Angle House Foundation
At Angle House Orthodontics, we are committed to supporting groups in the communities we work in. To help meet this commitment we established a registered charity in 2012, the Angle House Foundation (number 1145053) to help children in our local community.
The foundation to date has made grants of over £146,000 to the following very worthy causes:
The Big Splash
The Big Splash Trust has been established to help severely disabled children and their families in West London to live fuller and easier lives. The work of the trust began with the building of a specialist hydrotherapy pool at the Jack Tizzard School in Shepherds Bush. The Angle House Foundation has donated £3000 towards the hydrotherapy pool.
The Chicken Shed is an inclusive theatre company based in North London which creates adult and children’s theatre productions, education courses and outreach projects. The Angle House Foundation has donated £6000 to support their continuing charity work.
Beanstalk Reading Programme
The Beanstalk Reading Programme is a national charity that recruits, trains and supports volunteers to work in primary schools with children who have fallen behind with their reading. The Angle House Foundation has donated funds to allow for 33 pupils in the HA8 area to have extra reading support.
Waverley School is a special needs school in Enfield. The Angle House Foundation has made a donation of £6000 for pool lights which will greatly help with the fitness and exercise programme for the children.
We always invite applications for grant funding from the Angle House Foundation for projects supporting children in our community. If you know of any local projects or charities that require funding please contact Vinnie Rintoul on 0208 952 0332 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for further details.
Our future events
You can see a complete list of all our future charity events on our Think it Possible website.
Think it Possible
Think It Possible is a social enterprise that was founded in 2014 by Anis Aneel Idress and the Partners of Angle House Orthodontics and launched with the backing of Angle House Foundation. Think It Possible is the youth engagement arm of the Angle House Foundation and its mission is to address inter-generational social mobility barriers faced by young people.
By creating opportunities, raising aspirations and developing new skills, Think It Possible equips young people with the skills and networks to break through the glass ceiling one fragment at a time.
Our aim is to provide young talented individuals from disadvantaged backgrounds the support they need to break into the professional and corporate world in the form of masterclasses, internships and mentorships. Unlike all other mediums, Think It Possible was founded in an orthodontic practice with a vision to do more for its respective patients during their treatment times (on average 18-24 months).
This is a groundbreaking initiative that focuses on tackling intergenerational social mobility in a unique way and is the only one of its kind within the medical/dental spheres globally.
So far, Think It Possible has supported over 500 young patients from disadvantaged communities to overcome institutional barriers and take a step closer to realizing their personal and professional ambitions.
Angle House Smiles
As Angle House Smiles is dedicated to improving the oral health of the local community through oral health education especially young children under the age of 11. This is delivered through Angle House’s very own oral health education team which conducts all the outreach work to improve the oral health of the community that we work in. The team is not only equipped with professional knowledge and oral health but also provides oral health aids in the form of tooth brushes, tooth pates and much more.
Angle House Smiles and Home Start
Angle House Smiles has teamed up with Home Start a leading charity in the UK to deliver Oral health messages across North London. We have attended toddler groups and also started home visits with the support of social workers and translators to help deliver the oral health message effectively. This project will continue to be carried out throughout the year with the hope to support as many families as possible with the aim to help high risk communities to improve their oral health.
Queen Be and TIP