British actor Rory Kinnear posing for a photo against a dark backdrop

Revitalise Radio 4 Appeal

We are delighted to have the opportunity to broadcast a charity appeal live on BBC Radio 4! We hope that you enjoyed listening and will spread the word to your friends and family to listen as well. You can find all the details below.

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On Sunday 11 December, 2022 Radio 4 broadcasted a special appeal in support of our vital work. The appeal is  presented by renowned actor Rory Kinnear and shines a light on both Revitalise and the importance of respite holidays for disabled people and carers.


Blue logo with white text reading A BBC Radio 4 Appeal along with the BBC Radio 4 logo

Actor Rory Kinnear smiling in the sound booth at the BBC recording studio, wearing a white Revitalise polo shirt.

Listen to our appeal on Radio 4

In case you missed it live, you can listen to our appeal on Radio 4’s website using the link below. Then be sure to donate and spread the word to others who you think may want to learn more about our vital work.


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Spread the Word

We would be grateful if you can pass on this message to anyone you know who may be interested in finding out more about Revitalise holidays. Share this page on Facebook by using the link below and encourage your connections to tune in. 

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Explore how you can help us create vital respite holidays for disabled people and carers. However you get involved, you’ll be helping make society more accessible.

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Join our army of volunteers supporting the UK’s only specialist respite break provider. Volunteer in one of our centres or help out in our shops — it’s all appreciated.

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Donate today

By making an online donation, you will be helping disabled people and their carers access the respite they need and the break they deserve.

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