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On Friday 13th October, Tree of Hope began its 25th Anniversary celebrations, with a Sporting Heroes lunch at The Spa Hotel, Tunbridge Wells. The event, hosted by Kent and England […]Read More
Tree of Hope Children’s Charity was founded in 1992 by Corinne Gardner and was born out of a desire to help children to raise funds for treatments and services not […]Read More
Here at the Tree of Hope, our team always enjoys hearing about our family success stories and seeing them reach their fundraising goals. It makes what we do here so […]Read More
In August, Tree of Hope’s fundraising manager Kate joined the Firefly Community team for their Fundraising Webinar. The Webinar discussed various top tips and tricks when fundraising for your child’s […]Read More
The latest edition of the Tree of Hope newsletter is now ready for you to read! As we come into Autumn and start to celebrate our 25th year Anniversary in […]Read More
Social Media Using Social Media can really help spread the word about your campaign quickly and is a great place to get your fundraising campaign rolling. Many families set up […]Read More
Kallie has congenital heart disease and cerebral palsy. In the last year brave Kallie has undergone many surgeries, including SDR (Selective dorsal rhizotomy) to help her heart and her cerebral […]Read More
On the 9th of September 3 teams made up of 60 Tree of Hope supporters all ventured down to Bewl Water, Lamberhurst for the annual FUNrasiers Dragon Boat Racing Festival. […]Read More
Legacies are vital to charitie’s survival, something that most of our supporters don’t realise. To raise some much needed awareness and promote legacy giving, we’ve joined forces with Remember A Charity, […]Read More
After Leon’s mother, Kasia, told her fitness group about Leon’s cerebral palsy, the Wolfpack took it apon themselves to raise funds for the campaign, totally over £8,500 in just three […]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 children’s charity 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 children’s charity, we can help you to achieve and surpass your fundraising target.
Call 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 children’s 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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On Friday 13th October, Tree of Hope began its 25th Anniversary celebrations, with a Sporting Heroes lunch at The Spa Hotel, Tunbridge Wells. The event, hosted by Kent and England […]
Tree of Hope Children’s Charity was founded in 1992 by Corinne Gardner and was born out of a desire to help children to raise funds for treatments and services not […]
Children’s charity Tree of Hope has strengthened its Medical Committee with the appointment of Dr Caren Nurcombe-Thorne. Caren is a GP Partner at the Parks Medical practice in Rochester where […]
Here at the Tree of Hope, our team always enjoys hearing about our family success stories and seeing them reach their fundraising goals. It makes what we do here so […]
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.