their endorsement and express their commitment for the National “Include me TOO” Charter of Rights