Our PURPOSE:

To provide a break for children and families living within the Greater Glasgow area who are disadvantaged or socially excluded.

Building Happy Memories…

 
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What We Do

We provide breaks for children and families living within the Greater Glasgow areas who are disadvantaged or socially excluded.

caravan holidays

Our caravan holidays provide families the opportunity to get a break from their everyday lives at Wemyss Bay Holiday Park.

HOST HOLIDAYS

Children can enjoy a holiday at the home of one of our volunteer host families, located across Scotland.

YOUTH GROUP BREAKS

Our youth group breaks enable children to get away for activity-filled break with their respective youth groups.

 
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Get Involved

We are grateful for any and all interest in the charity. Any type of involvement is highly appreciated.

 

Sign Up For a holiday

Click the button below if you’d like more information about our caravan holidays or would like to apply. You can contact us here.

Volunteer opportunities

We require host families who would be willing to give a child or children a break each year and are always looking for volunteers.

Make a Donation

The Holiday Scheme is entirely dependent upon grants and donations from funding organisations, charitable Trusts, businesses and individuals.

 
 

Our Impact

In any one year we help over 200 families, over 500 children and young people and over 350 adult parents/carers who all enjoy a break through the holiday scheme. Many children have disabilities, some with special care needs and others have challenges such as learning difficulties or autism. We support a range of families including kinship carers, families affected by domestic violence, young carers, support carers and single parents.

 

60+

years of activism

 

200+

families per year gain a break through the charity.

 
 

500+

children and young people per year are enabled by the charity to go on holiday

 

October 2018

“The holiday brightened me up and kids had a ball, it was great to see the kids enjoying themselves’.  We enjoyed eating out and going swimming.”

from one parent with 2 kids aged 6 and 7.