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Caudwell Children transforms the lives of disabled children across the UK. They act as a safety net for families who are unable to gain the help they need.
What makes them special:
- They don’t believe in waiting lists for children
- They treat families and their children as individuals
- They’re a national charity with a local heart
- The charity’s management and running costs are covered by a kind benefactor so that donations go directly to help children in need.
Caudwell Children provides:
- Family support services and short break activities, at times of crisis
- Mobility and Sensory Equipment
- Access to life-saving surgeries and treatments
- Life-changing therapy and support programmes for children with Cerebral Palsy and brain injuries
- Holistic therapies and support programmes for autistic children and their families
- Sports equipment to enable talented athletes to participate in competitive sport
- Fully supported family holidays for children fighting life threatening illnesses
You can take part in any of the below challenge and events to help raise funds for Caudwell Children.
Please contact Caudwell Children on email@example.com or call them on 01782 433 750 to receive an exclusive 20% discount code off the standard price of any of or challenges.
Crib Goch – Guided Walk Experience
Ben Nevis – Moonlight Walk
Jurassic Coast Challenge
Snowdon Moonlight Walk
Some recent snaps - Caudwell Children
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