Dreamflight 3500 Club

 

In order to make our annual trip possible, Dreamflight must raise in excess of £750,000 each year, and is dependent on the support of fundraisers and corporate supporters across the UK.

 

You can make a significant difference to a child’s life by joining the Dreamflight 3500 Club. The 3500 Club is open to both companies (large and small) and individuals who pledge to raise £3,500 within a one-year period - the cost of sending one child on their trip of a lifetime.

 

Once you have joined the Dreamflight 3500 Club you will receive a membership certificate, a fundraising pack, and invitations to join our events, including our regional balls and our annual Golf Day, where you are very welcome to bring along your clients and friends. Dreamflight would also like to offer the opportunity to meet the children before they go on the trip, or when they return. This is where you will see what a difference your £3,500 has made.

 

Frequently asked questions:

 

How can I join the Dreamflight 3500 Club?

Pledge to raise £3,500 over the period of a year with the help of employees, clients, friends and family.

 

Why 3500?

£3,500 is the cost to send one child with a serious illness or disability on the holiday of a lifetime to the theme parks in Orlando for 10 magical days.

 

What does £3,500 pay for?

£3,500 funds the 10-day trip of a lifetime for one child. The cost includes:

  • A pre-trip get-together so the child can get to know their group and feel comfortable
  • Return travel to London
  • A fantastic welcome party in London, including food and accommodation
  • The return flight to Orlando
  • Accommodation in Orlando for 10 nights
  • Entry into the theme parks for the duration of the trip, including Magic Kingdom, Universal, Blizzard Beach, Islands of Adventure, Seaworld and Disney’s Hollywood Studios
  • The opportunity to swim with a dolphin, often the highlight of the trip
  • All meals and snacks, including ice-cream and drinks in the parks
  • Any medical equipment or care needed on the trip
  • Toys and gifts to bring home
  • Photos and a special DVD of the trip for each child
  • A ‘reunion’ to see the film of their group’s trip on the big screen in a cinema with their families

 

What do I do now?

Complete the membership form and return it to Dreamflight.

 

What happens next?

Once you have joined the Dreamflight 3500 Club, we will send you:

  • A fundraising pack, filled with fundraising tips and ideas
  • Details of fundraising contacts in your area
  • A list of future events

 

We’d also love to promote your involvement with Dreamflight through our website, newsletter and social media channels, and send you our quarterly newsletter to keep you updated with our news and how your involvement is helping to change children’s lives.

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