Happy Days Children’s Charity

The Happy Days Children’s Charity is inviting applications for funding towards trips, respite breaks and group activity holidays for disadvantaged children and young people with additional needs.

The charity awards funding for different types of activities to support families with children aged 3-17 who have a disability, an additional need or have been abused.

Family Activities: Activities include family day trips and family holiday breaks. Applications can be submitted by parents, guardians, grandparents or siblings, as well as GPs, consultants, nurses or social workers.

Group Activities: Groups that work with children with a disability, including SEN schools and women’s refuges, are also eligible to apply for funding for either a day trip, theatre visit, or a group activity holiday.

Applications can be made at any time.

Find out more about Happy Days Children’s Charity UK and apply for Funding

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