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Why Work With Tree of Hope

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 to 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.

Contact our Family Support team on 01892 535525 to discuss what we can do to help your child get the support they need.

Registered families have access to our full fundraising support service including our resources, tips and advice of how to fundraise and our friendly team always on hand to contact. Find out how Tree of Hope have already helped other families here

More Than Crowdfunding

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 based national 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 30 years.

We enable parents to fundraise under the banner of a registered charity, with their very own campaign established for the benefit of 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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Our Tree of Hope Fundraising Stars

London to Brighton for Charlie

Isla's Mum's big run!

Sky dive for Betsi!

Three Peaks for Evie!

Fancy a challenge? Walking, cycling, running and beyond - you can help us transform the lives of hundreds of seriously ill and disabled children, and be one of our fundraising superstars too!

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Read all about the story behind Children We've Helped

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A Life for Lewis Appeal

"Without you Lewis' dream of a wheelchair accessible/sensory garden would not have come true"

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Cara’s Dreams

"Being part of The Tree of Hope has meant a lot to us, we have support to turn to if needed"

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Help Thomas to Dance

"Being part of Tree of Hope and reading other family’s stories has been invaluable"

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Jasper’s Journey

"Tree of Hope has helped us carry on Jasper's critical, life-changing therapy"

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Tree of Hope News Read all about it

Christmas fundraising events for Colchester girl with a one in a million life-limiting condition

Emmie Gizatullin, aged four, from Colchester has a rare form of skeletal dysplasia, a condition which only one in a million people in the world live with. She is the […]

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J2 Bushey Marketing Agency raises over £30,000 for employee’s son with unique genetic disorder

Nine-year-old George Read from Harrow is believed to be the only person in the world with his particular, nameless genetic disorder.   His duplication of chromosomes 2 and 9 has […]

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Leicester teen needs funds to help with life-threatening skin condition

A desperate Leicester family are fundraising for their 14-year-old son who has a severe skin condition which leaves him unable to attend mainstream school or even hold a pen. Muhammad […]

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Shropshire fire fighter running 100 km in 24 hours to raise funds to help a six-year-old girl walk

Ross Underwood, 39, a retained firefighter and gardener from Hodnet, Shropshire is walking and running 100 km om a treadmill at Hodnet Fire Station this weekend to help a six-year-old […]

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