H.Samuel is proud to support The Variety Club Children's Charity.
For 60 years The Variety Club Children's Charity has been helping sick, disabled and disadvantaged children and young people.
The Variety Club has an illustrious history stretching back to the golden age of British entertainment. The charity has raised over £200 million in the last 6 decades and improved the lives of more than a million children and young people.
The original showbiz charity provides Sunshine Coaches and Easy Riders electric wheelchairs, sends children on once in a lifetime outings, equips children's hospitals, supports youth clubs throughout the UK and helps in many other ways. This is made possible because volunteers from all walks of life give generously of their time and money, supported by a galaxy of celebrities from show business and sport.
The Variety Club concentrates on giving help where help is needed, and being the small change which makes a huge difference to the lives of children and young people across the country. If you would like to get involved with The Variety Club then email email@example.com or visit the website at www.varietyclub.org.uk.
- The Variety Club provides practical solutions to allow sick, disabled and disadvantaged children and young people across the UK to reach their full potential.
- 2009 sees The Variety Club celebrate its 60th year of bringing hope, independence and freedom to children and young people.
- Over the past 60 years The Variety Club has raised over £200 million and helped more than a million children and young people.
- The Variety Club has donated more than 3,300 electric wheelchair and mobility aids since 1981, put 4,890 Sunshine Coaches on the road and given around £20 million to children's hospitals.