Children helping Children

Thank you to an amazing 9 year old girl called Mia who raised £110 for us, by doing a reading challenge she set for herself
She was so chuffed to hear that her money will make a huge difference to local children who are living in poverty. Today we have provided birthday presents for a child who would have gone without any gifts on their special day, and also a food shop for a young carer who, due to tragic circumstances, has had to take on their siblings. Mia’s donation has paid for this – you should be very proud of yourself Mia!
If any parents would like any information about our charity, to put forward to your School’s PTA for fundraising this year, please ask.
Your donations, as above, make the world of difference, as we both run the charity in our spare time, voluntarily – for no financial reward. Something we feel passionate about
Thank you

Local People Helping Local Children This Christmas

Last Christmas, we created an “Amazon Wish List” for people to purchase Christmas gifts for the families we support. This was really successful and we received lots of lovely gifts. We have created a new list for this year – link below. It is set up to automatically deliver to our registered address.

If anyone is able to – please click on the link and purchase a gift. It really does make such a difference; and our Christmas referrals are purely for children who would otherwise wake up to no presents on Christmas morning. Thank you for your continued support.

Generous Donation from Sugar

Thank you so much to Jo Haider and the girls at Sugar for raising £834.00 for us! They asked us what we need towards Christmas, so they are going to buy vouchers, craft items, toys and board games for our families. Local companies supporting local charities – making a difference in their community. Thank you !!


Ferndown Fete Success

A big thank you to everyone who supported us at ferndown fete on the field at King George v and ferndown rotary club we made a amazing £449 Thank you everyone supporting local families in times of crisis