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Children's Activity Week: 13th - 19th May 2024

Thousands of children and activity leaders are set to take part in sponsored challenges to raise awareness and to fundraise for the charity, Caudwell Children.

From 13th – 19th May, children’s clubs and classes across the UK will be celebrating Children’s Activities Week, which will see thousands of children take part in various activities, including sponsored events, to raise vital donations for Caudwell Children. 100% of all donations will go directly to help disabled and autistic children nationwide!

Thanks to our Sponsors & Supporters

Children’s Activities Week 2024 is organised by What’s On 4 Kids and we are delighted to welcome our sponsors and supporters Morton Michel, LoveAdmin, Trustist, Good Play Guide, Mini Professors, Reading Fairy and Pebble, Children’s Activities Association (CAA), Institute of Children’s Activity Providers (ICAP), The British Franchise Association, Making Digital Real, flexibleworking, works and of course Toddle About.

How to Get Involved

Register as an Activity Provider Each day of the week will showcase different activity sectors, complete with fancy dress and exciting sponsored challenges.

This year, there are some fantastic prizes up for grabs for activity providers and individual fundraisers, including an invite to a fabulous reception with Sam Bailey for the top supporters


Even if you aren’t providing or taking part in an activity, you can donate to the official Children’s Activities Week 2024 Just Giving Page.

Founded in 2000, Caudwell Children has helped over 78,500 disabled and autistic children, providing them with individual practical and emotional support – because every child is unique.

Meet the Official CAW Ambassador, Sam Bailey

Sam Bailey, former X-Factor winner and Mum of the Year winner in 2016, is the official ambassador for Children’s Activities Week 2024.

In 2020, Sam’s son, now 14, was diagnosed with autism and dyspraxia. Since receiving this diagnosis, Sam has been dedicated to raising awareness of her son’s condition and is a public advocate about the importance of family and life with autism.

To find out more, such as how to register or donate, please visit

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