Your spare change can make a huge difference to children and adults with disabilities by helping provide the care, therapy and advice that they need to achieve their goals.
These donations are crucial to QEF, each year our supporters actively collect their loose change to support people with disabilities to develop their skills and expertise to help them achieve greater independence in their live. Just like Charlie, who now has the opportunity to benefit from the discovery, experience and learning that his new found mobility brings, thanks to his bespoke motorised Bugzi wheelchair provided by QEF. It costs £5,000 to build a bespoke smile-making Bugzi wheelchair, like the one Charlie received.
What can donations from a home money box help to provide?
- Specialist care and therapy
- Vital facilities and equipment
- Assessment and training
so that people with physical and learning disability or acquired brain injuries can be more independent and realise their full potential.
Become a money box holder
1 - Simply order your home money box today to start your collection. Contact Hazel Cornick on 01372 841131 or by email at email@example.com.
2 - Keep your box at home or on your desk at work where it is easy to access.
3 - When your box is full count the contents, send your donation by cheque, postal order or credit card to the value of your collection with your name and address (so that we can thank you) to the address below.
4 - Keep your box and keep collecting your spare change to continue supporting people with disabilities.
QEF also helps around 5,000 disabled children and young adults every year and this is only thanks to the compassion and generosity of our volunteers, friends and supporters like you who give their time, skills and money.
Queen Elizabeth’s Foundation for Disabled People