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The Daisy Garland charity was set up in November 2004 to keep Daisy's memory alive and to help other little children like her.

We fund an increasing number of Ketogenic Dietitians who work in National Health Hospitals treating hundreds of children with intractable epilepsy.

We are the only charity funding full-time Ketogenic Dietitians working within NHS hospitals nationwide - each dietitian costs up to £47,000 per annum. If you think you could help us fund our next Daisy Garland Ketogenic Dietitian go to HOW YOU CAN HELP. Be in touch today.

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Prime Minister's Points of Light Announcement

May 30th, 2018

We are beyond delighted to announce that Sara and David Garland have been awarded the Prime Minister's Points of Light!

The Prime Minister's Points of Light award recognises outstanding individual volunteers - people who are making a change in their communities and around the world.

"This award has been won by The Daisy Garland and we are incredibly proud to receive it but we haven't done it alone. We want to thank our many supporters, benefactors, fundraisers, friends, exceptional dietitians and Trustees not to mention our hard working, dedicated staff of 3.4 in our small office in Devon. But above all we want to mention the brave children who suffer from drug-resistant epilepsy and their amazing families and friends; we are privileged to help them and this award is for all of us."
Sara and David Garland.

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