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Daisy’s Dream was set up in 1996 when a local mother identified the need for more localised, specialised bereavement support for children and young people.

Following the sudden death of her husband, Penny attended a residential weekend out of area which she described as ‘transformational’. This proved her inspiration for setting up the charity and she forged ahead to secure funding to make sure children in Berkshire could receive this essential support too.

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What Daisy's Dream do

Named Daisy’s Dream after the family pet Labrador, family camps started running from March 1997.

Since then the charity has gone from strength to strength delivering a full programme of 1:1 support, group provision and telephone advice.

As of 2022 Daisy’s Dream has supported 12,570 children and young people.

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