Charities supported in 2022
We are training Ability Dogs to help children with physical and mental disabilities, including cerebral palsy, autism, diabetes and epilepsy for children on the Isle of Wight.
Having a premature or poorly baby can happen to anyone and because everything occurs so quickly and usually unexpectedly, it can leave you feeling upset, confused, scared and very vulnerable.
Home-Start offers befriending support along with practical and emotional advice in the homes of families who are having difficulties managing parenting for a variety of different reasons, and supporting their children.
The disabled children and young people who access our services will typically have a learning difficulty, complex health needs, physical or sensory impairment, challenging behaviour, Autism or severe ADHD.
We do whatever it takes to help change the future of disabled and autistic children by providing diagnosis, equipment, services and support to help them lead a full and active life.
We care for children throughout Scotland, and we're here for the whole family. Whether you're at home, in hospital, or visiting us at Rachel or Robin House, we'll give you the care and support you need, when you need it.
They care for children and young people up to the age of 25 and their families from Essex and the surrounding boroughs who have been diagnosed with a complex or incurable condition.
The charity trains dogs to support children with life-threatening health conditions, saving their lives on a daily basis and helping the NHS by keeping them out of hospital.
Giving Depth To Short Lives…. The charity is working to improve the quality of life for children with life-limiting illnesses living in financially disadvantaged households throughout the UK.
The charity makes sure young people have someone in their corner right from the start. They walk with young people from diagnosis through every step of their treatment, and for up to two years afterwards, so that they can recover and live life to the full.
The charity provides music therapy across Northamptonshire (at home, in hospital or as part of continuing care) for children and young people (0-19) with life-limiting illnesses (or life-threatening conditions).