Enjoy 14 Nights at the Regal Oaks Resort in Florida
Enjoy a wonderful stay at the CLC Regal Oaks resort in Florida, USA, for up to 6 people in a private 2-bedroom townhouse.
The townhouse was designed with space and comfort in mind, featuring air-conditioning throughout, quality fitted kitchens and bathrooms and a spacious master bedroom. The living area has a TV & Dolby sound system, as well as a large terrace with a jacuzzi.
The CLC Regal Oaks resort offers a wide range of activities for you to enjoy during your stay: a bar, children’s pool, Clubhouse, convenience store, fitness center, lakes, restaurant, swimming pools, waterslides, and tennis courts.
The resort may be only 4 miles from Walt Disney World, but its laid-back vibe is miles away from the hustle and bustle of the theme parks. It's the ideal location to unwind after a day of fun with Mickey & Co.
This is a superior property selected by CLC for the Ben Cohen StandUp Foundation and is not available to be booked online.
Please note: This vacation is valid until June 21, 2018. Dates are subject to availability. Accommodation is included, however, travel, insurance and food are not.
The Ben Cohen StandUp Foundation is the world's first foundation dedicated to raising awareness of the long-term, damaging effects of bullying by raising funds to support those doing real world work to eradicate bullying.
We stand up against bullying regardless of to whom it happens. We support organisations and projects that help stop bullying, help those hurt by bullying and/or help increase equality and diversity. Up to 50% of children and young people and many adults in the UK say they have experienced bullying. People who are bullied feel disconnected, leading to a sense of isolation and loneliness, and can suffer from low self-esteem, increased depression or anxiety and, in extreme cases, a higher risk of suicide.
Since starting in 2012, we are really proud to have been able to award just over £500,000 in grants to 54 projects varying in size and approach, from delivering workshops in schools around the issue of homophobia and transphobia, to educating about hate crime and how to report it, supporting severely bullied children to receive alternative education, and helping victims heal through counseling, and creating plays, videos and music to express feelings and emotions present in bullying situations.
Funding for projects supporting the LGBT community and tackling homophobia in sport is essential in our work because lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people are often targeted by bullies.