Our most recent collaborators
Make-A-Wish UK creates joy, happiness and magical memories through life-changing wishes for children with critical illnesses. Whether it's starring in their own films, feeding tigers, meeting a celebrity hero or having a bedroom redesigned, each wish is varied, personal and life-changing.
Dreams Come True deliver dreams to children in the highest areas of deprivation in the country who are living with a disability, a serious illness or a life-limiting condition. They are passionate about delivering moments of magic and having a lasting impact on those who might not even consider having a dream come true.
Operation Smile provides free surgery for children and young adults in developing countries born with cleft lip, cleft palate and other facial deformities. In addition to surgery, they provide comprehensive cleft care which includes nutrition dentistry, orthodontics, speech therapy and psychosocial care.
Rainbow Trust Children’s Charity provides emotional and practical support to families who have a child with a life-threatening or terminal illness. They offer bespoke support to the whole family, regardless of diagnosis and are there for as long as a family needs them.
Together for Short Lives help families caring for a seriously ill child to make the most of every moment they have together. Many seriously ill children have complex conditions and need specialist care 24 hours a day. Together for Short Lives stand alongside these families, supporting them to make sure they get the vital care and help that they need.
Brian House is a specially designed children's hospice that cares for local children with very complex needs and life-limiting conditions. They provide a home-from-home for children and parents which includes care and activities tailored to meet each individual’s needs.
Feet First Worldwide is dedicated to the provision of orthopaedic and trauma services to the developing world. The primary focus of the charity is the prevention and treatment of physical disability in Malawian children and it aims to change the lives of children born with club foot by providing safe and effective treatments.
Whizz-Kidz work with young wheelchair users and their families, to provide the right wheelchair or equipment for them. They also provide confidence-building experiences through Activity Programmes, Wheelchair Skills Training and Employability Programmes.
Over The Wall supports children and young people with health challenges and disabilities to discover a world of mischief and magic through residential camps. They provide a safe place to step outside of comfort zones, establish friendships and build confidence through meaningful and exciting activities.
SELFA support children and families experiencing vulnerabilities, to build resilience, thrive and achieve. They run a full programme of activities which include health and wellbeing programmes, peer support groups, targeted holiday workshops, trips & residentials.
WheelPower provides opportunities for disabled people to get into sports and lead active lives. From first timers to Paralympic medallists, Wheelpower supports and promotes participation at all levels and is the national organisation for wheelchair sports in the United Kingdom.
Stick n Step supports children and young people with cerebral palsy through the provision of free weekly conductive education (CE) sessions. Their sessions are delivered by highly skilled professionals and are designed to help each child reach their personal potential in terms of mobility, confidence and independence.
Rapid Effective Assistance for Children with potentially Terminal illness (REACT) works to improve the quality of life for children with life-limiting illnesses living in financially disadvantaged households throughout the UK. They supply a wide range of equipment to give children comfort, dignity and where possible, greater independence.
Sight Support Derbyshire is dedicated to improving the lives of people with sight loss in Derbyshire. The charity provides services, support, advice and information to adults and children who are blind or partially sighted to help them face the everyday challenges of living with sight loss.
Cerebral Palsy Scotland provides therapy, support and information to people with cerebral palsy and their families. They have a mission to help people with cerebral palsy build skills, knowledge, confidence and relationships. They advocate for the CP community to have life-long access to knowledgeable, compassionate services and support.
Jessie May specialist nurses provide at-home nursing and respite care for children and young people that have terminal or life-limiting conditions. Jessie May helps families to cope with the fear, challenges and complexities of having a child with a life-limiting condition – from diagnosis, during day-to-day life, times of crisis and through bereavement.
Children’s Adventure Farm provides terminally ill, disabled and disadvantaged children of all abilities with a much-needed opportunity to have fun and simply enjoy being children. Disability is never seen as a barrier to participation at the farm, where the Activity Play Specialists are trained to provide fun, safe and engaging activities to suit the interests and needs of every child who visits.
Candlelighters supports families facing childhood cancer in Yorkshire. They run a number of different projects to help ordinary families who are facing extraordinary circumstances, whether that be on the wards, at their family support centre or in the community, Candlelighters aim to bring light to families affected by childhood cancer.
Kids Cancer Charity provides a high standard of care and support to families, children and teenagers affected by cancer. This includes a successful Holiday Programme which ranges from luxury static caravans where families can get away from the pressures of hospital and treatment, to resort holidays in both Walt Disney World in Florida and Disneyland Paris.
Unique Kidz & Co aims to advance the social and play opportunities of children and young people with additional needs and disabilities. The charity offers high-quality support, play, and social time activities to these children as well as their siblings.
Play Inclusion Project work to promote the social inclusion of children and young people with additional needs and disabilities. They provide social and leisure activities to children as well as short breaks for parents and carers of children with additional needs and disabilities during school holidays.