Child first Disability second
01483 222506 (Care) 222507 (Fundraising)
£19 gives children with disabilities an hour of laughter while parents have time to recharge
Life at home for a family that has a child with disabilities is exhausting, challenging, and often non stop Respite is essential for families to cope, knowing that they can recharge ready to provide continued care at home.
Sometimes life throws unexpected problems at you and after 15 years of raining sunshine on our children the lounge roof is now raining rain!! Our lounge is used daily by many children and carers so being without it for a while is a desperate option. Can you imagine being without your lounge?
The whole roof needs replacing and it is going to cost us £4150.
We love challenges here at Cherry Trees! Here's a list of our current fundraisers and their challenges.
This year we are looking to provide £40,000 of bursary care which means that any type of stay for the families in most need will be funded 100% by Cherry Trees. This is available to parents and families who may have challenging circumstances or financial difficulties.
Every donation however large or small will make a difference.
Every donation, no matter how small or large, makes a difference to families who need respite care for a child with complex disabilities. Your donation helps to keep families together.
Thank you so much for your support.
You may also, if you wish, choose to add the cost of the bank transaction fee to your donation. This is 0.9% of your donation amount, up to a maximum of £2.00 and means that our costs are reduced, with more money available for our charitable activities. Thank you.
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To support a wonderful local charity after a tough year to help provide respite and enjoyment to children and young adults that need a little more support than most.
I am helping to create awareness of Autism and raise funds for Cherry Trees in support of the Disha and Patil Family.
Helping our Friend Daya Patil and his family raise Awareness about Autism
We owe a lot to Cherry Trees that helped to make our daughter Disha independent and trying to give back in a small way.
It's supporting kids, what more can you want!
The existence of Cherry Trees, and places like it, are essential for the children, their families and for society.
My name is Marilyn, and I have been helping people with their CVs. The people I have helped are very happy to support local charities as a way of ‘paying forward’ for the help they have received.