Projects we're supporting


Sibs is the UK’s leading charity supporting siblings of disabled adults and children. Sibs recognises that children with a disabled sibling often have support needs of their own and provides information and support for siblings and training for parents and professionals.

Jessie May

Jessie May is an innovative service with a reputation for providing exceptional palliative care and support to children with life-limiting conditions, and their families, in their own homes.

Changing Places

The Changing Places consortium campaigns for fully accessible toilets to be installed in public places. Over 250,000 people in the UK need Changing Places toilets in order to access days out, public places, attend work or do other daily tasks.

True Colours Data Champion

Accurate and useable data on disabled children and young people is crucial to allow us to understand where disabled children are, their needs and what services they are accessing.

Childhood Bereavement Network

The Childhood Bereavement Network is the hub for those working with bereaved children, young people and their families across the UK.

Together for Short Lives

Together for Short Lives is the UK’s umbrella organisation for children’s palliative care. It works with its members to champion, improve and support children’s palliative care services and professionals.


Contact is the national charity which supports families with disabled children. The organisation offers direct support to families through events and advice and campaigns to improve the lives of disabled children and their families.

Medical Mediation Foundation

The Medical Mediation Foundation is delivering a project in hospitals across the UK to embed the use of conflict management and mediation skills.

Heart n Soul

Heart n Soul provides opportunities for people with learning disabilities and autistic people to explore their talents, make high quality work, access new opportunities and influence change in their own lives and the lives of others.

Signal/Sign Health Uganda

Signal supports people who are Deaf or who have a hearing impairment. Its work in Uganda improves access to education for children who have a hearing impairment, many of whom miss out on school due to their disability.

African Palliative Care Association

The African Palliative Care Association’s mission is to ensure palliative care is widely understood, integrated into health systems at all levels and underpinned by evidence in order to reduce pain and suffering across Africa.

Najojo Better Living Mission Association

Najojo Better Living Mission Association is a small NGO based in Berea in western Lesotho. The organisation delivers palliative care, advocacy and health education.