“We are truly grateful for all the inspirational support and enthusiasm we receive from our GeeWizz friends and fundraisers” Aileen Belsberg, CEO

We change local lives

The GeeWizz Charitable Foundation is a very special, small charity where transparency in all giving is paramount. Our mission is to support children and young adults, across Suffolk, with high dependency disabilities, life-limiting illness, or cancer, as well as supporting Sarcoma Cancer research and many capital projects.

  • Our aim

    Our aim is simple - to provide much needed specialist equipment for every child and young adult we support to enhance and improve the quality of life for them, their families, and friends.

    • To help fund the provision of equipment, including wheelchairs and other healthcare equipment, for children with physical disabilities in Suffolk.
    • To support potential developments in care for children affected by cancer and their families in outpatient, inpatient and home settings.
    • To support education (professional and lay) and research into cancer treatment and care.
  • #transparentgiving

    We truly believe in #transparentgiving and control our costs to ensure that funds raised or donated are carefully spent and focused on helping to change local lives. Transparent giving is at the heart of The GeeWizz Charitable Foundation.

Helping Families

By supporting children and young adults, living at home in Suffolk, we also support their families. GeeWizz provides much needed equipment from specialist car seats and wheelchairs to the installation of ramps and accessible shower facilities. We are committed to enhancing quality of life, daily care, mobility and well-being.

With the help of our incredible fundraisers, supporters and donors, local families across Suffolk may benefit; receiving much needed equipment to enhance daily care, mobility and well-being.

Meet our GeeWizz Families

Supporting our community

On a larger scale, GeeWizz funds and helps to deliver capital projects, through schools, colleges, sports clubs and organisations working with children who are learning disabled or neurodivergent, have life limiting illnesses or cancer. We are proud to support a wide range of life enhancing projects including:

Take a look at our Community Projects