We do this by delivering play across the city in partnership with other great organisations who share the same values.
We began playing in pilot sessions in February 2019, talking with other caregivers and listening to what’s important to you and your little ones in Wolverhampton.
We continue to listen and share stories by delivering a range of carefully developed early years play sessions in community locations and schools across the city. Spaces have included Gatis Community Space, The Light House, Wednesfield Community Centre and All Saints Community Centre with access for all.
We became a Community Interest Company in July 2020 and opened an our online shop with Play at Home resources and gifts - strengthening the organisation to be able to invest into accessible play across the city, particularly in this challenging time. Our Covid-19 response has included Play at Home Packs Project, and outdoor play sessions.
We are working towards a permanent home for Wolves Play Cafe in the future and want to learn along the way with you so we can make it a fun and friendly place for children and caregivers of Wolverhampton to enjoy.
If you have any ideas or would like to support and help build the organisation in any way please get in touch with Lisa or Helen, we'd love to talk to you!
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We're always looking to hear from people who share our passion!
Wolves Play Cafe is so grateful of our funders and partners who are also passionate about play!
The Light House
Gatis Community Space
Wednesfield Community Centre
All Saints Action Network
Wolverhampton for Everyone
Midlands School of Social Entrepreneurs
Lloyds Bank Start-Up Programme
National Lottery Community Fund
Millennium Point Charitable Trust
Wolves Play Cafe is a not-for-profit organisation, all funds are invested into supporting young children and their caregivers in our city.