Donating to our Cheshire East appeal will help us to provide invaluable 1:1 support sessions to children and young people, as well as over the phone advice to their families and teachers, in the Cheshire East area.
Donating to our 2020 appeal will help us to provide over the phone advice to families, invaluable 1:1 support sessions to children and young people, as well as specialist group events that work to break down the sense of isolation felt by so many who have been bereaved.
As part of our service, we invite children and their families to meet with others who have been affected by similar circumstances at specialist group events. These free events form a key part of our therapeutic work.
Your donation will change the lives of children and young people who are facing, or have experienced, the death of someone they love.
We are raising money to support children and young people who have been affected by the death, or serious illness, of someone they love.
Our school wants to help children and young people who have lost loved ones by raising funds to support the valuable work done by Daisy's Dream. Their work is especially important now, as many of these young people have been in isolation due to COVID19.
Daisy's Dream would have benefitted from this year's ROC10K which had to be cancelled. I'm sure any contribution toward making up the short-fall would be greatly appreciated.
We've all enjoyed the Virtual Race challenge series for free and saved on race entry fees so how about making a donation to a great cause.
I'm raising money to support children and young people who have been affected by the death, or serious illness, of someone they love.
Ané had a two year long journey with leukaemia and we want to raise funds for a charity that Ané would have wanted us to donate to.
I realise the impact of family bereavement on children and the long term effects it can have. I have seen how Daisy's Dream can help with the healing process.
Caversham Heath Golf Club are raising money with a charity golf day on 2nd October 2018 to support children and young people who have been affected by the death, or serious illness, of someone they love.
Paul died in May 2017. Daisys Dream were a lifeline to myself and our four girls.
On Sunday 4th December Andrea Priddy, Graeme Anderson and Josie Daman are dressing as Santas and running 5k for Daisy's Dream!