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Become part of our regular giving community

A regular gift means that we have a predictable source of income, which enables us to plan long-term support for the families that we care for. With your help, we can be there to support every family with a life-limited or whose child has died, when they need us.

A small gift makes a big difference

Help us be there long-term for families

Its only through the generosity of our supporters that we can be there to provide specialist care for children with life-limiting conditions and their families living across Surrey and west London. We currently care for over 700 families and with the need for our services increasing, we need your support more now than ever.

We're here to make every moment count

Your generosity and support through giving a regular gift is vital to us. It costs us £10 million a year to keep our service running. With your help, we can plan long-term outstanding support for every family that we care for and provide security for our future through a predictable source of income. Your support is incredibly important and valuable to us. Together, we can be there for families facing unimaginable circumstances.

How your donations help

£3 a month

Could pay for arts and craft supplies for creative sessions allowing children to explore their thoughts and worries in a safe environment.

£5 a month

Could cover the cost of a jingly jangly musical instrument giving the children we support a chance to get creative and enjoy themselves with guidance from our music therapists.

£10 a month

Could cover the cost of a story time session in the sensory room. Our sensory rooms are equipped with musical floors, fibre optics, mirrors, lights, bubble tubes and water beds providing the perfect environment to lose yourself in a story.

Phoebe, Milan's mum

We had nurses every day, which meant we could ask questions as we thought of them. Milan loved to see them, it never felt as though they were intruding. They included Eden and picked up on things we needed as a family.

How to set up a regular gift

Get in touch

If you would like more information of giving a regular gift, please contact Sarah Ward via email or phone and she will be happy to help with any questions that you may have.