Understandably, many sponsored challenge events and fundraising opportunities for the year have been postponed or cancelled, but the need to support children and families coping with chronic conditions has not eased. If anything, research shows that the additional challenges for social distancing have heightened the need for mental health support.
We have adapted our services so that they are available online. This ensures that children and young people are still able to receive the support they normally rely on. Our dedicated art therapists have also contributed to the development of online resources, making therapeutic art techniques and anxiety reducing exercises readily available for our service users and wider public.
As we continue to deliver our services, albeit online, we are still reliant on public support so that we can continue helping children and families in need. If you'd like to learn more about how your support can help, click here.
We may currently be limited by social distancing, but there are endless ways to get creative with your fundraising. We've outlined just a few ideas in our Get Involved booklet and below you'll find more ideas along with tips you can follow to make your efforts go even further.
There are so many adaptable challenges that you can do at home and online to help Teapot Trust.
Check out some of the creative ways you can have fun while supporting the charity online.
Helpful tips to make your fundraising go even further.