Im running to help support FareShare South West

Date: 09/04/2022 Person Neil

Neil has decided that they are going to do the 10k at the Family Festival Of Running to support FareShare South West

They will be running on the 9th of april and any support you able to give would be really appreciated. You can find out more about the run and start to raise money your selves on the event page.

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A Young person WISHES FOR

Hot Chocolate & Biscuits during outreach sessions


Can you help us engage with young people? Every week we head out from the youth centre and engage with young people where ever they are. It's a great way to get useful services out to young people that might not know about them and offer support where it's needed. We like to offer young people a hot chocolate and biscuit while they chat to us and some really look forward to seeing us. Please help us by donating to buy this offering and help us engage with young people!

a child with a heart condition WISHES FOR

Heart Hero cape with name embroidered 


These capes make me look like the superhero I am for being brave through heart surgery.

Heart Heroes work with children and their families living with heart conditions. We aim to provide services for these children, to help them meet others who are in similar situations and allow their family to talk to other families going through related experiences. At Heart Heroes we: Support children with heart diseases aged 0 – 16. Organise events and provide socialising opportunities for children to attend. We aim to introduce families with similar experiences so that they can support each other.

Screen 200 TB Samples WISHES FOR

Give the gift of tuberculosis (TB) detection by supporting APOPO and the HeroRATs in quickly findingthe deadly disease that kills 1.4 million people every year.


In 2019, 10 million new people fell ill with TB, even though the disease is preventable and curable. With the emergence of COVID-19, respiratory illness and treatment are more important than ever.

APOPO’s TB-detection rats screen tens of thousands of sputum samples collected from TB clinics every year. As a result, many TB patients that initially were diagnosed as negative have been identified, started treatment and stopped the spread of the disease.

A shared tablet for a village in India WISHES FOR

A shared tablet, preloaded with learning content can reinforce what children learn in class and extend their horizons.


We have developed Pratham Open School which has over 1000 apps and stories and over 7000 learning videos in 13 Indian languages that support children's learning. Whilst the apps are available to anyone with a smartphone we also provide preloaded tablets in targeted communities to support learning.

A Disabled Child WISHES FOR

specialist buggy not provided by the NHS


child with cancer WISHES FOR

AV1 robot to help me participate in class from hospital isolation


Childhood cancer is a life changing diagnosis.

It affects the child diagnosed but also their siblings, parents and their friends and teachers at school. A child with cancer faces prolonged periods of time away from school in isolation and in hospital. The Grace Kelly Childhood Cancer Trust cannot change the child’s diagnosis, but we can help to make a real difference by giving them some hope and a level of normality whilst they are fighting their illness.

Why do we need these robots?

By giving isolated children this ‘window’ to their friends and the outside world, we can help them to bridge the gap. The AV1 robot allows children in a hospital bed to interact with their classroom and their peers at the same time. Not only does this bring hope and positivity to children (and their families) affected by cancer but also to their peers who are facing the sudden disappearance of their friend. We have seen how Oscar, Lucy and Zain, who have already been given the use of our AV1 robots, have already benefitted.


How many children need help?

In the counties of Worcestershire, Herefordshire and Gloucestershire, there are approximately 75 children diagnosed with cancer every year, with around 40 being of school age. Of these school children, more than a half will need extended periods of hospitalisation or isolation during their treatment. Our aim is to be able to support these children with our AV1 machines wherever possible. Over the first three years of the project, we aim to purchase 18 new AV1 machines and support packages for these children to use. Referrals will be made directly from cancer specialist nurse teams to ensure that the children that need them are not missed.


More information on our website >>

Elderly Person WISHES FOR

Tea and biscuits at one of our supported art sessions


Dover smART Project was founded in 2013 to provide opportunities for disadvantaged children in Dover to take part in a wide range of creative activities and experiences to boost their confidence, enhance their well-being, raise their aspirations and widen their outlook on the world. The charity soon evolved and began similar work with other groups, such as the people without a home and hospice patients, using art and creativity to support their various needs.

A grieving family WISHES FOR

a memorial bear to hold precious memories of a lost baby


Feedback from families has shown us that there is a genuine need for an affordable and beautiful teddy bear to keep either precious memories or perhaps baby ashes.

The bear is made from luxury super-soft fabrics with high quality detailing and finishes. He is hand – washable and carries the CE standard mark so is safe for all age groups.

Grief Encounter South West WISHES FOR

a 1:1 counselling or therapy session with a professionally trained therapist for a bereaved child or young person.