We are only a small charity but always have families needing support. If you would like to apply for our assistance the application form is only a click away.
Ask for help
If you are a family with a sick or disabled child and need some help, please download our application form for charitable assistance and send it to us, we will be in touch very soon.
We rely totally on donations to help our families. If you would like to hold a fund raising event please contact us for more information on the charity or to make a donation click our Donation button.
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Thank you for helping us help others to be Over the Moon…
Laura, a young student, has had to go to the US for life saving surgery for a rare condition called Ehlers Danlos Syndrome which effects her spine and spinal cord. We have been able to contribute funding towards her post operative rehabilitation, recovery medication, follow up consultations and physio and hydrotherapy.
Funding provided £5000.
Joyti and Deepa are twin girls suffering from Epilepsy and mobility and severe learning difficulties. We were able to provide a number of sensory toys for their joint tbirthday presents.
Funding provided £211.05
Alfie is 6 years old and was born with severe Epilepsy which causes him to stop breathing. The monitors allow his parents to get on with other things, whilst secure in the knowledge they can keep an eye on him.
Funding provided £213.93
Brandon is 8 years old and suffers from Cerebral Palsy and Spastic Diplegia and we have provided funding for intensive physiotherapy for him.
Funding provided £2,700