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As members will be aware we also run http://www.cheapdisabilityaids.co.uk
We mentioned the idea on the facebook page recently about giving away 3 sensory hampers to a charity chosen by members.
In order to do this we will need to set up a vote on this site so people can vote for a winner.

Firstly though its upto users to select those charities who will go through to the vote.

Nominations will be open for 1 week and then it will go to vote and the vote will be open for 2 weeks.

Also as an added bonus for every member who makes a nomination on this page and tells a freind about this page and there friend posts a nomination too they will also be entered into a draw and we will select one parent from this site who will also win 1 free extra special sensory hamper worth £28.99 simply for nominating a charity of there choice.

To qualify ask your freind to say you suggested they post.



Get your nominations in on this forum thread only as we cannot monitor voting from the facebook page.

Good luck
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hello would like galaxy of stars to win as without them i would have not had a clue what i was doing with my son, annie has been amazing and has kept me going when i was feeling alone xx
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Hi, I would love to give my vote to Cerebra, they are local to us and have been there when needed. X
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I would like to nominate a lovely charity called S.P.E.A.K. S.P.E.A.K was founded by 4 parents in 2007 and it's gone from strength to strength. They organise play events, short breaks, and coffee mornings for the parents of disabled children along with monthly meetings where there is usually a professional guest speaker. S.P.E.A.K only got charity status in June 2011 and I'm sure they'd very much appreciate the Sensory Hamper especially for the play sessions they organise on a regular basis which helps the children socialise with others like them.
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I would like to nominate Chestnut Tree House a children's hospice which is a very special place to our family xx


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