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Donate to the Sense Spring appeal

Will you give to help another child like Charlie get the early years support that is so vital to their ongoing development?

A £1 donation would be worth £1.25.

I am a UK taxpayer and understand that if I pay less Income Tax and/or Capital Gains Tax than the amount of Gift Aid claimed on all my donations in that tax year it is my responsibility to pay any difference. Sense will reclaim 25p of tax on every £1 that I have given.

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Charlie sitting in his chair with Sense spelt out in PlayDough

Charlie has a very rare genetic condition called PCDH12, which affects his development – he’s registered blind and is multi-sensory impaired.

Thanks to support from people like you, he could come along to our specialist preschool group from when he was just two-weeks-old.

Please will you donate today?

You could make such a huge difference to another child like Charlie.
 

Your gifts are crucial to the development of a child who is deafblind. Below are some of the different ways you can help provide vital early support.

The earlier Sense can start providing specialist support, the sooner we can start helping a child like Charlie to interact with family and learn to communicate.

He has a very rare genetic condition called PCDH12, which affects his development. He’s registered blind and is multi-sensory impaired.

But thanks to our supporters, Charlie was able to come along to our specialist preschool group from when he was just two-weeks-old. Charlie was provided with a range of opportunities to explore and learn in a multi-sensory environment, whilst his parents were provided with the tools and encouragement to recognise and celebrate each of his achievements.

Charlie smiling and watching bubbles in a light

What your gift could fund

  • £20 can provide sensory cause and effect toys for a child like Charlie.
  • £96 could pay for one-to-one support during a visit to a Sense Family Centre, where children can explore a specialist sensory room.
  • £176 could fund a group session for pre-school children who are deafblind, so they can begin interacting with other children and exploring new sensory experiences.

Thank you so much – whatever you give and however you choose to donate.