Help us change a child’s life

Support from Trusts and Foundations is key to unlocking a better future for disabled children. At Newlife we value our connections and support with a wide range of trusts and seek to form lasting, strategic partnerships. Whether you can offer a one-off donation or a multi-year grant, your support will help us achieve our mission to improve the lives of disabled children and their families.

PTP Story
 The Marian Elizabeth Trust support Newlife’s Play Therapy Pod service, helping children like Gabriella get the specialist toys they need.

“We are loving trying out all the different toys. Everyone can see progress in Gabriella’s development since having the pods too, as she has been able to match animals with what sound they make. Now that she can sit up by herself, the most recent pod has toys which are appropriate for her to sit and play with.”

Laura, Gabriella’s Mum

Why partner with Newlife

• We are able to direct your grant to support the direct costs of providing equipment and helping families through our services rather than on running costs.

• We can designate funds to support children within your local area

• We guarantee that 100% of your grant would be used according to your wishes and we provide regular updates and case studies of children helped to show you the impact grants make.


Contact Us

If you are a charitable trust or foundation that would like to learn more about Newlife or are interested in supporting a particular service please contact our Trusts and Partnerships Fundraiser, Lucy Rice at or on 01543 462777 


“We’re excited about the difference our grant can make to the lives of families with disabled children thanks to the specialist buggies and wheelchairs that Newlife provide. This is exactly the kind of work we wanted to support when we launched our new grant portfolio last year.”

Lisa Jones, director at Motability


“I’m very pleased we’ve been able to help Newlife with their hugely important work. Without Newlife, thousands of disabled children would be living in pain, unable to do the things that we all take for granted and denied the opportunity to reach their potential.”

Selwyn Burton on behalf of The Masonic Charitable Foundation