Families United Network (FUN) is a membership charity, and you will need to be a registered member before accessing any of our clubs or services. Membership is free to all families who are caring for a child or young person with an additional need or disability aged from birth to 40 years.
The first step is to complete a Membership Application Form, and return these completed forms along with proof of disability (e.g. letter from GP, specialist, Disability Living Allowance Award or PIP etc.)
You can complete a digital version of our Membership Form and return it by email to: firstname.lastname@example.org along with your proof of disability, or you can print off a copy and post it to us at FUN HQ.
If you would like a hard copy of our Membership Form sent out to you by post, please call us on 01582 420800 or email email@example.com
If there are other children or young people living permanently at the same address as the disabled child, they can also access our Family Services. We do require evidence that each child lives at the same address, such as a child benefit letter, tax credit award letter or anything else showing the child’s name and address.
Once they are registered members of FUN, families can begin accessing our clubs and activities. By ‘family’ we mean mum, dad, siblings, grandparents, nominated carers and the disabled young person themselves. Unfortunately we are not able to cater for friends, neighbours, childminding children or other extended family.
All current FUN Members will receive a membership card, please remember to bring your Membership cards when accessing our activities and services. Please note – you will not be able to access our services until your membership has been processed and your membership card has been issued.
Please note – members must re-new their memberships with FUN. Staff at FUN HQ will contact current members when the memberships need renewing,
Further information on all of our services can be found under the ‘What we do‘ tab above.
FUN has a behaviour policy in place to ensure safe play for all of its members.