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This weekend Kallie’s Hope, a campaign to get Kallie life changing operation SDR (selective dorsal rhizotomy) hit their target of £40,000! Kallie and her family joined Tree of Hope in […]Read More
RISE 4 Disability is one of three conferences that happen all over the country and on Thursday 7th September it is coming to Detling Showground, Maidstone, Kent. With free admission […]Read More
At the beginning of June our committed supporters Marks and Spencer Tunbridge Wells joined us for three days at the Tree of Hope offices as a part of Plan A, #SpendItWell. […]Read More
Tree of Hope’s Summer Newsletter is now available for you to read! This edition includes Sophie’s Tiny Steps- Sophie’s SDR success, Bertie’s 300- an innovative fundraising campaign to get Bertie […]Read More
We want to share your stories and experiences on our website and social media. Your stories are often inspirational, and writing blogs of your own can help spread your story […]Read More
Congratulations to the Auto Trader #RideforKallie Team! Last week on May 16th, Auto Trader and their team of cyclists set off on their three day challenge cycling 240 miles form […]Read More
Yesterday’s Starfish Races, Marathon, Half-Marathon and 10K Relay was a huge success for Tree of Hope and all of its runners! Congratulations to all of the runners who took part […]Read More
Paralympian swimmer Claire Cashmore MBE is the latest member to join Kent based Children’s charity Tree of Hope as patron. Tree of Hope offers help and support to families of […]Read More
TREE OF HOPE has appointed Kate Bourne as its Fundraising Manager. Kate was one of the driving forces behind the successful campaign to raise £225,000 in less than a year […]Read More
Evie Shears When Evie was born she suffered with significant brain damage meaning she was diagnosed with Cerebral Palsy and sadly later on in her life, terminal cancer. Amy and […]Read More
Tree of Hope offers hope to the families of seriously ill and disabled children in the United Kingdom and Ireland who need specialist medical treatment, therapy and equipment.Find Out More
Donate to Tree of Hope today
Donate to Tree of Hope today
Tree of Hope helps children and young people with a disability or illness by supporting their families to raise the funds that they need to pay for specialist care that is not freely available through the UK healthcare system. We are the crowdfunding children’s charity of choice for young people with healthcare needs, giving access to corporate donations, GiftAid and potential grants from Trusts and Foundations. Most importantly we give reassurance for your donors that their money will be spent on your child and their healthcare needs.
With Tree of Hope behind you, we can help your campaign get off the ground, getting maximum exposure and helping your campaign reach its target as quickly as possible. As a crowdfunding charity, we can help you to achieve and surpass your fundraising target.
Call Jenny or Georgie in our families team today on 01892 535525 to discuss what we can do to help your child get the support they need.
Find out how Tree of Hope’s years of expertise can support you with your fundraising journey with our latest Parent Pack, available here.
Children with healthcare needs can often benefit from a range of therapies and treatments, not necessarily available via state provision. Tree of Hope is a Kent charity that supports families to fundraise towards these costs, safe in the knowledge they are working with a registered charity to maximise their fundraising opportunities and get support and help from us every step of the way.
It is not possible for a children’s charity to be established to support an individual child. However, Tree of Hope is the umbrella charity which has supported thousands of individual children’s campaigns for almost 25 years.
We enable parents to fundraise under the banner of a registered charity, with their very own campaign dedicated solely to benefit their child. Each donation is subject to a 7.5% contribution which goes towards the core running costs of the charity. We have kept this at its absolute minimum so your child benefits as much as possible from donations and the majority of families find that the addition of Gift Aid covers fees and still adds extra to your campaign. Crowdfunding as an individual will NOT enable you to claim gift aid and cover fees in this way and donors may be concerned about the lack of regulation around crowdfunding and how the money can be used. Tree of Hope is a registered charity working under Charity Commission regulations, providing a safe and secure home for your donations.
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This weekend Kallie’s Hope, a campaign to get Kallie life changing operation SDR (selective dorsal rhizotomy) hit their target of £40,000! Kallie and her family joined Tree of Hope in […]
RISE 4 Disability is one of three conferences that happen all over the country and on Thursday 7th September it is coming to Detling Showground, Maidstone, Kent. With free admission […]
At the beginning of June our committed supporters Marks and Spencer Tunbridge Wells joined us for three days at the Tree of Hope offices as a part of Plan A, #SpendItWell. […]
Tree of Hope’s Summer Newsletter is now available for you to read! This edition includes Sophie’s Tiny Steps- Sophie’s SDR success, Bertie’s 300- an innovative fundraising campaign to get Bertie […]
We have created a Parent Pack that will help you understand what Tree of Help can support you with. If you are interested in what Tree of Hope can offer you with your fundraising campaign please fill out the details below to receive our parent pack.