Child first Disability second
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This is the page for the Cycle Track Challenge sponsorship payments. All funds will be split evenly between Cherry Trees and Jigsaw Trust.
On the 30th of June, I will be climbing 5 of the tallest peaks (including England's tallest - Scaffel Pike) in the Lake District back-to-back over a 14-mile scale in 1 day.
I love Cherry Trees - the place, the people, and what it provides. After working here for three years, this charity will always have a special place in my heart and I can't wait to raise money for them by taking part in the London Tri.
Because with Cherry trees, the child comes first (the disability second)
Martin Grant Homes Ltd. support Cherry Trees, who provide home-from-home short breaks for children with a range of complex disabilities.
A local Charity where every penny makes a big difference
Cherry Trees is a small charity providing home-from-home specialist short breaks for children and young adults aged 0-19 with a range of complex disabilities including learning, physical and sensory impairments.
Thank you for visiting my fundraising page. For those of you who know me personally, I know you are asking youself “How did she end up agreeing to cycle 100 miles?” The answer is, “Don’t ask!”. It’s for an amazingly great cause and I’m sure it will be a testing journey personally
Red Balloon have supported Cherry Trees as their charity of choice over the last few years as it is a cause close to our hearts. Working with children and their parents gives us a great understanding and insight into the small everyday struggles of families and we believe every child deserves the best start in life. We enjoy knowing that Cherry Trees are looking out for local families who need a little extra help and are proud to support them in their mission.
We would like to contribute for such an important cause. I have myself a nephew with disabilities and I am fully aware of the needs and support required.