Can you support us?

Donate to Tree of Hope today so that we can continue to help children

Can you support us?

Donate to Tree of Hope today so that we can continue to help children

Tree of Hope is a registered charity dedicated to transforming the lives of sick and disabled children. It does this through supporting families to raise funds for treatments, therapies and equipment that aren’t normally or readily otherwise available, for example from the NHS.

We provide tools and advice for families about how to raise funds. Donations are made through the Tree of Hope charity both for each child’s campaign and for general support. A 7.5% contribution from campaign donations helps to cover the core running costs of the charity, with all money raised to pay for treatment, therapy and equipment that will benefit the children we support.

 

By fundraising through Tree of Hope families get four key advantages:

  • Most donations will be eligible for Gift Aid, adding 25% to their value (only possible through charitable status)
  • Registered charity status provides confidence and trust to supporters (legitimacy)
  • Fundraising tools and advice are available to parents
  • As a nationally-known charity we are able to give greater exposure to campaigns
  • Support with managing funds and paying invoices for operations, therapists and equipment etc.

How is Tree of Hope run?

Tree of Hope is run by a small staff at its Head Office in Tunbridge Wells who work within policies and guidelines decided by a Board of Trustees. The trustees are volunteers responsible to the Charity Commission and other regulatory authorities for the correct administration of the charity.

Tree of Hope is registered in England and Wales as a charitable company limited by guarantee: Company No 08184807. It is registered as charity no 1149254 in England and Wales and no SCO42611 in Scotland. The Board of Trustees submit a report and accounts to the Charity Commission and Companies House annually. You can access the latest report and accounts on the Charity Commission website.

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