Child first Disability second
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.
Can you support our Walkway appeal. This walkway will be providing crucial, covered access between the house and the external facilities at Cherry Trees. It will enable every child to have access to the sensory suite, art room and holistic room whenever he/she needs, no matter what the weather is or what time of day it is!
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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.
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 is making a difference to every family that needs respite care for their child with disability. Your donation helps to keep families together.
Thank you so much for your support.
We love challenges here at Cherry Trees! Here's a list of our current fundraisers and their challenges.
Cherry Trees is a charity that provides respite care for children with disabilities that we (NCS Team Ward wave12) feel passionate about supporting.
Cherry Trees is a local charity and we would like to raise as much money as we can to help them continue with the amazing work they do in the local community.
Martin Grant Homes have been supporting Cherry Trees for many years. Cherry Trees is a unique place, providing professional care in a safe, stimulating and fun environment, where every child is valued for who they are. It is a community that is dedicated to children and young people, enabling them to spend time with friends and enjoy new experiences and opportunities, which they wouldn’t otherwise get the chance to do, whilst their families have a much-needed break.
This summer I'm taking on two challenges for Cherry Trees.
My first ever cycling event and open water swim. A massive 101 miles in total!
Cracking charity in our village which my wife also supports on a part time working basis.
I am cycling Ride London on August 4th 2019 in aid of Cherry Trees, which is a local Clandon charity that provides fun respite stays for children with disabilities. I am looking forward to being part of their team.
Cherry Trees is an inspiring respite home which provides a hugely appreciated service to local families with children with disabilities
Cherry Trees really is a special place where the young people can enjoy their time, in a warm and fun environment, whilst giving parents valuable respite care.
We've entered the Prudential Ride London Team as a dynamic duo.
Cherry Trees is a charity on our doorstep. We've seen first hand what a difference their services can make to families, and we'll be cycling for respite care this summer.