Assistive technology enables life-limited and disabled children in hospice care to communicate, connect with their families, and play with their brothers and sister.
Join us by taking on the Lifelites No Tech Day Challenge of going screen-free on Sunday, 28 March 2021, and help raise funds so life-limited and disabled children using hospice services can have access to life-changing technology. Our day of disconnecting from tech can give these children a chance to connect with their loved ones through assistive technology.
How does it work?
On Sunday 28 March 2021, we ask you to join us in switching off our screens; to turn off our TVs, shut down our computers and tablets, put away our phones, and leave our gaming consoles on the shelf.
Ask your family, friends, and colleagues to either join you or sponsor you and donate to Lifelites. While you take on the challenge and maybe spend more time with your family by going on walks, playing games, or making music together, the money you raise will enable us to donate life-changing technology that gives life-limited and disabled children a chance to connect with their parents, brothers, and sisters.
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What did you do during your day of not using any screen devices? Did you finish a puzzle, read a book, go for a run, play games or do some gardening? Tell us about it the next day! If possible, send along a photo of you and the activities you did! We would love to see the flowers you planted, the book you read, the puzzle you finished, or the cake you baked.
Please send your comments, photos, and questions to Lifelites' Communications Officer Hannah at email@example.com.
The COVID-19 pandemic means that the vulnerable children we support need us more than ever. By becoming a Lifelites Benefactor and making a regular donation to Lifelites, you will be helping to give these children a chance to escape the confines of their conditions, break free from isolation, and strengthen relationships with parents, brothers and sisters, and friends.
Leaving a gift in your will could hlp us suport children in hospices in the future. Read on to se why others have chosen to leave a gift in tehir will to Lifelites.
Every donation helps us to do more. Take a look at how you can become a Lifelites champion in 2020.
On Tuesday, 1 December 2020, the global campaign “Giving Tuesday” is asking people across the world to do something positive for a good cause. Join our Lifelites community on that day and show that you support life-limited and disabled children using hospice services.
CEO Simone Enefer-Doy, together with her Lifelites colleagues, is asking you to join the 26 hour no tech fundraising challenge.
Would you be willing not to use your phone, computers, TV or tablet for 26 hours on 26 April? To ask your friends and family to join you? To each aim to raise £26 so that Lifelites can get vital tech to life-limited children?
Would you like to give kids with limited life unlimited possibilities?
We have plenty of opportunities for how you can get involved and help us raise funds so we can continue donating life-changing technology to children with disabilities and life-limited conditions. Have a look!
Would you like to fundraise for Lifelites but are stuck for ideas? Take a look through our A-Z of ideas and hopefully you’ll find some inspiration!
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