Tree of Hope – Hope for Sick Children and their Families in the UK and Ireland
Tree of Hope is a fantastic registered UK charity that has been set up to help support sick or disabled children and their families. Many of these children have long term medical needs and may require surgery, ongoing therapy and equipment to help improve their quality of life and help them reach their maximum potential. Fundraising is one way to help cover these additional costs but it can be an overwhelming task. This is where Tree of Hope can help families achieve their fundraising goals. The family will receive guidance on how to organise and run fundraising events with step-by-step instructions to create a JustGiving page.
Physiocomestoyou is delighted to be working with Tree of Hope by providing physiotherapy for several Tree of Hope children.
The Tree of Hope Mission Statement:
Our mission is to transform the lives of sick children and empower families. Tree of Hope offers hope to the families of sick and disabled children in the United Kingdom and Ireland who need specialist medical surgery, treatment, therapy and equipment in order to free them from suffering, giving a better quality to their young lives.
Tree of Hope is passionate about improving the health and lives of sick and disabled children resident in the United Kingdom and Ireland by providing and assisting in the provision of grants to enable them to obtain medical surgery, treatment, therapies and equipment which would not otherwise be available to them.
With the guidance and approval of the medical practitioners in our health care services, Tree of Hope will fund grants for medical treatment and therapy within the private sector of medicine in the United Kingdom and Ireland. We will also fund surgery and treatment by medical specialists abroad, where the specific knowledge and facilities are available, in order to treat children as quickly as possible.
The process starts with a telephone or email application from the parent/carer/guardian of the child in need of assistance. Call 01892 535525, email firstname.lastname@example.org and visit the Tree of Hope website here.