Tiny Tim’s Children’s Centre
As a charity, we know how much the pandemic has affected many tremendous organisations with the work they do helping young children. After getting in touch with Little Lives UK, we were in no doubt that it would be worthwhile for us to offer some support to Tiny Tim’s Children Centre, with a donation of £2,000, which will fund 40 therapy sessions for their children. Tiny Tim’s Children Centre offer free complementary therapy treatments to children with disabilities. They predominantly focus on providing treatments that are not available to the children from the NHS or affordable to low-income families. As a result of Covid-19 restrictions, they were unable to provide as many therapy sessions as they ideally would have, but still managed to provide 1,400 therapy sessions and 330 free therapeutic play sessions. However, the costs for providing each session has almost doubled during the last year, highlighting how important it has become that they receive support. They are more dependant than ever on the kindness of others and are relying on charities such as ourselves to support them. Little Lives UK would like to wish them all the success for the future and hope they can continue the fantastic work they do.
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Tiny Tim’s Children Centre recently got in touch with Little Lives UK, referring to some of the difficulties they have been facing due to Covid-19. As a charity, we know how much the pandemic has affected many tremendous organisations with the work they do helping young children. After chatting with them for a while, we were in no doubt that it would be worthwhile for us to offer some support to their centre, with a donation of £2,000.