Round Table Children's Wish Limited
Messages from other supporters
A great charity and a donation from a 25 year supporter as part of my retirement.
Donation by Kevin Allars £120.00 + £30.00 Gift Aid
From The Peppards and Wards, instead of the ritual exchange of presents. Merry Christmas!
Donation by Neil Hopkinson £200.00 + £50.00 Gift Aid
In memory of William da Silva
Donation by Linda Harvey £20.00 + £5.00 Gift Aid
Area 33 Essex Past Chairmen and Presidents Dinner 2012
Donation by Anonymous £44.00 + £0.00 Gift Aid
Why your donation matters
Your donations mean that we are able to grant the wishes of children suffering with a life threatening-illness.
Each wish is that of the individual child whatever they most desire. In granting these very special wishes each family will be able to enjoy a very special moment in time and enable them to have some wonderful memories for whatever the future may hold.
Harrison asked for a British Bulldog Puppy - Bonzo. He had to give his last dog, and best friend, up to the RSPCA due to his treatment.
Jacques loves anything to do with the military and asked to learn more. Captain SG James of the Royal Dragoon Guards gave him a personal tour around The Tank Museum.
And Ella visited Disneyland Paris to become a real-life Princess.
DONATE TODAY AND MAKE A CHILD'S WISH COME TRUE!
Case study: donations in action
This is an example of where your donations will go...
Elva is 7 years old and was diagnosed with Lymphoma in February 2011. She has dreamt of having her own special playhouse for some time, so we made sure that we got just what she wanted. A local tradesman, Mark, very kindly visited the family and spent some time with Elva and her mum, Rose, discussing the playhouse and drawing up the plans. On a very wet and blustery weekend Mark set down the foundation and set to work putting up the playhouse. When Elva and her mum saw it they were both speechless. Elva immediately set about decorating her house with a rug, cushions and lots of bits and pieces. That night she dragged her airbed to the top floor and spent the night cuddled in her sleeping bag under several blankets. She had a walkie talkie to keep in touch with Mum indoors but Rose said she didn't hear a peep! Elva is very happy with her playhouse and will gets years of fun from in it. Mum is contemplating charging her rent!