Kickstart something that will transform the wheelchair accessible housing market. Be part of an inter-generational change and giving security to many.
Collaboration will be key to achieving an independent life for wheelchair users. As a Founder Partner of Community Sponsors Homes you or your organisation will benefit in a number of ways. View our Founder Partner pack…
If you are interested in becoming a supporter of Community Sponsors Homes, please contact: Sharon Heathcote at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 020 7930 8600
Brian has been at Aspire, a National Spinal Cord Injury Charity, since 1998. Over the past twenty years Brian has led the national expansion of the Charity’s work including a National Housing Programme that provides temporary homes for patients being discharged from hospital. Brian is also the Chairman of the Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital Charity, a Director of Aspire Law, a Trustee of the Triathlon Trust and a Longford Trust Mentor.
In 1985, Stuart was spinally injured at the age of 17. Following this tragic event, he has turned what could have been a negative life into one of success and entrepreneurship.
In 1989, Stuart founded his own company, Cyclone (www.cyclonemobility.com), that is now regarded as one of the leading mobility and rehabilitation equipment suppliers in the UK. During his time in business, he has seen the benefits that correct housing can have on wheelchair users opportunities in life – both from customers and his own personal experiences. Stuart has developed two of his own self-build projects and watched 1,000s of wheelchair users go from restrictive housing to empowering designs.
Stuart will offer Community Sponsors Homes his wealth of knowledge to ensure the best housing resources are offered to the tenants.
Robert advises not for profit entities on investment strategy, and has
developed charity related credit rating criteria for private investors.
He has has been on housing association Boards, and his other charitable
interests include membership of the Woodland Trust and local wildlife