Find out more about the charities, why they are so important to Indigo, how you can connect to their websites and find their Just Giving pages!
“Having seen two of my children (Calum and Thomas) lose their battles with Myotonic Dystrophy and my wife’s heath deteriorate with the same, I am deeply appreciative of the people behind our chosen charities who are hugely supportive and enrich not only ours but the lives of so many.”
Steve Johnson – Managing Director
In memory of the legendary
12/04/1995 – 03/01/2014
“A very inspirational young man, a friend, legend! A young man who taught me what life is about. Despite everything you still loved God. Many are times I fail. You were always positive.”
Davy Chilakalaka, family friend.
Hebden Green Community School – Winsford
Tom Johnson attended Hebden Green from his pre-school early years in 1998 until his untimely death in January 2014. Tom was a popular and hands-on student who liked to keep everyone on their toes, especially the staff! Tom’s unforgettable dry sense of humour and story telling certainly left a lasting impression.
Indigo look to honour Alison Ashley (Head) and her team for creating such an amazing and inspirational school, where not only students truly flourish but parents and families are supported and communities engage.
Myotonic Dystrophy Support Group
More than muscle wasting, Myotonic Dystrophy is known as a multi-system degenerative disease affecting many parts of the body. Medically incurable, this genetic disease will all too often leave a trail of devastation through affected families who find themselves contending with its many facets.
Whilst supporting research and raising awareness, the Myotonic Dystrophy Support Group are a lifeline to all those affected by facilitating a wealth of information and support.
Middlewich Community Church (MCC)
The Johnson family have been active in the life of MCC for over a decade supporting a Church which lives out its passion to Love God, Love People and Love Life.
Relevant in todays society, MCC, known as The Church Without Walls, demonstrates the love of Christ in numerous ways, including Mococo House, Middlewich, which is owned and managed by MCC, providing 24/7 support across nine self-contained bedsits. Here, vulnerable young people leaving the care system are nurtured and taught valuable life skills leading them into independent and successful living.
Indigo honour David & Yvonne Moore who, for over 20 years, selflessly dedicated their lives to serving the community of Mid-Cheshire. Below is the link to MCC’s newly set up Just Giving page.