Why we need your support


The Hollow Lane Club is committed to making our services accessible to all families, no matter what their financial situation.

Hollow Lane Club trustees are committed to keeping fees as low as possible for all children and families. Hollow Lane Club fundraises to reduce fees for all families. Current fundraising levels allow us to offer fees at 40 – 50% of the actual costs for each place attended on our clubs.

Hollow Lane Club charges the same amount for all places on our clubs, no matter if a child requires additional support or care (eg they require 2:1 care or additional medical support).

Hollow Lane Club works with families and the local authority to support finding appropriate sources of funding for families in need of financial support for respite care.

How you can help

You can donate money and raise funds for us through the JustGiving website. If you want to take part in a sponsored event on behalf of the Charity then please contact us for a sponsorship form.

If you would like to make a donation to the Hollow Lane Club to support any element of our work then we would love to hear from you.

Thank you to our current funders

The clubs can only run with a large amount of subsidy. This comes from a range of grant providers, from small-scale family foundation charities to large nationally recognised organisations such as Children in Need and the Big Lottery Fund.

We are very grateful to the following for their funding and support in 2020:

  • BBC Children in Need
  • Big Lottery Fund
  • Boshier-Hinton Foundation
  • Clare Milne Trust
  • Devon County Council Small Grants Scheme
  • Garfield Weston
  • St James’ Place
  • The Ashfords Foundation
  • The Grant Foundation
  • The True Colours Trust
  • Three Monkies Trust
  • 29th May 1961 Charitable Trust
  • & various individuals and small groups who have made donations and undertaken fundraising events

These contributions allow us to run our Summer Club as wells as Saturday and After School and Siblings programme with a wide range of activities for the children and enough support for the children to be able to fully access all the opportunities that are presented to them.

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