MADM have some wonderful corporate donors that have partnered with us to help the disadvantaged.
We want to express our deepest gratitude to M&S and ALDI who regularly donate food to help our service users/ those in need.
Agencies Who We Work With
MADM works with many different agencies, some of these include Local Authorities, Social Services, Early Help, Family Liaison, Community Mental Health, NHS Health Visitors, Supported Housing/Housing Associations, Churches, Switch Café, Other related charities and organisations (Porchlight, Salvation Army, Winter Shelter, Day Centre), Kent Police, Fusion Healthy, Living Centre
MADM is proud to a Disability Committed Employer. The was given to MADM showing that as a charity we are committed to ensuring our recruitment process is inclusive and accessible. Offering interviews to disabled people who meet minimum criteria. Provide reasonable adjustments as required. Support with existing employees who acquire long term condition, enabling them to stay at work.
MADM has been proud to be part of the Kent Police Initial Learning and Development Placement Programme. This programme see's student Police officers spending 2 days within MADM as part of there training to become an Officer. This gives the recruits a chance to see the great work that we are able to offer at MADM. This also gives the recruits a reality that they cannot learn within a class setting.
MADM is also part of the Independent Police Advisory Group (IPAG) - The IPAG consists of a group of people from the community. The County Chair and Vice Chair regularly meet with the District Chairs, other volunteers, senior police officers and other agencies to help improve the services provided to communities in Kent. The meetings allow Kent Police to receive feedback form agencies to help shape and improve services.
MADM has also been able to work with and bless the Chibozu community trust with a number of different items.
We have donated clothes, toys, bedding, curtains, books, blankets, wheel chairs and various other items to help the project in Zambia. The charity has been setup by Milden H Choongo- Founder in 2007. His concern was how to counter the poverty, lack of education and health facilitates for the community of Simooya and surrounding. The idea was how to help the community to overcome poverty to make a difference in the lives of children, families and the whole community.
"The Wheel chair was delivered to a 26 year old girl in Ndola who has not walked for years now. Thank you Prayerfully for your Interventionin someone's life. Please carry on the wonderful gestures and passion you have for people in need. Bless you".
Milden H Choongo.
MADM has the privilege of supporting the Purple Community Fund. Currently we are collecting "Ring Pulls" to enable them to run holistic programmes for the whole family in livelihood, education, health and nutrition in the Philippines and Tanzania. We want our beneficiaries to earn a sustainable living to support their families. We enable parents to perfect new skills through a variety of programmes for both men and women whilst supporting their children in education.
Clicking on the button below will take you to the "Purple Community Fund" page, where you will be able to find out more and get involved.
MADM wishes to thank a number of people that have significantly helped and been instrumental in the development of the charity. George Cook (The Cook Foundation) and Marcel Young have both assisted greatly in helping set up the charity and continue to act in an advisory capacity and offer ongoing support.