When your child outgrows their Tomcat, most people want to see it go to a good home where it can benefit others. The “Give and Take” scheme does just that.
Donating your Tiger or Tomcat to the scheme
Thanks to our custom building policy, we expect a Tiger to have 2-3, and a Tomcat, 4-5 years of growth for your child, but if it’s been well looked after there will be many years of usefulness left in it. Here’s what happens when you donate a Tomcat:
- We collect
- We service it free of charge
- We deliver it to an organisation where many more children will benefit from it*
Interested? Then just fill out the short ‘donation’ form below and upload four photos of your trike from North, South, East and West so we can check it’s in good nick, then we’ll set the wheels in motion.
*cost of delivery applicable
Adopting a Tomcat trike through the “Give and Take” scheme
If you are a charitable or public funded organization that provides learning, respite or support facilities to children with special needs then you are eligible to “Adopt a Tomcat”. We want our adopted Tomcats to help as many children as possible, so we cannot donate them to individuals or residential facilities. Here are the stages to adopting a Tomcat:
- You sign up to the waiting list by stating what type of trike and suport units you require for your orgnisation
- We wait for a suitable Tomcat to become available as you move to the top of the list
- We deliver it to your organisation*
All we ask is that you cover our delivery costs and agree to our terms and conditions.
If you would like to “Adopt a Tomcat”, then just fill out the short ‘adoption’ form below to go on the waiting list. It will ask for information about the age range and typical disability of the children in your care so that we can match you to a suitable Trike when one becomes available.
*delivery fee applicable