Support us through your club
Are you part of a club such as a Rotary Club, WI, Scouts or Brownie group? If so, then we would love it if you might consider supporting us.
You could choose to make a one-off donation, or run your own fundraising event for us. From summer garden parties and afternoon tea’s to Christmas Fairs and fetes, there are a whole host of great ways to raise money.
As a small charity, every penny we receive goes a long way and makes a real difference to the children our Giggle Doctors visit.
The best way to show the difference your support could make is through the feedback we receive from children and their families. Here are just a few of the comments they have made about our visits:
“My daughter had just her operation and wasn’t feeling at her best. She didn’t want to eat or drink or even move about until they appeared and then she got up and sang, danced and laughed and it was all thanks to the amazing work of Dr Geehee and Dr Snug when they visited her bedside”.
“The Giggle Doctors came to see my daughter when she was inconsolable. After a few minutes of ringing their gentle bells and lovely lights she stopped crying and was mesmerised. They listened to my worries and sympathised. They are Ladies with hearts of gold. Thank you so so much”.
“I just wanted to say Dr Geehee and Dr Whoopee really brightened my little boys’ day at The Royal Alex Hospital, Brighton. They were so funny and the magic was great! On his way home from hospital he said ‘this was a fun day!’. Thank you so much!”
If you would like to talk more about how you could support us or find out more about what we do, please get in touch with Ellen on 020 7713 0044 or via email [email protected]
We are more than happy to send along a speaker to an event you run but we would only be able to do this in return for a donation to cover our costs.
Our Giggle Doctor made a lovely connection with one of our children, to see her interacting in the session was amazing to watch.
A young child had suffered a brain tumour but when the Giggle Doctors came and played music, his mum expressed it was the first time she had seen him clap in six months. This brought a tear to many people's eyes that day!