Making new family memories on a Special Day



Help seriously ill young adults make precious memories in the toughest times

Help make the magic happen

Willow is only able to continue making precious memories for seriously ill 16-40 year olds thanks to the support of people like you. We receive no funding from government.

Whether you want to run, bake, swim or even play a round of golf with some sporting legends, we have loads of opportunities for you to get involved and a packed calendar of fun events all over the country.

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In loving memory of Megs Wilson

We are heartbroken to announce the death of Megs Wilson, one of our beloved Founders and Life Presidents.

Trekkers stood in front of a Transylvania sunset holding a large Willow flag

Challenge yourself

Set yourself a fundraising challenge for 2024 and help make more Special Days happen

Join us as a volunteer

Help us to provide more Special Days to young adults with serious illnesses by joining our fab team of volunteers.

Willow stories

Every Willow story is unique, but each is an opportunity to take time out from the reality of serious illness, and treasure the moment.

See our stories page for more.

Make precious memories

For more than 23 years Willow has created bespoke treats and experiences for seriously ill 16 to 40-year-olds and their loved ones.

From fun-packed days out for the family or quiet weekends away from it all, to a chance to meet heroes or fulfil a lifelong dream. Each experience is unique and creates precious memories that last a lifetime.

We are only able to accept referrals from medical professionals and are unable to consider direct applications. Please speak to your medical team about a referral.

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Together we can create a world where every seriously ill 16-40 year old can have the opportunity to spend quality time with friends and family and have a break from their illness.

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