We make dreams come true for seriously sick children

What is a Dream?

A dream offers hope for the future. It builds strength and resilience to fight another day. It helps stop a feeling of isolation. It provides something to make everyday life more bearable. Above all it inspires confidence, a sense of wellbeing and provides treasured family memories that last long after the dream has been granted.

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How do I volunteer?

Without our incredible volunteers, we wouldn’t be able to fulfil any of the dreams of the children and young people who live with serious and life-limiting conditions.

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What can I do?

If you're looking to help fulfil the dreams of children with serious and life-limiting conditions, then fundraising is one of the best ways to do it. We have plenty of ways for you to get involved!

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Author: Tom Hunt

Our Impact

6,365

fulfilled dreams

£1,686,000

fundraised in 2019-20

3,500

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