Allsorts Gloucestershire

Allsorts supports and empowers children and young people with disabilities and additional needs, improving their health, well-being and quality of life.

We offer a range of activities for the whole family, including parents, carers and siblings, as well as disables children of different ages and abilities.

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bibic

Fact – bibic changes children's lives!

We believe every child should have the opportunity to reach their full potential.

We work with children and young people aged 6 months and up with neurological and genetic conditions that cause developmental difficulties and affect their social, physical, communication and learning abilities.

These conditions include cerebral palsy, Down's syndrome, autism, ADHD, dyslexia and more, as well as children with no diagnoses.

bibic program works with families to help them understand their children. Families tell us that “bibic has changed our lives”, “before bibic we didn't know what to do” and “bibic has saved our family”.

bibic needs your help to continue to offer these families the help they need. We are a small charity with a big job to do and demand for our service is growing. We don't receive and government funding and this year alone we need to raise £600,000 to break even.

So please join our lottery and help us to help disabled children each and every day making a difference to their lives. At bibic every donation makes a difference.

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Birmingham Children's Hospital Charity

Thousands of children need treatment at Birmingham Children's Hospital every year & thanks to you we can make sure this experience as comfortable & reassuring as possible. You're The Best - Thank You!

Your weekly participation in our lottery is so important in so many ways. For example, last year funds raised by our regular givers enabled us to:

  • Furnish a parent's bedroom on our Intensive Care Unit so that Mums and Dads can get a comfortable night's sleep, whilst still being close to their little ones.
  • Create a beautiful sensory garden to provide a tranquil alternative to our busy outpatient waiting area.
  • Upgrade our lecture theatre with a new projector so that we can stage Movie Nights for our patients.

It means so much to our children and their families to know that people are thinking of them and sending their love and support. So from all of them to all of you - thank you.

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Bobath Children's Therapy Centre

Bobath Children's Therapy Centre Wales provides specialist Bobath therapy to children in Wales who have cerebral palsy. Bobath therapy consists of physiotherapy, occupational therapy and speech and language therapy. Children are referred to the centre by their consultant paediatrician and we accept children regardless of the severity of their disability.

Although the brain damage that occurs is permanent and there is no cure available, Bobath therapy makes a real and positive difference to the life of every child who has cerebral palsy. At Bobath we focus on the ability not the disability.

  • Cerebral palsy is the number one disability in children in the world.
  • Every six hours another child is born who will have cerebral palsy.
  • The incidence of cerebral palsy is not declining largely due to the number of babies who survive being born prematurely.
  • Any woman who is pregnant could have a child with cerebral palsy. You could have a child or grandchild with cerebral palsy.
  • Cerebral palsy can affect movement, sensation, perception, cognition, communication and eating and drinking. In some children, all of their functions may be affected.

This year the Bobath Centre needs to raise over £1.300,000 to keep the Centre open and provide ongoing therapy to all children in Wales who need it.

"If our daughter hadn't received Bobath therapy I don't think she would be achieving or progressing as 'normally' as she is. The centre is a fantastic place and makes a remarkable difference that will last with the children forever."

Please support us. Thank you!

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Breathe for Cameron

Breathe for Cameron was established after our co-founders son, Cameron, sadly died after suffering an asthma attack. 1.1 million children suffer with asthma in the UK. Sadly 3 people die every day, of which 2 of these deaths are preventable. It is our mission to make sure no families suffer the loss of a child because of an asthma attack.

We provide all schools in Kingston Upon Hull and the East Riding of Yorkshire with emergency inhalers and spacers. We hope to roll this scheme out nationally in the coming years.

Did you know that on average, there is at least one child in every classroom who duffers with asthma? It is our mission to change the face of asthma, one breath at a time.

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Building Blocks Family Centre

Building Blocks' mission is to “build the foundations for our families' future” we provide family support, parenting support, childcare, training courses, children services such as children clubs, youth forum and support for disabled children whilst employing 24 local people. As a small charity we need your help to raise as many funds as possible to help us to continue delivering our much needed services.

“Building Blocks has helped me improved my life in all sorts of ways. As a volunteer it gave me confidence to be in a work setting. In training I was equipped with many different skills to make me more confident as a parent by helping me understand my son's struggles with commutation and how I help him develop and improve. It also helped my daughter socialise and become more confident from going into the nursery.”

