Frame Football originally, made football accessible for children with Cerebral Palsy but is now accessible to children with all types of disability.
The first team started in Coventry over 18 months ago, and teams are now expanding across Belfast, Glasgow, Essex and Bristol!
Take a look here and see if you can get involved..
Cooper was born 4 weeks early in Spennymoor, Durham. He has no diagnosis or explanation of what is making him poorly. He is 7 months old now and cannot make a sound to tell us anything. His world is a quiet one.
Jude had his life changing Selective Dorsal Rhizotomy surgery at the Portland Hospital in Central London, earlier this year.
His family and friends helped raise £30,000 so that Jude could get the life changing operation as soon as possible, to prevent him having to be in a wheelchair. Jude loves nothing more than playing football with his friends and this amazing operation will allow him to do so!
The Cinnamon Square in Hildenborough are holding a fantastic, fun filled quiz night, completely in aid of Tree of Hope!
Just £20 per person, including starters, popadoms and chutney, main dish, side dish and rice or naan AND entry to the quiz!
2-6 people per team!
Raffle with 10 prizes to be won!
Get booked in now to avoid disappointment..
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My beautiful Vinnie from Chelmsford in Essex has plagiocephaly and brachycephaly and since birth it has worsened every day. He didn't have the best start as we were in hospital for 2 weeks on and off because of an infection in his lung.
Keir is 10 from Crediton in Devon. He's blind, he can't walk nor talk. He has profound learning difficulties and finds it hard to cope with many everyday situations.
We're raising money for Tree of Hope to support his Mum to train in the Anat Baniel Method. This is a neuroplasticity based approach that focuses on the child's brain, waking it up to create new connections. This can lead to breakthroughs in movement, thinking, self-regulation, and connection with others.
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Our mission is to transform the lives of sick children and empower families.
Tree of Hope offers hope to the families of sick and disabled children in the United Kingdom and Ireland who need specialist medical surgery, treatment, therapy and equipment in order to free them from suffering, giving a better quality to their young lives.
The promotion and protection of good health, and relief of sickness of sick and disabled children and young people under the age of 25 years resident in the United Kingdom and Ireland, in particular without limitation by providing and assisting in the provision of services and grants to enable them to obtain medical treatment, therapies and equipment which could not otherwise be available to them