Thousands of disabled and terminally ill children around the UK receive essential specialist equipment they’d otherwise have to go without, thanks to Newlife. But we couldn’t do it without you!

There are so many ways to join #TeamNewlife and be a part of our story. Whether you’re taking on one of our challenge events or fundraising in your community, volunteering your time or donating to one of our campaigns, getting involved will help us to make a world of difference to the families we support.

Our supporters help us to do amazing things, and every penny raised or every hour volunteered helps us to provide much-needed equipment and vital support to families in need. Thanks to your passion, support and dedication, we will continue to do all we can to make life better for disabled children.

To find out more and get started on your fundraising journey contact our friendly Fundraising Team – just email fundraise@newlifecharity.co.uk and we’ll be happy to help! Or to volunteer your time get in touch with our Volunteering Team by emailing volunteer@newlifecharity.co.uk and join #TeamNewlife today.

How You Can Get Involved

Newlife wants to ensure that disabled and terminally ill children get the best possible start in life and have the opportunity to fulfil their potential. With your generosity and dedication, together we can ensure thousands of children receive the vital specialist disability equipment they need and deserve.

Take a look at the ways you can get involved and join Team Newlife.

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