To celebrate our 50th anniversary this April, we’re asking you to come together with friends and family over brunch, and raise money for families raising disabled or seriously ill children.
You can host your brunch however it suits you. Whether it’s a quiet family get-together at home or in the garden, a morning with friends in a restaurant, or treating your work colleagues, everyone loves brunching!
All you have to do is sign up to host a brunch by downloading our pack, or emailing [email protected]. You’ll receive a free fundraising kit with top tips to get you started. Our fundraising team will be on hand to support you every step of the way.
The day of your brunch, don’t forget to use the hashtag #FFBigBrunch and tag us so we can celebrate with you.
Why host a Big Birthday Brunch?
Families pay three times higher costs to care for their disabled child and face severely reduced income due to the round-the-clock care and support they provide.
From essential items like kitchen appliances or clothing, to travel to hospital appointments, much-needed family breaks and in-depth information and support, Family Fund is a national charity that aims to make life easier for families raising a disabled child.
Today, more families than ever before are coming to us for support – with a 135% increase in new families coming forward for grants.
Every penny raised from our Big Birthday Brunch enables Family Fund to provide essential grants to UK families raising disabled or seriously ill children.
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