Saving and enhancing the
lives of children in the
Harrogate District.

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Latest News

Posted June 12, 2018

The Rotary Club of Harrogate raises an amazing £2,500

President Maurice Bull of the Rotary Club of Harrogate was delighted to present a cheque for £2500 to Alex Vere and Caroline Carter from The Rainbow Fund, Harrogate’s Children’s Charity. The Rainbow Fund was one of the two specific charities … Read more

Posted June 6, 2018

Bronze Medals for the pupils at Belmont Grosvenor

Youngsters at Harrogate prep school Belmont Grosvenor have been awarded BRONZE medals as part of their fund-raising efforts for The Rainbow Fund.

Children, staff and parents at the co-educational prep school, based at Birstwith, Harrogate, have been raising money throughout … Read more

Upcoming Events

03rd
Mar

Harrogate Film Festival Supporting The Rainbow Fund

The wonderful organisers at Harrogate Film Festival are supporting The Rainbow Fund with this screening at Ashville College.
It promises to be a lovely event – watch the film, Arts and Crafts and …meet Sully!

Please support the festival and … Read more

28th
Feb

Hygge with The Rainbow Fund at Baltzersen’s

Two sittings:

4-5pm & 5-6pm

£10 for 2 people includes waffle and 2 drinks!

COME AND HYGGE WITH US!

Contact Caroline@therainbowfund.co.uk / 07774 150516 for tickets, only a few left!… Read more

Our Mission

To enhance the lives of poorly, disabled and disadvantaged children in the Harrogate area by filling gaps in vital equipment, working towards ensuring Harrogate children’s lives are not at risk because of a lack of equipment.  Saving and enhancing lives in the Harrogate District with vital equipment.

Supporting:

  1. The paediatric departments at Harrogate Hospital, SCBU, the Children’s Outpatients department and Woodlands Ward;
  2. Springwater School, Starbeck (Springwater caters for students ranging from 2 years through to students who are 19. All pupils have a wide range of learning difficulties and associated Special Educational Needs);
  3. Forest School, Knaresborough (teaching children pupils with a Statement of Special Educational Needs from Early Years to Year 11, moderate to severe learning difficulties, complex medical difficulties, downs syndrome, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, physical difficulties, hearing impairment and autism; and
  4. Children in our community.
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