LokoHelp to enable kids to walk


 This campaign is now closed, and no longer accepting donations.

Total raised

from a target of £55,000.00

Total raised (+ Gift Aid)


Offline total


The charity that captured the hearts and minds of scores of Londoners with the campaign to set up a specialised physiotherapy centre for disabled children is fundraising to raise £55,000 to purchase a LokoHelp electromechanical gait trainer.

The Freddie Farmer Foundation charity on Elliott Road, Bromley near London has agreed to purchase the LokoHelp on a 12-month repayment plan with Cranlea Human Performance Ltd.

The LokoHelp compliments the vast array of specialist equipment and facilities provided at the new Bromley centre, most of which is not currently available on the NHS.

The LokoHelp is an electromechanical gait trainer that works with children in an upright position to enable the children to walk in the correct walking pattern, it builds up the leg muscles required for walking and encourages a more effective application of therapy in all phases of gait training.

“Over 90% of our children are already benefiting tremendously from this machine ,” says Colin Clifford, Senior Physiotherapist at Freddie Farmer Foundation.

Please give what you can to support our campaign.


Our LokoHelp campaign is now fully funded. Special thanks for offline donations from

  • Bromley Football club
  • Will Smith 
  • Michael Ash
  • Acxiom
  • AKO Foundation
  • Beckenham Rotary Club
  • A & E Elkins 
  • Axis Europe

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Zoe Morgan

Total raised:
£3594.55 (excl Gift Aid)

Project Leaders

Total raised:
£4962.00 (excl Gift Aid)


Total donations: £6,045.00



£20.00 (+ £5.00 giftaid)







Read the article in the local paper and wanted to support your appeal - Good luck.

Greenwich Book Co Ltd



Great work. Keep it up



£5.00 (+ £1.25 giftaid)

Great cause, good luck I hope you reach your target :)