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We offer a wide range of help and support to families. From help towards a wheelchair to supporting specialist treatments. Our friendly team are always on hand to help.



You can get involved and support the Boparan Charitable Trust in many ways. You can make a donation, organise a fundraiser or tackle one of our challenges.



You can get involved and support the Boparan Charitable Trust in many ways. You can make a donation.



We fully welcome all applications, however, please be aware that applicants must live within the UK and be aged 18 or under.

A fully completed application form must include, a letter of support: confirming condition/circumstances and if this is the correct item for the child on a letterhead. Independent quote: From the supplier. The letter of support cannot be from the same person supplying the service.



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An inspirational disabled eight-year-old from Leicester has been given a new lease of life thanks to the support of a National Children’s Charity. Niyah lives with a range of conditions including spina bifida and hydrocephalus, which have left her reliant on a wheelchair. At present she is able to push her chair around at home but is reliant on a family member or friend to push it when they go outdoors, due to severe fatigue from her condition. The Boparan Charitable Trust has helped to support Niyah with a specialised TriRide, which will convert her current manual chair into a three wheel electric trike. Offering her the chance to enjoy the great outdoors alongside her friends and family. Gareth Aston, Director for the Boparan Charitable Trust said “ We are delighted to have been able to support Niyah with the TriRide. Fantastic technology which has opened a range of new opportunities for her to enjoy an independent and more equal way of life with her family and friends.

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A businessman from Hereford will be celebrating his 65th Birthday in style by tackling the world’s biggest single structure abseil tower, with an eye watering drop of over 400ft. Steve Yarwood, Managing Director of Securcom will be taking on the epic challenge to raise funds for the National Children Charity the Boparan Charitable Trust. The Trust helps to support a brighter future for children with disabilities, life-limiting conditions and those in extreme poverty. The adrenaline fuelled challenge will take place on the 1st June down the side of the National Abseil Centre, Northamptonshire, which stands at over 400ft tall, the same as the iconic London Eye. Steve Yarwood, said about the challenge “im looking forward to the challenge and hopefully raise £25,000 for such a great charitable trust, everyone involved within the trust works so hard putting things into place to support these children.” Gareth Aston Director of the Boparan Charitable Trust said “It is not often that a fundraiser makes me speechless, but this challenge of Steve’s is truly epic! We are eternally grateful to him for choosing us for this phenomenal adventure and as the beneficiary of his landmark birthday.” Anyone wishing to support Steve can make a donation: <a href=””>The Boparan Charitable Trust: 400ft Extreme Abseil for the Boparan Charitable Trust (</a> <p class=”small>(Photo Credit: Steve Yarwood and the Securcom Team with Baljinder Boparan and the Boparan Trust Team)

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A serial fundraiser who has previously completed an epic abseil, 10,000 ft skydive and a wing walk, is planning to take her fundraising to the next level in 2024 by taking on the UK’s highest skydive at 15,000ft. Marie Marandola Head of Non-Retail Sales for 2SFG will be joining the Lancashire based Black Knights later this year for the highest skydive in the UK. To date Marie has raised thousands via her adrenaline fuelled challenges for the Boparan Charitable Trust in supporting brighter futures for children with disabilities, life limiting conditions and those in extreme poverty. Marie said “Over the years, I have been able to see first-hand the amazing work of the Trust in helping to change the lives of children and I cannot wait to help support them further. Many families lives have been transformed for the better thanks to the work of the Trust, I would urge people to get behind them”. Gareth Aston Director for the Boparan Trust said “Wow… yet again Marie has stepped out of her comfort zone to help support our work. We are eternally grateful to Marie for once again help to support the work of the Trust.” You can help support Marie via her fundraising page: <a href=””> </a>

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