Cheltenham's Hop, Skip and Jump, a respite centre for disabled and autistic children has been brought back from the brink, after it was close to closure.
Parents were first told that the centre had a temporary reprieve until the end of this month.
Now they have been told that it will not close at all.
Cassie Kane whose son Mikey is profoundly autistic relies on the centre for after-school care and respite at the weekends:
When parents heard that the charity running the centre was under financial pressure, they campaigned hard to keep it open - ITV West Country covered the story.
Since then, the manager has been bombarded with calls from parents who want their children to attend.
It has been a worrying time for parents and staff. But now they, and these children, can smile again.