Here at The Children's Adventure Farm, we provide holidays, respite, daytrips and Christmas Parties to approximately 3,000 terminally ill, disabled and disadvantaged children each year. The services we provide are absolutely essential to these children, giving them a break from their difficult daily routines and the opportunity for fun in a safe, fun and loving environment.
In August 2009 The Peter Cruddas Foundation made a donation which has enabled us to provide a week-long holiday of a lifetime to two very special children. The Peter Cruddas Foundation have made such a huge difference in the lives of two children who had never been away on holiday before, their personal circumstances are such that even a daytrip would be considered a luxury. This grant enabled us to offer these children a week-long bespoke break designed to challenge, stimulate and interest them here at our Cheshire base. The children followed a programme of activities devised with their needs, likes and dislikes in mind.
The aim of our charity is to re-build the self-confidence and improve the life prospects of disabled, terminally ill and disadvantaged children. By involving these children in activities they may have never before attempted, we show them just how capable, talented and worthwhile they are, and how they have as much right to success and happiness as any of their peers. We also aim to give these children memories of childhood that most of us will have taken for granted. Memories of fun, laughter and friendship which they can treasure in their darkest times.
The grant we have received from The Peter Cruddas Foundation has helped to make all this possible for two very deserving children.
For more information please visit www.caft.co.uk