Dandelion Time only exists and can continue running thanks to the generous support of companies, community groups and people like you.
Why we need your help
If you share our belief that all children should have the opportunity to grow up in a safe and nurturing environment and feel loved and free of fear, then fundraise with us to support the next generation to realise their full potential.
How you can support us
With your help, we can provide a safe and nurturing space to allow children and their families to begin to love and trust again.
Join us for a magical evening with our patron Sir Michael Morpurgo. The acclaimed author is travelling to Kent to star in our Candlelit Carols service.
There are lots of different ways that your organisation can get involved in and make a difference.
Our volunteers give their time and energy across all areas of the charity. No matter what role you undertake, you will be helping us to continue the vital work we do.
Take on a challenge
Fundraising for Dandelion Time is a great way to have fun and raise vital funds.
Leave a legacy
Help us transform the lives of generations to come – leave a gift to Dandelion Time as your legacy.
Give as you shop
From choosing us as your local charity in your Supermarket Token Scheme to using Amazon Smile and donating at no extra cost to you – there are lots of ways you can help!
Order from our wishlist which is full of items we need to make a difference to the lives of families!
Our pop-up shop in Week Street has now closed. Thank you for your support!
Work for us
Whether you are part of our Therapeutic, or a member of HQ, a day at Dandelion Time is never the same! Whatever your role, you will be helping transform the lives of vulnerable children.
Explore our online shop
Browse our range of charity Christmas cards, gifts and more. Profits from all sales help Kent’s most vulnerable children.
Seedling Challenge for Businesses
Join businesses across our community pitching against each other to grow a ‘Seedling’ £50 cash into the largest amount possible.
Schools Seedling Challenge
Does your school have what it takes to grow £10 into support for local children?