Project information

The Tear Drop Challenge

We believe every child has the right to be healthy and happy and we want to touch as many children as we can to Wipe Their Tears.

12 Months

Charity information

Wipe Your Tears

Wipe Your Tears logo
  • Need


    There are thousands of seriously ill and terminally ill children in the UK. There are also thousands of children living with domestic violence who especially at Christmas get forgotten, are away from family or just need a friendly face.


    We want to give these inspiring and brave children a last wish, a toy at Christmas, a shoulder to cry on or most importantly a chance to forget whats happening in their lives, forget that they are ill, and just be children and have a smile for a moment.

  • Aims

    Aim 1

    To support UK children who suffer from a terminal illness or who are victims of domestic violence


    » Through fundraising we can give these children an end of life wish or day out or something as small as a Christmas present when they wouldn't get one

    Success will be... Supporting over 450 children this christmas

  • Impact


    To touch each family or child personally and give them a memory they can keep forever.




    We can provide updates and where the money has been spend, on what children, how many and what each child recieved by using donation recieved

  • Budget

    Budget - Project Cost: £24,000

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      Amount Heading Description
      £9,000 Wishes Giving end of life wishes to 50 children Wishes can cost from £100 to £1000 each
      £9,000 Grants Helping Familes with Equiptment 70-90 children
      £6,000 Christmas Giving almost 400 Underpriviledged Children Christmas
  • Background


    Our support to serious and terminally ill children is whole of UK


    Children who need our support from all over the UK

  • Why Us?

    Why Us?

    We have sucessfully helped hundreds of chilren and given them moments that do as our name suggests Wipe Your Tears.

    Read more about the Charity running this project.


    Damian McCoy



Gives a forgotten child christmas

When we see a child smile or give the parents a chance to make that special memory we know we have done our job

Wendy Hutchins