Donate to help stop children with disabilities being isolated this Easter holiday

The Easter holidays are a particularly isolating time for many children and young people with disabilities. Without school they can spend the whole holiday at home, isolated from the outside world. It is often impossible for children with disabilities to attend social activities as most holiday clubs don’t have the provision for them. This isolation leads to disabled children being up to four times more likely to feel lonely than non-disabled children.

Seashell runs an inclusive community sports and activities programme during the holidays. Unlike other holiday clubs, we offer 1:1 support which means children with disabilities can get involved in new activities in a safe and supported way.

Help stop isolation and prevent loneliness this holiday.

Children like Charlotte, who has cerebral palsy, felt isolated before coming to our inclusive holiday club. Now she has gained confidence, become more self-assured, made new friends and found her passion for drama.

We want to help more children like Charlotte. You can help us. Choose your gift amount from the below…



could pay for a inclusive football session

A boy and a girl cheering on a football pitch. The girl is in a wheelchair.

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could pay for a sensory swim session

A teacher and a student in a swimming pool at Seashell

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could pay for half a day at our inclusive holiday club

Two females drumming on large blue exercise balls

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could pay for a full day at our inclusive holiday club

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Seashell Fundraising

By making a donation you are helping Seashell make a difference in the lives of children and young people with complex needs. If you’re interested in finding out more about fundraising we’d love to hear from you! 

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Our CADS Programme

Our award-winning CADS programme (children’s abled and disabled sports) offers a wide range of fully inclusive activities as well as health and wellbeing options.
As outlined above, the benefits the programme offers children and young people is proven. As well as developing confidence, self-esteem, and health and fitness, CADS encourages friendships to blossom.

Children and young people can try CADS activities during school holidays or more regularly as weekly evening sessions. We offer everything from football to swimming, climbing and art.

Find out more about CADS

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