Freddie Farmer Foundation

Freddie Farmer Foundation

Charity information

Freddie Farmer Foundation

Freddie Farmer Foundation was formed in 2011 to raise funds to set up a specialised physiotherapy centre in South East London for children aged 3- 16 years with cerebral palsy, mobility problems, developmental delay/co-ordination disorders and other non-progressive neurological disorders.
Our physiotherapy Centre opened in May 2015 and provides intensive programmes using specialist equipment and therapeutic exercises.

Founded 2011

  • Mission statement

    The Freddie Farmer Physiotherapy Centre provides intensive physiotherapy programmes for disabled children aged 3 -16 years and is one of a handful of independent UK therapy centres offering specialist equipment and therapeutic exercises, supporting disabled children from all over London and the South East.
    It is a not-for-profit charity, and all the money it raises go 100% back to fund the centre; there are no paid executives or fundraisers, everyone involved is a volunteer.
    Our running costs are approximately £150k per annum, and are funded as follows:
    • £50k from contributions from families that use the centre at £30 per hour. (We have kept this charge to a minimum ensuring it is affordable to all).
    • The remaining £100k comes from fundraising.
    Our goal is to help as many children as possible reach their full potential

  • Aims

    Freddie Farmer Foundation aims to:

    • To provide unique and intensive physiotherapy to disabled children, helping them to reach their full potential.
  • Overview

    Established: February 2011

    Registered Charity Number: 1140588

    Board members: 4

    Full time staff: 3

    Volunteers: 6

    Phone number: 020 8313 3707

    Address: Unit 2 Invicta Works BR2 9NT

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