What do we do?

We arrange a variety of events for children.  So far we have held Christmas parties,

discos, wheelchair basketball, gaming sessions, soft play sessions and indoor skiing.

In 2017 we held the first ever Friend Finder Prom for chronically ill and disabled

young people at the Guildhall in Portsmouth. The event was such a huge success

that in 2018 we held three proms. In May 2019 we held our 3rd Prom at the Portsmouth Guildhall.​

We receive so many requests every day from/on behalf of young people all over the UK

and we are trying to reach as many of them as we can.  Unfortunately we are limited

by our ability to fund events.

Like a lot of charities we rely on donations from the public  We are a registered charity,

we do not employ staff and all of our volunteers work very hard to ensure that every

penny you donate is maximised!

Formerly known as Friend Finder Official

​Registered Charity No. 1175539

​​Everyone Needs a Friend!


Watch The Video Here:

​​Merry Christmas with You by A World with  Friends

Thank you all so much for your support with our Christmas song. We didn’t get no 1 this year but we did get biggest new entry to iTunes at 36 and no 8 in the iTunes Christmas song chart. 

You can still download the song by clicking link to the left. 

From Everyone at A World With Friends - We wish you a very Merry Christmas!

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A World With Friends makes life better in so many ways; they encourage,
support, challenge and motivate us.


Chronically ill and disabled children miss time at school; this not only affects

their education, but also means they miss out on establishing friendships. 

Studies show that genuine friendships result in better health - something that

the children we help could definitely benefit from!   


Lewis Hine started Friend Finder now called A World With Friends as a 14 year old, who found himself

feeling lonely and isolated. Lewis discovered that there are over 1 million

children in the UK suffering from a long term illness or disability that require time

away from school.

Lewis decided that he would bring as many children as he could to  have fun

and make friends.