Spread A Smile bring a little joy and happiness to children and teenagers who in hospital. The entertainment includes a visit from a fairy, magicians, face painters and much more as well as exciting trips to theatrical events.
The Ambulance Wish Foundation UK’s mission is to give terminally ill patients the resources, specialist transport and care they need to fulfil their final wishes. Wishes can be simple, a last visit home or to a place of personal significance. It’s usually the little things that mean the most to a person nearing the end of their life, but these can seem impossible.
Wishes are varied and far reaching. For some a trip to Disney Florida or Paris to meet their favourite characters, for others it is a chance to get up close to a favourite pop star or sporting hero and some children simply want books and toys. Whatever the Wish, wherever possible, When You Wish Upon A Star will aim to make that Wish a reality.
The Dreams Team grants the dreams and wishes of sick, terminally ill and disabled children. Past dreams have included meeting Ant and Dec, a Christmas trip to Lapland, the provision of specialist car seating and computer equipment.
Granting wishes to seriously and terminally ill children and entertaining over half a million children every year in hospitals and hospices throughout the UK.
At Round Table Children’s Wish, we grant wishes for children and young people who are suffering from life-threatening illnesses. It gives the child something to look forward to when it is needed most and to create some special memories for all the family.
Promise Dreams help seriously or terminally ill children under 18 years and their families. It provides once in a lifetime dreams from holidays to meeting their favourite celebrity. Families are asked to consider fundraising as they may only be able to offer a donation towards the dream.
This organisation grants wishes to children and young people between the ages of 3 and 17 years who have not received a wish from another charity.
Dreamflight organises holidays of a lifetime to seriously ill and disabled children without their parents to Orlando, Florida. The ten day holiday for children and young people aged 8 to 14 years is accompanied by a team of medical carers who provide 24 hour care that includes a doctor, physiotherapist and 3 nurses. Additional non medical care also support the children.