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Janine Lewis

Waddling for Whizz-Kidz

Waddling as a Duck to raise awareness for Whizz-Kidz because every child deserves a chance to be independant.

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Whizz-Kidz

We give disabled kids mobility equipment to help them to be independent

Charity Registration No. 802872

Story

Thanks for taking the time to visit my JustGiving page.

Whizz-Kidz provides disabled children with the essential wheelchairs and other mobility equipment they need to lead fun and active childhoods.

I am supporting and raising funds for WhizzKidz to help more children get a fantastic start in life. 

Like a duck, they are only hindered by the environment that does not allow them to excel. Add wheels, and like they are like a duck to water.

So, I shall waddle dressed as a duck! I am inspired to do this for wonderful young people like Ruby.

See how getting "new wheels" helped Ruby!

My Events.

✅ 21st December 12 hour Treadmill non stop treadmill waddle.  

✅ 18th March 2018 Reading Half Marathon 

 22nd April 2018 London Marathon

13th May 2018 28+ miles Nordic Walking the Lucky Duck Challenge



Let's raise the smiles by sponsoring my miles! Start now and let's get the Duck back out there!





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This list shows the cost of just some of the services that Whizz-Kidz provides

  • £23 could pay for a disabled child to be more confident while boarding a train or bus after one hour of Whizz-Kidz Wheelchair Skills training.
  • £27 funds one hour’s expert assessment by a Whizz-Kidz therapist, helping provide a disabled child with the powered wheelchair that meets their medical, social and educational needs. 
  • £33 enables a disabled child to attend their local Ambassador Club, socialise and develop skills, for one hour.
  • £70 supports a disabled child at a Whizz-Kidz Camp for one hour, providing the intensive support they need to be safe, learn and have fun while giving parents or carers a much needed respite-break.
  • £90 enables Whizz-Kidz to support a young disabled person for one day of their work placement.
  • £100 could fund a Whizz-Kidz therapist for half a day, enough time for a disabled child to have their final fitting in their new powered chair and to take receipt of their new chair.
  • £228 could pay for a disabled child to attend two days of unique Wheelchair Skills Training, learning to manoeuvre their wheelchair and with agility and confidence. 
  • £270 pays for a disabled child to attend a Work Skills Day and acquire vital experience that could help them get a job. 
  • £900 could pay for a disabled young person to attend a full supported Whizz-Kidz work placement.
  • £2,700 enables Whizz-Kidz to give 10 disabled young people the opportunity to attend a Work Skills Day.
  • £3,500 provides a manual chair that fully meets a disabled child’s needs. 
  • £5,600 could provide a disabled child with a life changing powered chair.
  • £42,600 would enable Whizz-Kidz to run a short break Camp for ten disabled young people who may not have enjoyed a holiday or any type of short break for many years. 

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