About Round Table Children’s Wish

The charity was founded in 1990 by members of Round Table and is one of two charities to carry the Round Table name.

RTCW grant wishes for children between the ages of 4 to 17 who are suffering with a life-threatening illness.

The children helped by the charity are often struggling with draining treatments and endless hospital visits. The charity gives them something to look forward to at the times they need it most, and gives them and their families’ special memories, to treasure when times do get tough.

We pride ourselves on our supportive and caring approach to the granting of Wishes. We do our very best to make sure that every Wish has been handcrafted’ in its own special way so that it’s a personal experience and meets the needs of each, individual child, young person and their wider family circumstances after all, no two families are the same so why should the Wishes be!

RTCW work with organisations and companies who want to get involved with our work, using the same handcrafted’ approach. Whilst there are many ways in which your organisation can support the charity, we will work with you every step of the way to handcraft the partnership by identifying what suits the needs of your organisation.

About the wishes we grant
The wishes really can be anything: from singing for Simon Cowell, visiting Legoland or simply something to make their lives a little more normal, like a laptop or iPad. As a small charity Round Table Children’s Wish can personalise wishes, working closely with the both the child and the family, to give them everything they could possibly dream of.

Why we need your support
The charity relies on the support of individuals, community groups and corporate partners to continue granting the wishes of these brave, inspirational children.

Mike Turner
Round Table Childrens Wish