So Much More Than Just a Nice Day...
Set up by three mums in 1992, Happy Days Children's Charity helps families and groups by organising and funding special days and holidays such as trips to the seaside, theatres, zoos, museums, outdoor activity centres, sporting events and other educational and cultural activities for children in the UK living with mental, physical and emotional difficulties.
With your help, we were able to support almost 25,000 children with additional needs last year, removing barriers to give them a chance to get out, make new friends, develop new skills and build confidence in the face of adversity.
As well as helping individual families, we also to offer our support to hundreds of groups such as SEN schools and arrange special days for other charities including children’s hospitals, women’s refuges and victim support services, to name just a few.
It's your kind donations of time and money that make this possible and we're grateful for any support you can give.
Together we're making a difference, one day at a time...
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15 July - More Socially Distanced Special Days!
We're so pleased to have organised a special drive in cinema day for over 200 children in Ballymena, Northern Ireland with the help of our friends at www.claims.co.uk
20 April - New Challenge Events Portfolio
We're thrilled to have partnered up with Run For Charity to give our supporters access to Charity Places at over 100 national and local events across the UK throughout 2021.
1 March - The 100 Appeal
As we start to plan to come out of lockdown, we're looking for 100 people or companies to raise £100+ so that we can hit the ground running with days out for brave children again this Summer!
1 February - Family Day Trips
As a response to the ongoing pandemic, we've been introducing new ways of supporting children with fun activities whilst keeping them safe. Find out more about applying for Family Day Trips...
Living with a Jude - A Mum's Journey...
Author Alice Soule blogs about her experiences of bringing up her son Jude, who has severe learning disabilities
Her book and blog "Living with a Jude" aims to support families in a similar situation, and to provide others with an insight into the life of a family affected by austism. Read More
We believe that ALL children deserve the opportunity to experience life, whatever their circumstances. We aim to remove barriers and work with children to help them develop skills and confidence with our holidays and activities.
There are lots of ways that you can help us support courageous children in your community. Choose to make a difference today. Just pick up the phone or drop us an email, we'd love to hear from you and welcome whatever help you can give.