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  • Just £10 can fund a child's visit from a Giggle Doctor
  • Help us to continue these magical moments
  • Sometimes a smile can make all the difference
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Help us

Whether it's taking part in Chores for Chuckles, making a donation or telling your friends about us, there are plenty of ways to help.

How you can help…

  • Make a donation

    Make a donation
    Give a Giggle

    It costs just £10 to fund a child's visit from a Giggle Doctor. Every pound really does make such a difference.

  • Fundraise for us

    Fundraise for us
    Get your friends and family involved

    Our fundraising pack is bursting with ways to fundraise at home with a cuppa, in your lunch break, within your community or even something more adventurous for those of you that like a challenge!

  • Become a partner

    Become a partner
    Bring together your employees through laughter

    Help support a small charity where your employees will feel that they are making a huge difference - not just a drop in the ocean.

  • Schools Fundraising

    Schools Fundraising
    Giving giggles is much more fun than homework!

    Involving your school is the perfect way to give laughter to poorly children and teach students the importance of giving to children of all ages…

  • Spread the word

    Spread the word
    Please tell your friends about our work

  • Legacy

    Leave the gift of laughter

    To a child in hospital, I leave the gift of laughter.



I have had the pleasure of seeing the Giggle Doctors in action and am amazed at the difference they can make to a child and their family members through the simple act of Laughter. I am proud to be a supporter and to have introduced them to Rotary.

Ken Robertshaw, Rotarian / 01/03/2016


The Giggle Doctors have been something Amelia looks forward to on her visits to Piam Brown. She loves them. The Giggle Doctors are like a special treat and they are really good at getting through to the kids. They make a massive difference.

A Parent / 01/02/2016