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Chernobyl Childrens Project UK

Chernobyl Children's Project (UK) works in Belarus, the country most heavily affected by the nuclear disaster of 1986.

Local groups throughout Britain host children and teenagers for recuperative holidays away from their contaminated homeland. Many of these children are in remission from cancer and we also supply medicines for the cancer hospital in Minsk and support the children's home hospice movement.

We deliver humanitarian aid several times a year to schools, children's homes and social centres.

We set up and continue to run a small family home for young adults with disabilities and second family home for disabled children.

In 2003 we established the first overnight respite care centre in Belarus to support families with several disabled children.

Every summer we take over 100 children with disabilities from an orphanage to a holiday camp in Belarus, and British volunteers make sure they have a great time.

In 2000 we were asked to organise training in Gomel to help to get children out of the orphanages and into local foster families. Since then twenty UK professionals have taken part in dozens of training programmes for directors, social workers, psychologists, doctors and academics, making a real difference to the lives of many children.

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Childhood Eye Cancer Trust

Retinoblastoma, a rare childhood eye cancer, can devastate lives of those affected. Treatment may last years and many children lose at least one eye to save their life. The Childhood Eye Cancer Trust (CHECT) offers vital support to those affected, helping from diagnosis, through school years into adulthood and beyond. CHECT also raises awareness of this cancer and funds research.

Your support enables CHECT to fund global research projects to improve treatments and reduce the negative impact on those babies and young children affected. It helps CHECT educate parents, carers and health professionals about the subtle signs of this cancer so children may be diagnosed sooner and their outcome improved.

CHECT receives no government funding. Without your support none of this would be possible. Thank you for helping to make a difference to the lives of those affected by retinoblastoma.

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Childlife

Throughout the UK, thousands of children and young people are facing challenges in their lives as a result of illness, disability or social circumstances. Childlife helps to improve the lives of children and young people by raising funds for the work of its four member charities.

Our partner charities supporting children are Ataxia UK, Acorn's Children's Hospice, National Deaf Children's Society and the National Children's Bureau. Together they reach many thousands of children and young people every year, providing a range of direct services, information and advice to promote the interest and wellbeing of all children and young people. In their different ways, the four charities are all providing support and information to improve the lives of children and young people every day.

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Children's Cancer and Leukaemia Group

Children's Cancer and Leukaemia Group (CCLG) is a leading national charity and expert voice for all childhood cancers.

Each week in the UK and Ireland, more than 30 children are diagnosed with cancer. Our network of dedicated professional members work together in treatment, care and research to help shape a future where all children with cancer survive and live happy, healthy and independent lives.

We fund and support innovative world-class research and collaborate, both nationally and internationally, to drive forward improvements in childhood cancer. Our award-winning information resources help lessen the anxiety, stress and loneliness commonly felt by families, giving support throughout the cancer journey.

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Diverse Abilities

There are hundreds of children and adults in Dorset living with physical and learning disabilities. You are helping us provide them and their families the care, support and fun that they deserve.

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Dreams Come True

Dreams Come True is a national charity helping children and young people between 2 and 21 with serious and life-limiting conditions.

Fulfilling a dream can have a profound impact. Dreams – swimming with dolphins, meeting a favourite celebrity or having a piece of specialist equipment – can provide a positive focus, creating joyful memories for families to treasure in difficult times.

Each child has a truly unique dream, fulfilling a child's personal dream provides an unforgettable experience and brings extraordinary happiness and sheer joy. A dream fulfilled provides enduring and treasured memories and an enhanced sense of wellbeing that can empower families too.

The reality is that the children and young people we work with have less time to realise their dream. This is because they are undergoing long and difficult rounds of hospital treatment, or their prognosis is terminal. The focus of the children and their families is about getting through every day.

A dream then for these children and young people is something that keeps them going and that they can look forward to, a moment in time when they can forget their illness and treatment. A dream is far reaching, bringing lasting joy to our children and creating treasured memories for their families.

With around 50,000 children and young people accessing palliative care in the UK each year, it is our passion to reach as many young lives as possible. The average cost of a dream is £2,500. With no statutory funding we depend on charitable donations and fundraising to help make more Dreams Come True.

