The 3H Foundation
The 3H Foundation was formed in 1975 by a family who found that there are very limited holiday opportunities for families with a disabled member.
3H supports people with disabilities to have a break whether on independent group holidays, through family holiday grants or short break activities. We support adult and young carers to have a period of respite both through days out, breaks away or through home based respite hampers.
“We strive to ensure that equality, diversity and inclusion are at the core of who we are
and the work we do in line with our mission statement.”
How We Can Help
Providing opportunities for 13-25 year olds with disabilities to experience days out, group activities and home-based challenges. Providing periods of respite for young carers.
Providing subsidised group holidays for adults with disabilities giving the opportunity for a holiday independent from their day to day carers.
Providing adventures for young people aged 13 – 18 with disabilities and young carers.
Recognising and supporting the need for adult carers to have a period of respite away from their cared for through respite hampers and spa days.
Providing holiday grants for UK holidays for people with disabilities and their family. Providing holiday grants for carers to receive respite.
Since July 2020 Dr Karen Darke MBE has been The 3H Foundation patron. Karen is a London 2012 Paralympics silver medallist, a Rio 2016 gold medallist in hand-cycling, a geologist, an adventurer and writer! We are delighted to have the support of such an inspirational person.