Find out what the young people who visit the farm experience in a day. Every day is about having fun, learning and creating special memories.
Brightening Children's Lives
Leeds Children’s Charity at Lineham Farm is dedicated to brightening children’s lives by providing unforgettable breaks and valuable learning experiences. We work with the most disadvantaged children in the city, offering them respite from difficult, and sometimes abusive, home lives. A break at Lineham Farm is filled with adventure, fun and learning in a safe and happy environment – it’s childhood as it should be.Our unforgettable breaks
Victim of abuse
Tom is the son of a single mother who turned to alcohol abuse when she lost her job. They live in poverty, in a cramped house; he sleeps on the floor and lives in constant fear of his mother’s next drunken rage. Leeds Children’s Charity at Lineham Farm gave Tom some much-needed respite in a safe, inclusive and fun environment.Read similar stories
Alex, 11, and Jem, 5, live on one of the most deprived streets in Leeds. Find out what time at Lineham Farm means to their family.
Katie and Leo were so excited to tell me about their day and I am grateful that they had the opportunity to go to Lineham Farm because they had been so worried about their Mum.
We have helped over 100k children
It’s no surprise that in over 100 years, we’ve supported over 100,000 children, and we have no plans to slow down. In an ideal world, a service such as ours would not be needed, but until that day, we’ll keep supporting the most disadvantaged and vulnerable children in Leeds. We know that our work benefits the individual children but also has a positive impact on the wider community too.Our impact
Are you a socially responsible Leeds-based business that wants to make a difference to local children and your community? There are several ways you can show your support; from making a donation to organising a fundraiser to naming us as your charity of the year.
Our work with disadvantaged children would not be possible without the kindness and generosity of local companies and individuals. Every contribution of money, time or skill is greatly appreciated and can make a huge impact on a child’s life.
Take on the Yorkshire three peaks, run the Abbey Dash or organise a local cake sale. Not only will you raise money for a fantastic cause, but you can set yourself a personal challenge, do some team-building or just have some fun at the same time.
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