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Exeter Deaf Academy

Join us and help raise the final £250,000 to build our New Deaf Academy.

When a child is born or becomes Deaf it has an enormous impact. Imagine growing up and not being able to communicate, or have the basics of language to help you make sense of the world around you. If you can't understand anyone or make yourself heard you feel isolated and for many Deaf children, this is an everyday reality.

The Deaf Academy is a charity that provides specialist education and care to Deaf children and young people, teaching them the gift of language. We pride ourselves in teaching our visual learners a rich curriculum in both British Sign Language (BSL) and English, giving our children the gift of language and the ability to make themselves heard. We enable them to communicate with others - their mum, dad, brothers, sisters and friends. Our support allows them to develop educationally and emotionally and lead fulfilling and independent lives.

But, we do this in crumbling, outdated buildings which inevitably limits the difference we can make for our Deaf young people. The New Deaf Academy, will deliver world-class education and residential care facilities that our inspiring students deserve. They believe they can achieve anything. With your support, the New Deaf Academy will mean that there is no limit to their ambitions.

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Ezer LaYeled

Ezer LaYeled Ltd provides advice, therapy and support to children who are affected by illness and disability; including physical, behavioural, emotional, developmental or academic difficulties.

Children's education is vital to their future and when they struggle with an illness and/or physical/educational disability without appropriate advice and support then they cannot realise their true potential which in return had a detrimental effect on their self-esteem, behaviour and prospects for future employment.

By identifying the cause of the difficulties that the individual is experiencing and by providing unique solutions; including advice, support, sign posting and therapy packages, this enables the children and their families to approach their problems with confidence and focus.

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Fairplay

In conjunction with the Primary Care Trust and a specialist Community Children's Nurse, Fairplay provides a home based support service for children with complex health care needs that may be life-threatening or life-limiting. Fairplay supports over 400 families across the area.

Fairplay's services offer families the support that they need and give them opportunities to take part in positive experiences that make a real difference to their lives. They enable parents to have valuable respite from 24 hour care and give children and young people the opportunity to develop a wide range of life skills.

Fairplay offers services from its purpose built centre in Chesterfield and also from outreach venues in North East Derbyshire, Bolsover, High Peak and Derbyshire Dales. Fairplay relies on voluntary donations to help fund its services and every penny helps us to continue to make a real difference to the lives of children and young people with disabilities.

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Happy Days

We provide family holidays, group holidays and day trips for children aged 3-17 across the UK. The holidays and trips are great morale boosters. The children come home with a more positive attitude which invariably sparks off an immediate improvement in their physical and mental well being and provides the children with the wonderful gifts of happiness and hope.

At happy days we believe that every child has the right to experience what life has to offer. Most of us are able to find the time we need to have a family holiday or enjoy a day out, to help us to re-group, bond, sort out problems, and, of course have some fun!

However families and groups caring for children with special needs face many barriers. Transport and venue facilities are often poorly designed to accommodate children with special needs, and the fact that many venue staff are untrained in the relevant issues can turn a seemingly unambitious trip into a truly demoralising event.

Happy Days Children's Charity is here to help families and groups overcome barriers to taking time out. Since 1992 we have been assisting families and groups by providing support and advise as well as organising day trips and holidays to enable families and groups to enjoy themselves together, rather than having to worry about how they are going to get to their destination and the support they receive when they arrive.

Our children benefit from a range of activities, from day trips to seaside and theatre, family holidays and group activity holidays.

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Heel & Toe

Conductive education in its fullest form is a unified system of rehabilitation for people with neurological disorders such as Cerebral Palsy, Parkinson's Disease, Multiple Sclerosis and those recovering from stroke and head trauma.

The project will be based in Spennymoor County Durham at the Heel & Toe Centre and we hope to offer outreach services in the short to medium term to North Yorkshire, Gateshead, Sunderland, Cleveland, Newcastle and Northumberland.

·To motivate them to want to take control of their destiny and become an active citizen in their communities

·To support families, carers and professionals through information, counselling, advocacy, mediation, referrals,befriending and mentoring creating a stronger community.

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Hypo Hounds

Hypo Hounds Assistance dog training is saving the lives of Type 1 Diabetic children in your community. Through scent detection these amazing dogs are
preventing children collapsing, falling into a Diabetic coma and giving their families back their freedom. Improving lives of children ONE SNIFF AT A TIME.

