London is a vibrant city with many opportunities and a strong sense of community. Despite this, many children are affected by poverty.


Little Lives UK is proud to be a London-based charity whose primary focus is children. We are passionate about providing support and opportunities to children who are disabled or disadvantaged.

 
Our
July campaign

Tablets and Devices for Children. During lockdown we have been working on helping many underprivileged children to ensure that their education did not suffer due to Coronavirus. Our aim was to provide as many children as we could with devices so that they could access necessary school resources. We were able to achieve this through working with of Wandsworth and Richmond Council and we are currently in the process of working with other London councils to continue to distribute these devices. Of course, this will also mean that we are able to help many more children which as a charity we are so pleased to do. Without our hard-working volunteers who carried on during the lockdown to help achieve our mission this would not be possible.

A huge thank you goes out to them as none of our work would be possible without them. Finally, we wanted to take the opportunity to thank all the people who have donated and continue to donate devices to us.

Tablets and Devices for Children
 
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Volunteer with us

Little Lives always needs the support of volunteers in our shops. Whether you are looking to get back in to work, improve your English or simply have some time to spare and would like to help support a charity in your community, we would love to hear from you!

Fundraise

There are many ways you can get involved and support Little Lives UK. Help to improve lives of disabled and disadvantaged children.

Donate

By donating to Little Lives UK, you are helping to change the lives and future of children within London and your community. Every donation that we receive supports projects and organisations, that work to ensure that they make a difference to the lives of young people in London.