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One year old Zariah receives lifesaving donor heart after seven month wait

News   •   Jan 19, 2018 15:53 GMT

Leeander and Zariah feature in Sunday's BBC Lifeline appeal presented by Michael Crawford CBE. Zariah was diagnosed with heart failure and needed a lifesaving donor heart to survive. Shortly after filming for BBC Lifeline, Leeander received the call she had been waiting for.

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At the time when I desperately needed to be with my son, The Sick Children’s Trust made that possible.

News   •   Jan 19, 2018 11:00 GMT

Ned was born at 28 weeks weighing just 1.2kilos. He had a grade four bleed on the brain, sepsis and needed resuscitating and ventilating. Mum, Kerry, was told that the odds were very much against him and it was unlikely he would survive. However today, Ned celebrates his first birthday.

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Ward Hadaway Partner Tim Craig joins board of national charity

Press Releases   •   Jan 18, 2018 15:53 GMT

Ward Hadaway Partner Tim Craig has joined the board of trustees for national charity The Sick Children’s Trust.

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Parents share story of daughter’s heart battle in BBC Lifeline appeal

News   •   Jan 18, 2018 12:59 GMT

Darcie-May, along with her parents Nathan and Zara, will feature in Sunday's BBC Lifeline appeal to raise awareness and money for The Sick Children's Trust.

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Because of Scott House we can share every hour of every day together and be a family.

News   •   Jan 18, 2018 12:56 GMT

Darcie-May was born with a serious heart condition called hypoplastic left heart syndrome . For the first seven months of her life she was treated at Freeman Hospital and during this time we supported her family at Scott House.

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20 month old Flynn and family to feature in BBC Lifeline to raise money for The Sick Children’s Trust

News   •   Jan 17, 2018 16:26 GMT

We supported Flynn's family in 2016 when he was born at 27 weeks and needed lifesaving treatment at The Rosie Hospital. He's now doing really well and this month, his family share their story on national television to help raise awareness and vital funds for The Sick Children's Trust.

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You just don’t imagine how quickly life can change. We had just returned in high spirits from a family holiday and only a few days later Faith was in theatre having a brain tumour removed

News   •   Jan 16, 2018 11:33 GMT

Faith Lawson was just five years old when her grandmother, Julie Baker, took her for a routine eye test and the optician referred her for an MRI scan, which detected a cancerous brain tumour that required emergency lifesaving treatment. The tumour was removed at Royal Victoria Infirmary and The Sick Children's Trust supported Faith's family at Crawford House for over two months.

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From baker to marathon runner: Becs takes on 26.2 miles to raise money to keep families together

News   •   Jan 13, 2018 08:17 GMT

Becs Hurst is joining #TeamSCT to raise money in this year's Virgin Money London Marathon. Becs has been supporting us since 2015, helping to raise awareness and fund for Big Chocolate Tea and most recently taken part in Vitality 10,000.

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Our President Michael Crawford CBE presents this month’s BBC Lifeline Appeal on behalf of The Sick Children’s Trust

News   •   Jan 12, 2018 15:06 GMT

Find out all about our BBC Lifeline Appeal. Michael Crawford CBE visits our 'Homes from Home' to help raise awareness of The Sick Children's Trust.

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When Alfie was born he was so tiny he weighed little more than half a bag of sugar

News   •   Jan 08, 2018 14:27 GMT

The parents of Alfie Knight, who was born weighing just 545 grams, were given a room at Eckersley House for over ten weeks whilst he received life-saving treatment in Leeds General Infirmary

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About The Sick Childrens Trust

We're here, so you can be there.

The Sick Children's Trust believes keeping families together significantly improves the recovery of seriously ill children. We provides free, high-quality 'Home from Home' accommodation, as well as emotional and practical support, for families with sick children in hospital in the UK.

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  • The Sick Childrens Trust
  • 88 Leadenhall Street
  • EC3A 3BP London
  • UK