Last year we donated mobility and rehabilitation equipment to Child Aid, a charity that works to support disabled children and young people in Eastern Europe. One of the ways Child Aid supports its projects is to send quality second-hand mobility and rehabilitation equipment to its rehabilitation...

Whether you're keen to try a 10K run or go for a 100-mile cycle, we have the event for you, and the money you raise will help us to continue our work supporting disabled children. Freddie Farmer Foundation has places in the Virgin Sport London 10K...

The Ordinary to Extraordinary charity has announced a major £18,000 donation to Freddie Farmer Foundation. Freddie Farmer Foundation, in Elliott Road, Bromley, which caters for disabled children with cerebral palsy and mobility problems, was given the donation by Ordinary to Extraordinary at the O2e Launch night, on 23 January...

Luke McCarthy from Essex cut his hair and has raised over £750 for the Freddie Farmer Foundation charity. Luke, whose dad Mick is a good friend of the charity, said: “After 3 and a half years of growing my hair, the time had finally come for...

The annual "Switch On” of the Downe Village Christmas lights has raised £1,036 for the Freddie Farmer Foundation in Bromley, a charity which provides high quality subsidised therapy support to children and young people with cerebral palsy and their families throughout the South East of...

The Freddie Farmer Foundation is in the early stages of constructing a bedsit at our site in Elliott Road, Bromley. The new bedsit will allow clients with a disabled child, who travel from all over the UK, to stay onsite in a purpose-built facility, completely catered...

The Freddie Farmer Foundation charity was awarded £27,000 by a charity that raises money for disabled and disadvantaged children. The Freddie Farmer Foundation, in Elliott Road, Bromley, which caters for disabled children with cerebral palsy and mobility problems, was given the donation by Ordinary to Extraordinary...

Staff and visitors to the Freddie Farmer Foundation celebrated World Cerebral Palsy Day at the Freddie Farmer Foundation Physiotherapy Centre on 6th October 2017 to celebrate the lives and achievements of those with cerebral palsy and to raise awareness around the issues that affect people with...