Phone and text: 07537 863927

Lollipop needs your support

We have two main grants from the Big Lottery Fund and Children in Need to cover staffing, activity and running costs. However, we still have to raise 40% of our budget every year. Some of this we achieve through smaller grants, donations and our own fundraising events. Every pound you give to Lollipop will ensure that we can continue to meet the needs of the children and young people who attend Lollipop and achieve our outcomes.

Get Involved

We’re working hard to make a difference to deaf children and young people in York and North Yorkshire. But without wonderful supporters like you, this simply wouldn’t be possible. There are many ways you can help Lollipop. It’s thanks to you we can continue to deliver such an incredible service.

Virgin Giving is an online social platform where you can make stand alone or monthly donations using the button above. No matter how big or small, every penny counts.

Events & Challenges

There are countless things you can do to get sponsored. Push yourself to the limit by running a Marathon or jumping out of a plane! Too ambitious? You could do a sponsored silence instead. It really doesn’t matter what you decide to do, every penny you raise helps support Lollipop. Don’t forget to send us a photo of what you get up to so we can add to our blog and Facebook page.

Do your own fundraising

You can do just about anything you want to raise funds for Lollipop, let your imagination run wild. We’ll help you get involved and provide all the promotional material you need. Just email or call 01904 652286.

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Membership is FREE to any child or young person aged 0-25, in York and North Yorkshire, with any degree of deafness. Children of deaf adults (CODA) are also welcome to join the Lollipop family.

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Support Lollipop by signing up to one of our fundraising events, or set up your own fundraiser to help raise vital funds that can make a difference to our families.

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Volunteering for Lollipop is both rewarding and fun. Find out how you can make good use of your personal skills to support the charity’s aims of developing children and young people’s confidence, self-esteem and emotional wellbeing.

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