We've got a building, but it's not yet a home!
A world of fun & fitness for all disabled children
We support children and young people (0-25yrs) with sensory, physical, learning difficulties, SEN and any mild to profound disability to access fun and fitness.
Help us make our building a home!
Why We Help
There are 66,000 young people with disabilities within an hour of Bristol and over 1.1 million in the UK.
77% of children with disabilities cannot access regular leisure facilities so can’t play, exercise or socialise in the same ways as their peers.
This not only affects them, but leaves whole families in isolation, with 72% of parents suffering mental health issues as a result.
Gympanzees offers a solution, providing accessible fun and fitness for all disabled children.
Gympanzees are on a mission – a mission to open up a world of fun and fitness for all disabled children.
Help Us Kickstart Our Campaign Today!
Donate today and Become A Friend!
We want to make sure children and young people with disabilities are given equal opportunities to play and exercise to aid their physical and mental development, ensuring that they can meet their potential
Gympanzees’ mission from the start has been to find a permanent home – a play, exercise and social facility that will have everything under one roof for our families. We are delighted to announce Project Home, a campaign that will help that dream become a reality.
Watch our appeal video here. We spoke to some of the families that use us about what a permanent Gympanzees would mean to them.
How We Help
Access Gympanzees at Home
From exercise videos, activities, ideas, online therapy webinars with a qualified therapist, and borrowing specialist play and exercise equipment – we’re here to help you. Our focus is all with a therapeutic twist so that your child receives health and wellbeing benefits – all whilst having a great time.
Your donation will will help protect the physical and mental health of thousands of children and young people with disabilities by meeting their needs and supporting them and their families with professional guidance and access to specialist equipment.