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⭐️ Exciting News for 2022 !! ⭐️

Over the last 18 months we have been had the pleasure of working with a fantastic charity called Ellie’s Haven based in Looe, Cornwall. Julie and Nigel Libby founded Ellie’s Haven back in 2007 to offer a non-medical holiday service to children with life limiting and prolonged illnesses and their families. It was named after their daughter Ellie who sadly passed away on the 5th January 2012.

They fulfilled their dream of creating, building and offering special holidays to special people. Back in 2020 they decided that their work was done and would like to take the opportunity to step back and look for a new charity to merge with who had a proven track record and ethos that could continue the amazing work of Ellie’s Haven.

Along with the trustees they approached several Charities and after many meetings, telephone calls, and visits we are absolutely delighted to share with you that they have chosen Kids in Action to merge with and as of the 31st December 2021 this was finalised. We are truly thankful, honoured forever grateful for the gift of this amazing house and make a promise to continue the legacy of Ellie, Ellie’s Haven and what it stands for.

Kids in Action is a charity for special needs children with a strong focus on positively transforming young people’s lives.

Kids in Action is a charity for special needs children with a strong focus on positively transforming young people’s lives.

Did you know that 2% of the UK population is born with a learning disability and that up to 18% of the population has some form of disability?

The terrible truth is that many people with disabilities are lonely, bullied, excluded and discriminated against – on top of the challenges they already face.

Imagine the toll that must take.

Kids in Action is a charity for special needs children with a strong focus on positively transforming young people’s lives.

Did you know that 2% of the UK population is born with a learning disability and that up to 18% of the population has some form of disability?

The terrible truth is that many people with disabilities are lonely, bullied, excluded and discriminated against – on top of the challenges they already face.

Imagine the toll that must take.

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