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Children Today launches the Workout from Home challenge!

Posted by Rachel Sutherland - Wednesday, April 15th, 2020
Categories: News

Due to the Coronavirus outbreak there may be less cars on the roads, jobs put on hold and plans cancelled, but our work at Children Today is something that continues.  Most of us are finding ourselves at home with more time on our hands than usual and that’s why we are reaching out to you…
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Kateryna with her powered wheelchair

We don’t just support children, but young people too!

Posted by Rachel Sutherland - Friday, April 3rd, 2020
Categories: News

At Children Today we pride ourselves on supporting young people with disabilities across the UK, right up to the age of 25.  We help change lives for the better by providing grants for specialised equipment like adapted trikes, walking aids and wheelchair power packs, just to name a few.  The children and young people we support…
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Coronavirus Covid-19 update

Posted by Emma - Friday, March 27th, 2020
Categories: News

Dear all,   I hope that your families and loved ones are keeping well during this very challenging time.   Our reduced freedoms will impact us all in so many different ways. We are determined to play our part in ensuring our staff and supporters are safe and that our wonderful charity is able to…
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Waitrose employees present a cheque to Rachel (left) and Emma (right) of Children Today

Waitrose Chester makes super donation to Children Today!

Posted by Emma - Wednesday, March 25th, 2020
Categories: News

March has been a difficult time for many, but we have some good news to share with you. Earlier this month, Waitrose staff proudly presented Children Today with a cheque of almost £300. The money was collected throughout January at the Chester Waitrose store as shoppers received a green Community Matters token at checkout. The…
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Graham with Angel, a Children Today beneficiary.

Join a football legend’s son on our amazing Trek Transylvania

Posted by Emma - Thursday, February 13th, 2020
Categories: News

The son of a football legend is searching for kind-hearted hikers from across the region to join him on an awe-inspiring overseas challenge in aid of our charity! 54-year-old Graham Hill, whose father Freddie Hill played for Bolton Wanderers, Manchester City and England , is set to take on ‘Trek Transylvania’ to raise funds for…
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