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MidasPlus helps local individuals with physical or learning difficulties who demonstrate a need that cannot be fulfilled elsewhere and with funding for projects for local community groups. MidasPlus is often seen as a ‘last resort’.

Young girl in wheelchair with family
Boy on bike for disabled
Woman in powered wheelchair

Do you know somebody that needs our help?

Case Studies

MidasPlus purchased an Orcam Reader for a blind man on benefits who lives in Ashford

MidasPlus bought a new bike for Marcel who is 12, lives in Slough and has ADHD when he had his bicycle stolen.

MidasPlus provided funding for a ‘smart drive’ which attaches to a wheelchair to make it power assisted.

MidasPlus purchased a basic wheelchair for a 14 year old who does not have a specific diagnosis but has a curvature of the spine, mobility problems and communication difficulties.  

MidasPlus purchased a Kayak for Chloe who has been diagnosed with ASD, ADH D, ODD.

MidasPlus funded one year of intensive physiotherapy for a boy aged 6 from Shepperton who was born with cerebral palsy

MidasPlus donated the funds for a Hydraulic Shower Trolley for a Special Needs School

Some other Donations

  • We’ve donated 5 fully powered wheelchairs to local disabled people.
  • Taking over 50 adults with severe disabilities & special needs on a week’s holiday to Weymouth or the Isle of Wight is an incredible undertaking for the many wonderful volunteers who are involved; just buying them an ice-cream each day costs £100! MidasPlus raised 50% of the total £15,000 that it cost The Penrose Club.
  • Carpeting for a very hard-up young mum with twins just at the crawling stage.
  • A new bath and toilet for an elderly man struggling to look after himself.
  • A phone line for an elderly infirm couple.
  • Renovating a hairdressing facility at an old people’s sheltered accommodation.
  • Making a garden safe for a family with a young daughter afflicted with severe down’s syndrome and hyper-activity.
  • Fencing for Heathrow farm who give disabled people riding lessons.
  • 2 new mobility scooters to Staines Shopmobility.