We are incredibly grateful to all our supporters who have continued to support throughout this difficult and uncertain time.
Although we have had to cancel many of our planned fundraising events and our income has dropped significantly, we have been delighted by the supportive posts on social media and truly inspired by the fundraising challenges undertaken by individuals and families.
We are hugely grateful for the support and donations we have received in these difficult times. We are also very grateful to solicitors Adams and Remers, who will be supporting us by presenting a webinar on the topic of Will-writing on 20th October. You can read more about it and register for your free place: https://www.chf.org.uk/will-writing-webinar.html
With Christmas not far away, we will shortly be unveiling some new activities which we hope you might like to join. To be the first to hear about our plans, and how you can get involved, subscribe to our newsletter.
As ever, we continue to rely on the goodwill and generosity of our supporters to provide the services, equipment and experiences that enrich and broaden the lives of the young people and families we support.). If you are able to support our work at this time, it would make a huge difference to the young people and their families and we would be immensely grateful. ways to dontate