Please note that many of these charities will ask you if you have already received a Wish from another organisation. This is to ensure that funds are used family and that as many people as possible are able to be granted a magical experience. You may want to think carefully about the timing of your application. Spend some time researching what opportunities are on offer.
You are strongly advised to check the suitability of these organisations before you provide any personal, medical, or financial information.
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The Barrie Wells charity provides VIP experiences for seriously ill and disabled children through their Box4Kids initiative.
They work with clubs, companies and individual businesses across the UK, inviting children from local hospitals to watch their favourite sports team or concert from the comfort of an executive box.
The Genie’s Wish is a UK registered charity whose mission is to enhance the lives of people aged 0-40 years, living in England and Wales, who are suffering from a critical or terminal illness or living with a life-limiting medical condition.
Their purpose is to bring respite and joy into the lives of our beneficiaries and their families, by providing them with a life-changing wish, experience, or ongoing opportunity. They also provide wish experiences, bespoke events, and activities for young carers, aged 5-16, in recognition of the bravery, kindness, and selflessness they display on a daily basis by caring for a family member.
Happy Days Charity works with local communities across the UK to provide vital respite breaks for individuals, families and groups who support children with a wide range of additional needs.
The young people we help range in age from 3 to 17. They offer help to those with learning difficulties, physical or mental disabilities, emotional challenges and those with acute, chronic or life limiting illnesses. Children with FOP are welcome to apply.
They will fund a range of activities including holidays and day trips for young people and their families and experiences such as sport activity days, art and music workshops.
The experience are means tested. They will look at the household income excluding PIP/DLA, Carers Allowance and Child Benefit. All other income is counted as the household income and it cannot exceed £28,000 in order to qualify.
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