We receive no government funding or support and rely on donations from the public to continue to train these life saving dogs for Type 1 Diabetic children.

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KIDS

An established national charity, KIDS leads the way in providing disabled children and their families with support to thrive, not just survive.

We ensure disabled children from birth to 25 have the opportunity to learn, play, build friendships, gain confidence and improve their wellbeing and we provide vital time, emotional and practical support to parents and siblings.

By supporting KIDS, you are helping to give families with a disabled a child the hope and practical support they need, every step of the way.

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Life For A Kid Foundation Limited

Life For A Kid was set up in 2009 with the aim of supplying funding to individual children who need life changing equipment, therapy and operations. Children who can not gain funding from the NHS and can not set up there own charities.

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Make A Wish UK

When a child is fighting a life-threatening condition, it has a huge impact on them and their whole family. The children Make-A-Wish support are often enduring things most of us could never imagine. They're going through grueling treatment, endless medical appointments and spending time in hospital away from their home, friends and family. A far cry from the childhood they should be enjoying.

Granting their One True Wish provides seriously ill children with hope for the future, strength to cope and resilience to fight their condition. They're given quality time away from the daily realities of living with their condition and have the chance to make magical memories they can treasure forever – whatever their future may hold.

Over 30 more than years, Make-A-Wish has transformed the lives of more than 11,000 desperately ill children by granting their One True Wish. By choosing to support us, you can help grant these life-changing wishes.

Charity Registration Numbers: 295672/SC037479

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National Deaf Children's Society

We are the National Deaf Children's Society, the leading charity for deaf children. We give expert support on childhood deafness, raise awareness and campaign for deaf children's rights, so they have the same opportunities as everyone else.

Just like everyone else, a deaf child longs for laughter, learning and fun. They want the same things as other children – but all too often they are let down.

Every week, 34 children in the UK are born deaf – and the barriers that hold them back can be huge. Imagine being bullied because you're different or struggling because your school doesn't know how to help. Imagine missing out on what your friends are saying – feeling left out and alone.

We can break down the barriers deaf children face – but we can't do it without you. If we don't act now deaf children may lose out on their childhood, and grow up believing they'll never succeed.

Together we can stop deaf children being treated unfairly, and we can stop them being robbed of vital support. Please help us make sure deaf children have the same opportunities as everyone else.

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Newlife The Charity for Disabled Children

Thousands of disabled and terminally ill children would go without essential equipment if it wasn't for our supporters.

Newlife is the UK's largest charity funder of children's specialist disability equipment. We also run the UK's only national emergency equipment service for terminally ill children. Newlife Nurses support thousands of families, we campaign for policy change and we fund medical research to improve child health.

We know children who need your help right now!

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Noah's Ark Children's Hospital Charity

The Noah's Ark Charity is the official charity of the Noah's Ark Children's Hospital for Wales. We are here for one reason – to support our nation's children's hospital in providing world class care, ensuring the best outcome and experience possible for children and families by providing funding for the most up to date equipment, facilities and support services.

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Rainbow Trust Children's Charity

Rainbow Trust Children's Charity supports families who have a child with a life threatening or terminal illness. For these families, life is unthinkably tough. Their lives are shattered into a million pieces as they struggle to cope with the possibility that their child might die.

Rainbow Trust has eight teams of Family Support Workers across nine locations in the UK who support the whole family, at home, in hospital and in the community. Family Support Workers go wherever they are needed, helping in any way they can, to make life just a little bit easier. They support the whole family including parents, carers, the unwell child, brothers, sisters and grandparents. Because of their support, families are better able to cope and can face the future, whatever it may hold.

Rainbow Trust relies heavily on voluntary donations and through the generosity of supporters they currently help around 2,300 families each year. Rainbow Trust's vision is that one day all seriously ill children will have access to a Rainbow Trust Family Support Worker.

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Roald Dahl's Marvellous Children's Charity

Roald Dahl's Marvellous Children's Charity helps to make life better for seriously ill children in the UK with Roald Dahl Nurses who provide support to children with serious illnesses, and their families. We believe every child should have the best possible healthcare.

It's our vision that every seriously ill child should have a specialist nurse. Every child with a serious illness in the UK should have access to the knowledge, skills and experience required to meet their healthcare needs, no matter where they live. That's why we create and fund specialist nursing posts within the NHS across the UK.

