Children charities is proud to support the following charity organisations.


Wave 105 Cash for Kids We were so inspired by the overwhelming success of our charity auction in 2009; that we have registered our own charity, Wave 105 Cash for Kids, to continue our support of children in our region in to the future.
Piam Brown Charity is a partner of Piam Brown Ward The Piam Brown Ward is the Wessex Paediatric Oncology Centre - based at Southampton General Hospital, treating all types of childhood cancer in the age range of a day old to eighteen years of age.
Hampshire Autistic Society The objective of the Society is that they become a Centre of Excellence offering choice and opportunities; providing expert advice, education, support and care; enabling people with autism to achieve their full potential.

Acceptance of the individual and their autism, a culture of continuous learning and personal growth for all Personalised strategies developed with and for the person with autism 
Sophies Appeal To support the social, emotional and educational welfare of children, their families, nursing and support staff and provide a caring and supporting environment in both local hospitals and in the community.
Naomi House Naomi House provides care to children and young adults with life-limiting conditions. We are open 24/7 365days a year. Our services include respite stays, emergency support, hospice at home, bereavement and family support.
Rose Road Small The Rose Road Association has been working with children, young people and their families from across Hampshire and the surrounding counties since 1952. The children who attend Rose Road have multiple and complex health needs but we believe in valuing individuals, celebrating achievement and respecting choices of young people with disabilities.
Honeypot One Childhood, one chance….The Honeypot Children’s Charity The Honeypot Children’s Charity is dedicated to improving the quality of life for very vulnerable children and young carers aged 5 – 12 years from Dorset, Hampshire, Sussex, London and parts of Wiltshire. Through the provision of respite holidays at the beautiful Honeypot House in the New Forest, and a programme of long-term support in their home environments Honeypot gives children an opportunity to experience activities such as bike riding, swimming, playing outdoors, and going on trips, simple pleasures which many of us take for granted.
Sail4Cancer Founded in 2001, Sail 4 Cancer (part of the 4 Cancer Group) uses water based activities as vehicles for both fund-raising and convalescence. A specialist respite provider, the charity funds day trips, short-breaks and holidays for British families living with cancer and those recently bereaved through cancer. The majority of the charity's respite trips are linked to the water and its therapeutic powers.
Magic Wand Appeal The Magic Wand Appeal aims to raise funds to improve the children's unit at Royal Hampshire County Hospital, Winchester. Thousands of children are seen every year and the aim of the charitable appeal is to make the experience for children and their families the best it can be.
Dame Hannah Rogers Trust “At Hannahs our mission is to empower, advocate and enrich the lives of children and adults with disabilities. This work would simply not be possible without the generous help of our supporters. Thank you to all the team at U Donate a Car for choosing the vital work of Hannahs as one of their charities for the South-West region.” Bronwen Hewitt - CEO
Childrens Hospice South West “At Children’s Hospice South West, we help and support children with life-limiting conditions and their families. We provide respite care and support for more than 400 families, who are having to cope with the most difficult of situations. Our three hospices in Devon, Cornwall and Bristol, provide a loving and caring place for every member of the family from the point of their child’s diagnosis, often for many years throughout their journey, to bereavement and beyond.”
Logo for No Limits Charity No Limits No Limits is a charity which offers free and confidential information, advice, counselling, support and advocacy for children and young people under 26 who live in Southampton and Hampshire. We have three drop-in centres in Southampton and also provide drop-in centres in secondary schools and further education colleges. We support around 5,000 young people a year, and all our services are confidential and free to young people. 

Customer testimonials

  • "Sophie's Appeal is proud to be one of the first charities to be supported by "


    Mike & Lin

  • "I was very happy to support The Dave Wellman Cancer Trust, a wonderful concept helping those less fortunate.  Well done Udonateacar."


    Toni Randall

  • "I have just recycled my car but I will not hesitate to use Udonate in the future a wonderful idea!"


    John Sawyer

  • "Thank you Udonateacar. Raising funds and profile is the key and this scheme can help many good causes through these channels. "


    Tina DWCT

  • "Thanks for such a great and unique service. Happy to help!"


    Ian Christie