Children really are our future so we need to engage with them and support them as best we can. 

AHFO's half term children’s groups are a safe place, where children from all over the city to come together, learn the importance of community, unity and being kind to one another. 

During the week(s), a team of skilled volunteers introduce the children to all types of activities and hobbies. It is hoped some of the activities will spark their interest and they will continue to participate long after the groups have finished. 

We want every child, from every background, to reach their full potential and have fun along the way. It's about inspiring confidence in these children and uncovering hidden talents. These half term groups, along with our health and well being groups, will do exactly this and more!




We would love to hear from people who have expertise in the following areas and would be willing to support our children's groups:
- Outdoor Activities
- Dancing
- Boxing
- Football
- Yoga
- Mindfulness
- Creativity Groups
- Musicians
- Drama/Acting
- Chefs or cooking classes
- Language

Any other groups who think they may have things to offer, please get in touch by registering your interest below. One of our representatives will be in touch with you shortly!



Our half term groups are for children between the ages of 6 and 15.  We welcome children from all areas of Liverpool and from all backgrounds. If you are interested in being considered for one of our activities, please fill in our application form and one of our representatives will be in touch with you shortly. All applications are considered, however we do prioritise children who qualify for free school meals.

We estimate our children's groups will bring an incredible social value of £221,000 to our city. Thanks so much for your support. It means the world to your city.

Find out more about our social value here >>

Application for half term & summer activities

Are you entitled to benefits related free school meals?

During our half term and summer activities AHFO take photos of children engaging in activities for social media and for the purposes of reporting to funder.

In the event of illness or accident requiring emergency hospital treatment of my child, I authorise a staff member of AHFO to sign any written consent required by hospital doctors. If the delay obtaining my signature is considerable inadvisable by the medical professional concerned


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An Hour for Others is registered in England and Wales under charity number 1180688 City Centre Office - 615b Cotton Exchange, Bixteth Street, Liverpool L3 9LQ Community Hub - 657-659 West Derby Rd, Liverpool L13 8AG (Near to Tuebrook roundabout) Tel - 0151 245 8282
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