Childrens Hope Foundation's aim is to improve the quality of life for children and young people affected by illness, disability or poverty by meeting, within our power,their social and medical needs. Working on recommendations from, family members, medical facilities, community-based organizations as well as other charities, we will always try respond in a practical way to the needs of the children hardest hit by their situation.
Children's Hope Foundation aims to improve the quality of life for children and young people affected by illness, disability or poverty in a responsive and age-appropriate manner. Our activities are geared towards enhancing the concept of opportunity, recognizing that children are defined individually and should not be further disadvantaged by their illness, disability or situation. Volunteers are a cornerstone of Children's Hope Foundation and are valued for their caring commitment and for the wide range of skills, experience and roles they bring to the charity. Children's Hope Foundation can be a voice for children and young people in the United Kingdom and can help raise awareness to the responsibilities of parenting, drug and alcohol abuse, under-age pregnancy and STD's all of which impact on many communities both locally and nationally. We will always work with, and on the advice of, those individuals and organisations referring the children for assistance, to ensure that the children's needs are met in a caring, responsive, practical, age appropriate and friendly manner.