Allsorts was set up in 2009 by parents with disabled children, with an aim to
have fun, while supporting each other.
We know that having a child with a disability has many rewards.
We also know that it can put a strain on your family. Allsorts aims high for disabled children and their families and our vision is for disabled children to have the same opportunities as everyone else.
Our activities are only possible thanks to the continued support of our local community. Find out more about how you can get involved.
Did you know?
800 people took part in an Allsorts activity in the past year
250 people attended our family trips
1,000 toys are now in the Allsorts Toy Library
80 children and young people signed up to our youth clubs
10 different sports make up our AllSports activities, going from recreational fun, to competition level!
Who can use Allsorts’ services?
We welcome families who have a child or young person with any disability or additional need, with or without a diagnosis. We are based in the Stroud District, but welcome families from all of Gloucestershire.
How can I access Allsorts’ services for the first time?
Give us a call on 01453 750474, or drop us an email to let us know a bit about you. We can then advise as to which is the best introductory session for you to come and meet us.
Do I need to be a member to access Allsorts’ services?
Most of our services are for members only, so becoming a member is the best way to make the most out of Allsorts.
Our membership rate is heavily subsidised to make it affordable for families.
Where do you get your funding from?
We are a registered charity and rely upon on the local community to support us financially.
We believe that disabled children are an asset to our community and that we all have a responsibility to offer equal opportunities for disabled children. Find out more about how you can get involved.