Challengers Father's Day raffle

by Challengers in Guildford, England, United Kingdom

Challengers Father's Day raffle

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+ est. £18.75 Gift Aid

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Enter our father's day raffle to support Challengers and get the chance to win 24 craft beers!

by Challengers in Guildford, England, United Kingdom

Thursday 10th June - Thursday 17th June

*Raffle finished now, please do not enter*

Enter our Father's Day raffle for only £5 a ticket to get the chance of winning a 'Super Dad Beer Box' worth £99.95!

Feel free to buy more than one ticket - £5 donation= 1 ticket, £10 donation= 2 tickets, £15 donation= 3 tickets...

There are two of these boxes up for grabs so there will be two winners! Inside of the box are 24 craft beers, snacks, a limited edition glass, a pair of Super Dad socks, and beer mats. 

The raffle will be drawn on Friday 18th June and the winners will be contacted via email. They can pick up their prize that day from our Guildford centre or the prize will be dropped off at your home if you are local to Guildford.

Your generous donation will help Challengers continue to provide a lifeline of support to so many children and families.

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ABOUT US 

Challengers is a local charity which is passionate about enabling fun and inclusive play opportunities for disabled children and young people. 

We offer exciting play and leisure schemes for children aged 2 - 18 across the South. Everyone can come along and have fun at Challengers, and our non-exclusion policy means that we will never turn a child away, no matter how complex their needs.  

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Why play? 

  • Play is an important part of everyday life, especially for children and young people
  • Play contributes to our physical and mental development, and benefits our health 
  • Through play, we learn social skills to improve our relationships with friends and develop new ones 
  • Play helps us grow our confidence and self-esteem

Play is proven to have all of these benefits, yet too many disabled children and young people are denied access to play.  

86% of disabled children do not have access to regular play or leisure activities (Contact Report 2015) and 97% of parents with a disabled child say that the public do not understand the challenges they face (Disabled Children’s Partnership 2017). 

At Challengers schemes, children and young people engage in fun activities and make friends in a safe and inclusive environment. Our services also offer families essential respite from their demanding care responsibilities, giving them the opportunity to do daily tasks such as food shopping, spend time friends or their other children, or have a much-needed break. 

Families have told us that Challengers is a lifeline which keeps them strong. 

"Finally we have a place to go where I know my child is understood, well looked after and safe. I get time to myself knowing that my child is OK.” - Parent

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OUR VISION 

A world where all children and young people can play together, freely. 

OUR MISSION 

To provide truly inclusive, fun and safe places where all disabled children and young people can spend time with their friends.  To offer a positive impact for families and the wider community.

OUR GOALS AND VALUES 

  • Providing truly inclusive, fun and safe places where all disabled children and young people aged up to 18 years can spend time with their friends. 
  • Providing a positive impact for families and the wider community alongside service delivery across South East England. 
  • To never exclude a child or young person and ensuring services are designed to meet the needs and desires of everyone that uses our services. 
  • Delivering high quality training, employment and volunteering opportunities that are developed to enhance the well-being of disabled children and young people. 
  • Educating all staff to help them understand disability and take those views into society to help shape and change perception. 
  • Leading by example and being a champion for inclusion by offering training, information and guidance so that others can do the same. 
  • Providing other services that enable the charity to deliver support to young people and contribute towards achieving the vision of a world where all disabled children and young people can play together freely.  

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Your generous donation will help Challengers continue to provide a lifeline of support to so many children and families.

All donations received from this raffle will support the charity as a whole and will not support specific schemes or services.

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