We are a national charity registered with the Charity Commission, predominately focusing our charitable relief activities in facilitating Emergency Crisis Grants to beneficiaries who are suffering times of acute financial stress.
We were set up by our trustees to help the parents of children with severe disabilities including Cerebral Palsy, Leukaemia and Scoliosis amongst other serious medical conditions of a terminal or a progressive nature.
Through our unique experience of the provision of emergency financial assistance, we have the ability to magnify each £1 donated into real life, real time benefits.
We would like to extend our thanks to ASDA and Sainsbury's supermarkets nationwide for their continued support and a special thanks to Waitrose in Palmers Green for making us their charity of the month. This is our first 8 months!
We have recently helped Isaac from Enfield with Autism, Ellie from Dagenham with Cystic Fibrosis and Jordon from Bath who is blind and suffers from behavioural difficulties. We have also been able to make donations to The North East Autism Society, Heart of England Foundation Trust Charity, The Wood street Mission in Manchester and the Handicapped Children's Action Group in Essex. This has all been made possible because of the generosity of the public, the help of our volunteers and the interaction of Asda and Sainsbury's supermarkets, Without whom we could not achieve what we do.