The Thomas Curtis Charitable Trust provides assistance to children and young people with special needs in the United Kingdom particularly in Buckinghamshire and Central Southern England.

The Trust was established in 1985 in memory of Thomas Curtis. Thomas had cerebral palsy and died from asthma at the age of seven.

Since the Trust was founded it has made grants -

to individuals

  • providing specialist equipment not funded from statutory sources
  • towards respite care and holidays

    also to organisations

  • providing facilities for children and young people with disabilities or special needs
  • making contributions towards specific projects.