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Thank you for thinking about fundraising for us. There are many ways that you can help and every penny that you help to raise will make a difference to our children.
Luke and Thomas have autism, severe learning difficulties and global development delay. Their behaviour can be unpredictable and challenging, coupled with a desire to run at every opportunity, and home life had become very restricted. Their parents said; "We sought respite and found Cherry Trees, and it was the best thing we ever did. Over the last five years we have gone from tea visits and day cares to overnights and for the first time last year Luke and Thomas spent a week at Cherry Trees and Dave and I took a long overdue holiday."
We can help you with many fundraising ideas from organising a school mufti day, tea party, sponsored walk, event or party, we are here to support you. Please contact [email protected] 01483 222507
Are you able to help distribute collecting tins or maybe you work somewhere where we could place one of our tins?
Can you hold a small or large Cherrytastic tea party so that children with disabilities can come along to Cherry Trees and enjoy a stay for a couple of hours tea visit all the way up to a 16 night stay, so parents can receive most needed break in order to keep caring for their child or children. Your help will make a huge difference.
We rely on the community supporting us and we really appreciate all the effort, love and help you give us.
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You may be a whiz at organising or a great cake baker, or happy to chat with people. Whatever your skill you can be Cherry Kind and help fundraise for us.
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