We also believe that every seriously ill child should receive quality care. It is essential that children's nurses across the UK are fully supported to develop the knowledge and skills necessary to deliver the best care possible. That's why we provide professional support to our Roald Dahl nurses to enhance their skills and foster innovation to improve services for seriously ill children.

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Rockinghorse

Rockinghorse is a Brighton-based charity which has been supporting children for over 40 years. It was set up in 1967 by Dr Trevor Mann, who recognised there was a real need for additional resources to improve healthcare services for sick children and babies.

We are best known today for our work with the Royal Alexandra Children's Hospital and the Trevor Mann Baby Unit, where we raise money for life-saving and cutting-edge medical equipment, while ensuring that children are treated in an environment that is better suited to their needs. We believe no matter where they are, children should be allowed to be children.

We do not receive any government funding and so we rely on the generous support of individuals, community groups, companies and trusts: people like you.

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Ronald McDonald House - Alder Hey

Ronald McDonald House, Liverpool, is a home from home where families of seriously ill children receiving treatment at Alder Hey Children's Hospital can live, without charge, for the duration of their child's stay. This enables families to maintain a degree of normal life while their child is undergoing medical treatment.

We work with determination to ensure we can give up to 84 families a warm and welcoming environment for as long as they need – be it a matter of days, months or even years. The House is equipped with everything you would expect to find in your own home including bedrooms, kitchens and communal areas. Where possible, we also have quiet spaces for siblings to do their school work and for parents to work remotely – in this way we ensure families can still operate together, as they would do at home. They can cook, clean rest and be together, all the time knowing that they are only moments away from their child in Hospital.

Having a sick child can impact families across all areas of their lives. Time, money, stress, loss of education and loss of earnings are but a few of the ways in which families can be affected by their child being cared for in Hospital. Children that require specialist medical care can often be in Hospital for months or even years at a time.

RMH provides all of this, but it is an expensive resource. The House is a registered Charity and is funded entirely by voluntary contributions. The cost of accommodating a family for one week is approximately £175 and the annual running costs of the House amount to £650,000.

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Ronald McDonald House Bristol

Ronald McDonald House Bristol provides free home-from-home accomodation and support to families receiving treatment at Bristol Royal Hospital for Children.

Families come from across the South West and South Wales for treatment in Bristol and often find themselves with nowhere to go.

Once accomodated in our house, they are able to stay as long as they need, helping to eliviate financial strain and some of the inevitable stress.

We aim to keep families together during their time in need so they can be there for one another, giving them one less thing to worry about.

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Stick 'n' Step

Cerebral Palsy is a type of brain damage that affects 1 in every 400 children in the UK. It limits the control an individual has over their muscles, and affects each person differently. Some people might struggle to walk, or talk, or others might struggle to dress or feed themselves.

At Stick ‘n' Step we work with babies and children to improve their confidence, independence and mobility. They come to us every week to work on their personal goals, and to make new friends.

We don't charge for our services and don't receive any government funding, and so we rely 100% on the generosity of individuals and the local community to keep our door open.

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Stockdales

Stockdales is a local charity with a wealth of experience in making a difference to children, young people and adults with learning disabilities. We help people of all abilities to live life to the full through our Residential, Community and Home Care Support services, Dream Days project and Clubs.

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The Alicia Boparai Foundation

In Memory of Alicia. Gone but will never be forgotten.

We are a registered charity set up to raise funds to help children and young people affected by life limiting illnesses. We raise funds through events and donations.

Our ultimate goal is to raise enough funds to buy a holiday cottage which can be used by families with very limited time together to create precious and lasting memories.

We also make donations to other charities who provide services to young people affected by such illnesses.

Together we can support these children, young people and their families to make the most of the limited time they have together.

Playing Alicia's Charity Lottery will not only give you the chance of winning a cash prize every Saturday, it will also provide a regular source of income for The Alicia Boparai Foundation, giving us future security to grant the growing number of requests for support we receive from across the UK.

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The Movement Centre for Targeted Training

Can you imagine being unable to hold your head upright to see the world around you, to sit on your own, or stand independently? For the children we work with this is a heart-breaking reality. At The Movement Centre we help to address these control issues by providing a unique therapy, Targeted Training, which enables children to gain essential functional skills, completely changing their lives.

