When David was diagnosed as being terminally ill, his family and friends did their best to ensure that he always had something to look forward to. There were obviously good days and bad days but the ‘Good Days’, when he was well enough to go out with family and friends, provided him and those close to him with something positive to focus on and with cherished memories.
DRF aims to help others with life limiting conditions to experience as many Good Days as possible. Organising and financing days out at an emotional and stressful time can be difficult, so the charity provides both financial and logistical support to help facilitate this.
Applicants are allocated a DRF volunteer ambassador, who works in coordination with the applicant and the DRF trustees to organise their series of outings. If you have any questions about DRF Good Days or would like to apply, please feel free to contact us or apply here.
Our team of Ambassadors are doing a fantastic job in arranging these days.
It is always nice to receive feedback and we have many satisfied applicants and their families. The director of nursing at the J’s Hospice wrote to say “David Randall Foundation has made a huge difference to the lives of many of our patients and I admire you so much for all you have achieved. David would be so proud of you and the foundation”.
HERE IS A SELECTION OF SOME ‘GOOD DAYS’ ORGANISED BY OUR AMBASSADORS FOR OUR APPLICANTS….