Demelza is a children’s hospice named after the founding husband and wife’s daughter who sadly died at the age of 24. Demelza herself worked at a children’s hospice and after being touched by the support and ability to improve a terminally ill child’s quality of life, her parents set up their own hospice which in turn could offer support and a non-judgemental service of excellence to young people with life threatening conditions, and to their families.
HopeHIV is a small charity with big ideas. Many communities in Africa are bearing the weight of poverty and AIDS, and as a result children are growing up without parents to raise and protect them. Despite this, many demonstrate spirit, resilience and potential. With this in mind, HopeHIV aims to give these young people the support and opportunity needed to help them change the future of Africa for the better.
Variety – The Children’s Charity – supports children in the UK who are coping with sickness, disability and disadvantage by providing practical, noticeable help that makes an immediate difference to both the children and their families.
Whizz-Kidz, as well as, providing disabled children with wheelchairs and other mobility solutions, offers wheelchair skills training, work experience, holds youth groups and residential camps. This ensures the children benefitting from the charity are able to live a fun and dynamic lifestyle.
Hi Cap provides support to children and families in Nepal and the Himalayan Mountains. As well as providing medical and housing support, the charity works to educate children in remote areas.
Kids in Kathmandu
Kids in Kathmandu aim is to support orphaned children by providing them with the necessities for daily living and advance their learning and development by offering them the facilities, activities and educational opportunities.