We know that Targeted Training makes a huge difference to the lives of the children who visit our centre, but because it is a specialist physiotherapy service, it falls outside the remit for standard NHS funding. This means we rely on the generous support of individuals and organisations to enable us to deliver our vital work.

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Tree of Hope

Tree of Hope relies entirely on donations to offer support to children with complex medical needs. By playing the lottery you are helping to change lives!

Tree of Hope helps children who need to fundraise for medical treatment by:

Assisting with the creation of an on-line fundraising campaign

Ensuring each campaign is able to claim gift aid where possible

Supporting with PR and a well recognised charity brand

Your support of Tree of Hope makes these things possible, allowing children to have life changing operations, therapies and access to specialist equipment to improve their health and quality of life when the health care system cannot offer them freely. Thank you!

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Umbrella

At Umbrella, we support children and young people up to the age of 30 with any physical or learning disability and extend support to the entire family.

For families living in Derby City and Southern Derbyshire, we provide group activities, 1 to 1 / 2 to 1 supports at home or in the community and also run family support groups, siblings clubs, family days and information services. We empower families and help young people realise their potential whilst having fun in a safe environment and offering peer support for families. We do as much as we can for families in the local area!

Although we receive funding from various providers, this doesn’t cover specialist equipment, toys and technology for the young people or special days out for families. We also need to raise money for the running of some of our youth clubs, the siblings groups and to help with any snags at Umbrella House. We aim to raise £50,000 a year to continue to provide this valuable service and we really appreciate all the support we receive.

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WellChild

WellChild is the national charity for seriously ill children and their families. More than 100,000 children and young people are living across the UK with serious or exceptional health needs. Many spend months, even years in hospital simply because there is no support enabling them to leave. Meanwhile those who are at home face inconsistent and inadequate levels of support.

Through a nationwide network of children’s nurses, home and garden transformation projects and family support services, WellChild exists to give this growing population of children and young people the best possible chance to thrive – properly supported at home, together with their families.

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Willow

Willow is the only national charity working with seriously ill 16 to 40 year olds to fulfil uplifting and unforgettable Special Days.

For some their Special Day is the opportunity to return some normality to their lives. For others it is the last chance to fulfil a dream. But for all, it is a life-affirming experience that can lift spirits, reunify families and be a source of strength when it's needed most.

To date, Willow has provided more than 10,000 Special Days for young adults diagnosed with a life-threatening condition such as cancer, motor neurone disease, cystic fibrosis and Huntington's disease.

By taking part in the Unity Lottery you are helping to create more Special Days, thank you.

To find out more about Willow please visit www.willowfoundation.org.uk or contact us at fundraising@willowfoundation.org.uk.

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Zoë's Place Baby Hospice Coventry

Play our weekly lottery and you could win up to £25,000! The more people that play the more money we receive, so join now to add your support.

You can play for as little as £1 per week.

By playing the lottery, you'll help us by providing consistent income, which is so import for the hospice to flourish and remain a home from home for the children and families who so desperately need our services.

"Zoë's Place was there for us during our darkest time" - Claire, mother of Joel

So how does it work, exactly?

For just £1 per week you will be allocated with a unique six-digit lottery number, which will remain yours for as long as you wish to keep playing. You can purchase more than one lottery number if you wish. Winners have to match 3, 4, 5 or all 6 digits of the winning number in the correct place in the sequence.

Every Friday, the lucky winners are selected at random and prizes sent out automatically, so if you win there is no need for you to claim.

You must be 16 or over to enter.

Registered Charity No 1092545

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Zoë's Place Baby Hospice Liverpool

Zoe's Place Trust is a registered Charity providing palliative, respite and end-of-life care to babies and infants aged from birth to five years suffering from life-limiting or life-threatening conditions. This care will be provided in a caring, safe, home-from-home environment known as Zoe's Place Baby Hospices.

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Zoë's Place Baby Hospice Middlesbrough

Zoe's Place Trust is a registered Charity providing palliative, respite and end of life care to babies and infants aged from birth to five years suffering from life-limiting or life-threatening conditions. This care will be provided in a caring, safe, home from home environment known as Zoe's Place Baby Hospices.

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