What we do

We enable children and young people with serious or life-limiting conditions from disadvantaged backgrounds to feel the long-term impact of having a dream fulfilled. We are passionate about empowering and supporting those who might not even consider having a dream come true. More info


Author: Tom Hunt

Free Gift in Wills Guide

Download our Free Gifts in Wills Guide that's packed with useful information to help you make an informed choice, and a little more about why a gift in your Will makes such a difference to seriously ill children and young people long into their futures.


Author: Tom Hunt

Who we support

We make dreams come true for children and young people with life-limiting and serious illnesses living in the UK’s most disadvantaged communities as we believe that every child has the fundamental right to dream. More info


Author: Tom Hunt

Get Involved

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! More info


Author: Jessica Edwards

The need

It is estimated that there are more than 30,000 children and young people living in the areas of highest deprivation all of whom qualify for and deserve to have a Dream Come True...


Author: Tom Hunt

Make a referral

We only accept referrals from medical, healthcare, or social care professionals.  Applications are on a first come first served basis, to ensure that no child is waiting too long for delivery of their dream.


Author: Tom Hunt

Making a difference


Of the dreams we deliver are to those living in the most disadvantaged communities in the UK


The number of Dreams we aim to make come true each year by 2025


The number of children and young people with life-limiting and life-threatening conditions in the UK

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Latest news

  • Eliasi can now sing and dance in style!

    Eliasi is a talented young boy who absolutely loves music. He plays all sorts of instruments, including the drums and the guitar and has loved to sing and dance since he was little. Eliasi is very cheerful and full of optimism but having downs syndrome means that he sometimes struggles to make his thoughts clear and communicate with others who may not understand him. Read more

  • Dreams Come True at The Lancasterian School

    The Lancasterian school in West Didsbury recently had their dreams come true with the delivery of 14 specially adapted trikes. The trikes were donated as part of our ongoing purpose, to enrich the lives of children and young people with serious and life limiting conditions by directly supporting those living in the hardest to reach areas of the UK. Read more

  • When Kira met David Walliams!

    Kira’s mum describes her as a determined girl and says: “nothing will stop her”. She has Diplegic Cerebral Palsy which means she sometimes finds physical activity hard. Kira told us that she loves David Walliams... As part of her magical weekend in London, David invited Kira and her family to his house for tea, lemonade and cakes! Read all about her special day. Read more

Latest events

  • Halloween Walk

    Back for 2022 – why not treat yourself to a hair-raising hike around some of the City’s scary streets and historic haunts? Choose your distance, gather your bravest guys & ghouls to make up a team – or go it alone if you dare and meet up with other chilling challengers. Read more

  • TCS London Marathon 2022

    The TCS London Marathon is one of the biggest and best marathons in the world. We have guaranteed places but would also love to support anyone who has their own place through the ballot. Read more

  • Chiltern 50 Challenge

    Join 2000 trekkers as we venture 25km across the Capital taking in unrivalled views of the skyline from its best vantage points. Setting out from Putney Bridge - it's East towards the City, zig-zagging over the array of historic bridges - each with its fascinating story - and a midpoint stop at Kennington Oval for some snacks & drinks. 25km later, it's a finish line celebration in Southwark past the majestic Tower Bridge. Read more