Make a difference
Help Seashell make a difference to the lives of children and young people with complex needs. Seashell has a national reputation for the care and education we provide for children and young people who come to us from across the UK. Many of the students and residents require one-on-one round-the-clock care from highly trained and dedicated staff who work hard to provide the best possible support. Help us to raise funds to ensure we provide the very best facilities and life experiences.
Support our fun-filled and action-packed events. Unfortunately, as with many charities, our own fundraising events have been severely affected by the coronavirus pandemic. For the spring/summer 2020 events season alone we have lost around £250,000 in cancelled and postponed events. We hope to be able to share details of our upcoming events soon!
Challenge yourself for a good cause. Despite many challenge events having been postponed there are some events that you might wish to participate in this year..Choose your challenge
Are you a company looking to support a charity working on the frontline, caring for and protecting very vulnerable young people?How you can help
Trusts and Foundations
The support we receive from Trust and Foundations locally and nationally has been vital to Seashell, helping make a real difference to the children and young people we care, educate and support.Find out more
Transforming Lives Appeal
Seashell's Project Transformation is one of the biggest school capital projects in the UK. We’re not just building a new school; we are building a new future for thousands of children and young people with acute special needs and we need your help.Support us
Our charity was founded in 1823 and enjoys a rich history, originally opening as a deaf school for children in rented premises in Salford. We look forward to celebrating our bicentenary in 2023.Find out more
We are committed to ensuring that we can support as many children, young people and families that need us as possible. To do this we need your financial support.Make an online donation
It was an enormous step to make such a big move to an entirely different part of the country but it was a brilliant decision and we have absolutely no regrets…without a doubt, the key to Elliot’s happiness and his successes at the school has been down to the care, skills, commitment and expertise of everyone there.