Book a Break, Give a Break

For the second year running, we’ve teamed up with CHICKS -  a national children’s charity providing free week-long breaks to disadvantaged children from all across the UK. 

At Oliver’s Travels we host thousands of families each year in our villas and chateaux, so we wanted to make it possible for those less fortunate to have an equally amazing holiday as well as helping them create long-lasting childhood memories.

Olivers Journal

Our incredible day with the kids

Read all about how much fun that was in our blog!

These children come from a variety of backgrounds and circumstances. For instance, they may currently be living in poverty, or are victims of bullying or abuse, and many have been bereaved. However, above all, the one thing they have in common is that they could really benefit from a fun loving week away - a distraction from their everyday stresses, and that is where you can help, because:

For every booking we donate 2% of our profit to CHICKS.

Every £15,000 we raise will cover the cost of a week’s retreat for 16 children. Last year we raised a whopping £21,700 in just 2 months, so we can't wait to see how much more we'll raise, given that we are setting this up as a standard all year round. We also had the chance to experience their retreats first hand, and still to this day we share the wacky stories and funny anecdotes from the time we spent with the children and the CHICKS team. But even more importantly, we saw the positive impact the retreat had on these kids, just seeing all their smiling faces - that's something we'll be forever grateful to have been a part of.

So book your next villa holiday with us, and together we can raise money for this wonderful charity. 




CHICKS (Country Holidays for Inner City Kids) provides free, week long respite breaks for disadvantaged children in the UK. CHICKS allows children to make magical childhood memories, to relax and have fun, free from the troubles they may be facing back at home.


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CHICKS is a Registered Charity in England & Wales (1080953) and in Scotland (SCO40536)