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Many people have enjoyed amazing holidays with 3H Fund either as a family or on our group holidays since 1975.
“Especially in these times, I find myself thinking back to summer last year.
A big part of that was the 3H holiday! One of my favourite memories was the sunny day we took the
Catamaran boat out on lake Windermere.
We all had our sunglasses out, enjoying a cool breeze from the sailing. We spent time talking about what 3H means to the volunteers— why we choose year after year to return back and how important the holiday is to our guests.
This was never more clear than when one of our guests sprawled himself out on the netting,
with the water beneath and looked like he was in paradise!” Maya
3H Fund (Helping Hands for Holidays) is a registered charity that organises group holidays for teens and adults with disabilities with the help of volunteer carers, thereby allowing regular carers to have a period of respite.
The charity also runs:
A grants programme assisting families on a low income who have a family member with disabilities, to organise their own UK holiday.
A carers’ programme providing days out for carers.
And a TeensOut programme that supports organisations to provide their services and days out for teens with disabilities and young carers.
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