We will continue fighting for the wellbeing of vulnerable, disabled and life threatened children across the UK
While the global pandemic has changed all of our lives, it has been vulnerable, disabled and critically ill children who have been impacted upon the most.
Children were forced to skip therapies vital for their wellbeing and development.
Bereaved families couldn´t get together to mourn their children.
Child poverty and inequality have increased across the country.
And all of this is impacting the mental health and wellbeing of thousands of children and their families, while putting an unbearable stress on their carers.
While normal life across the country might have stopped, the work of the four Childlife charities has gone into overdrive to adapt and support children and families when they needed it most: launching new virtual services, developing new protocols and generating new resources, all while needs to be fundraising has been dramatically impacted by pandemic restrictions.
With your support to Childlife, you are protecting the lives of children across the UK. From children’s rights to end-of-life care, Childlife charities provide absolutely critical support to children and families in need when they need it most.
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