Posts Tagged: ladies lunch

Abdullah is in need of sensory equipment to allow him to get a good night's sleep

Abdullah is short of funds for sensory equipment

Posted by Rachel Sutherland - Tuesday, July 20th, 2021
Categories: News

Five-year-old Abdullah, who his mum says “always has a smile on his face”, is in desperate need of sensory items to help him relax and feel safe.  The little lad has autism, global developmental delay and behavioural difficulties and his condition means he can have multiple outbursts on a daily basis. The youngster, who has…
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Reece's family describe the teen as “very affectionate and loving”

Generous donations help fund Reece’s adapted trike

Posted by Rachel Sutherland - Monday, July 5th, 2021
Categories: News

*Update* A huge thank you to everyone who donated to Reece’s appeal. He’s now met his fundraising target for his trike! On behalf of Reece, his family and from us at Children Today we want to say a massive thank you to those who shared and donated. You’ve played a part in changing this little lad’s life…
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Filip needs funds for an adapted trike

Filip’s appeal for life-changing trike

Posted by Lexi Heselwood - Tuesday, June 29th, 2021
Categories: News

Eight-year-old Filip, who has a rare form of epilepsy is desperately seeking £885 for him to finally get a specially adapted trike so he can join his brothers on family outings. So far, Filip’s appeal has raised £218 but he still needs another £667 to be able to get his much-needed trike.  Filip, who has…
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Children Today champs raise over £2K through 5K May Challenge

Posted by Lexi Heselwood - Thursday, June 17th, 2021
Categories: News, Uncategorised

Children Today champions Loyd Wildridge and Brooke Sprawling, both of whom have previously received equipment from Children Today, recently took part in the national event 5K May – organised by Run for Heroes -to raise funds for Children Today.  In total the event raised over £2,300 (including Gift Aid) largely thanks to the amazing efforts…
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21-year-old brain damage survivor takes on walking challenge for Children Today

Posted by Lexi Heselwood - Wednesday, May 19th, 2021
Categories: News

A young man from Cheshire who suffered brain damage aged six which left him unable to walk is taking on a 10K walking challenge for Children Today. Loyd Wildridge, 21, from Great Sutton, is taking part in this year’s 5K May organised by Run for Heroes to support charities across the UK. Participants can run…
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