The 3H Foundation is in constant need of funds to support our programmes but now more than ever. With the cost of living crisis many people with disabilities and carers are desperate for a break away or a period of respite especially after living with the pandemic.
We cannot support people without your help.
How you can help…
As a charity we depend on volunteers to help us continue with our work. Volunteers are usually required for specific projects or activities and are given all the information and support needed to fulfil their role.
Volunteering is a great way to use your skills and knowledge to help others. It is also a good way to meet new people and learn new things.
Our current volunteering opportunities include:
Respite Hamper preparation
Social Media posting
How your fundraising helps…
- £5: From as little as £5 you can make a difference to people with disabilities and carers. The 3HFoundation runs a number of programmes including respite hampers, holiday grants, supported holidays, afternoon teas and activity challenges. Every penny really does make a difference.
- £50: Provides a young carer with a hamper full of respite activities to help them have time for themselves and to acknowledge the work they do caring for their loved ones.
- £300: Provides a holiday carer grant for two people to have a period of respite away from their caring role.
- £1800: Enables a person with disabilities to have an adventurous holiday away independent of the regular carers.
Charity of the Year
Partnering with a charity and making them your Charity of the Year can have a huge impact on that charity.
An organisation who chooses a charity to support can provide much needed funds through fundraising activities. Organisations can boost awareness of the charity and their aims and volunteer to help at events.
We are extremly pleased that Specsavers Tunbridge Wells have made us their Charity of the Year for 2023!
We look forward to an exciting year ahead!
If your business or organisation would like to have us as your charity of the year, please contact us. The support you can give can make a huge impact on peoples lives.
We would like to thank all of our supporters. Without the generous donations from trusts, foundations and buisnesses we would not be able to carry out our work with those with disabilities and carers.
We are a small, non-government funded national charity, with five part time staff members. We have been supporting those with disabilities and carers for over 45 years.
We are registered and regulated by the Charities commission.
As a small charity, a donation to our funds makes a real and tangible difference to the work that we are able to do.