Your support lasts a lifetime
Imagine living in a world that makes no sense, where everyday things many take for granted make you feel overwhelmed, stressed and anxious.
Imagine not being able to make your child smile, looking into their eyes and seeing no connection, no hugs or cuddles.
Living with disabilities and developmental difficulties has a profound impact not only for the child but for the entire family too.
Why we need your support
We rely 100% on the extraordinary generosity of our supporters and donors to continue our vital service. Since 1972 we have proudly helped change the lives of more than 14,000 children and we couldn’t have done this without the loyal support of our fundraisers and donors.
But so many more families and children need our help and we’ve a lot of work to do to make sure that we can support all those who do.
You are giving brighter futures with more smiles
Amazing people like you help make a difference to hundreds of children like Mia and Ray who are faced with daily challenges that many of us take for granted. We’re passionate about making every penny count to help children like Mia and Ray live a fulfilling life.
Because of our incredible fundraisers and supporters, the children we have helped live more independent lives, are more confident and their families look forward to brighter futures; several have gone to university and many are in employment citing bibic as playing a key part in their progress.
How you can help give brighter futures
There are so many ways to raise money for us. From baking cakes, jumping out of planes, running marathons, climbing a mountain, hosting a coffee morning, to sponsoring a child, signing up to our lottery or making a donation. The choice is yours. There are so many ways you can change lives forever.
Our friendly fundraising team is here to support you every step of the way with handy hints and tips, materials and t-shirts. Email email@example.com or call us on 01458 253344 to let us know what you’re up to.
Thank you for choosing to help children with disabilities and difficulties. Your support means more than you will ever know.