Tag / Eckersley House
Costcutter raise over £1,000 to support families with sick children in hospital with free ‘Home from Home’ accommodation
Press Releases • Mar 19, 2018 21:44 GMT
Costercutter Supermarkets Group has raised over £1,000 for The Sick Children's Trust to keep more families with seriously ill children together in free 'Home from Home' accommodation.
This was my second time being supported by The Sick Children’s Trust at Eckersley House and once again the charity proved to be a lifeline during a very stressful time.
News • Mar 06, 2018 11:36 GMT
Adrian and his partner Emma stayed at Eckersley House whilst their newborn son, Aston, recovered from a lifesaving operation in LGI earlier this year. Aston was born with a huge 2kg tumour growing at the base of his tailbone. The horrified parents could not have been more grateful to The Sick Children's Trust when they were given a room and moved in before Aston's terrifying 11.5 hour operation.
If I hadn’t had a heart attack when Ellie-Marie’s older sister was born, I wouldn’t have given birth in a specialist paediatric hospital and it is unlikely Ellie-Marie would be here today
News • Mar 01, 2018 19:05 GMT
Ellie-Marie had a very rocky start to life with doctors struggling for 45 minutes to establish an airway. Fortunately she was born at Leeds General Infirmary and the specialist team were able to save her. She spent months in hospital having been diagnosed with a rare condition, Pierre Robin Sequence and whilst she was receiving lifesaving treatment we supported her family at Eckersley House.
No sooner had I given birth to my baby he was taken away from me for lifesaving treatment, it was heartbreaking.
News • Feb 07, 2018 09:33 GMT
Davey was born with a condition called congenital diaphragmatic hernia – a birth defect causing a hole in the diaphragm, allowing the organs from the abdomen to move into the chest. While he was receiving specialist treatment at Leeds General Infirmary we supported his family at Eckersley House.
Since the stem cell transplant, Thomas’ immune system has developed and I can’t believe our little boy will be six at the end of January
News • Jan 22, 2018 10:06 GMT
Thomas' parents stayed at both Eckersley and Crawford House when their baby son, Thomas, was seriously ill as a baby. Finally it was discovered that Thomas had a rare primary immune deficiency disorder meaning that he did not have the ability to generate antibodies needed to fight off infections and would require a stem cell transplant when a donor became available.
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
News • Dec 23, 2017 09:00 GMT
Henry, was diagnosed with leukaemia back in September. Having been transferred to Leeds General Infirmary (LGI) for lifesaving treatment, his family were supported by The Sick Children’s Trust. Fortunately Henry has made it home in time for Christmas, and although he is still undergoing treatment as an outpatient, is excitedly getting ready to celebrate with his family.
"Friday 13th is an unlucky day for some, but for Tom and I, it was the amazing day we got to meet our son for the first time."
News • Dec 14, 2017 13:02 GMT
Albie’s parents knew he would need lifesaving surgery soon after birth and had heard about the work of The Sick Children’s Trust. Their baby spent over three weeks recovering in hospital and during this time the charity supported his family at Eckersley House. And as thank you, Albie and his family have joined in The Sick Children’s Trust first ever Christmas appeal!
News • Dec 11, 2017 12:19 GMT
At just seven weeks old Kobi became seriously ill and was diagnosed with multiple heart conditions, which led to him spending his first Christmas in Leeds General Infirmary. The Sick Children’s Trust has supported Kobi’s family at Eckersley House since his first admission. As a thank you, Kobi's family have joined in The Sick Children’s Trust’s first ever Christmas appeal!
News • Nov 30, 2017 11:35 GMT
A devoted grandmother, Jeanne Cookson, has raised £285 for The Sick Children's Trust after we gave her daughter and son-in-law free accommodation at Eckersley House after their baby son was transferred to Leeds General Infirmary.
News • Nov 16, 2017 18:59 GMT
Doncaster Rugby League player, Liam Welham, has applied to break the Guinness World Record for a continuous 24 hour jog to raise money for The Sick Children's Trust who supported his sister, Emily.
News • Nov 08, 2017 13:07 GMT
The friends and family of ten year old Amy Botham have raised £10,000 as thanks to Eckersley House for keeping her family right by her hospital bedside.
Parents of extremely premature baby boy are smashing their fundraising target for The Sick Children's Trust
News • Oct 26, 2017 16:23 BST
Charlotte and Lee Bradford are fundraising to thank The Sick Children's Trust for supporting them when their son, Thomas, was seriously unwell
News • Aug 25, 2017 15:46 BST
James has a rare condition called lymphangiomatosis and needed specialist treatment at Leeds General Infirmary. We supported his parents at Eckersley House.
Press Releases • Jul 31, 2017 11:00 BST
A little girl who underwent a liver transplant at just nine months old is packing her bag, putting on her shoes and heading to school for the first time this August.
News • Jul 21, 2017 14:25 BST
Year Four pupils from a Leeds primary school have raised £1,470.89 this year for The Sick Children’s Trust as part of the nationwide Make a Difference Challenge.
News • Jun 03, 2017 10:04 BST
Matthew Lawton and Mollie Fountain will be taking on a skydive a week today to raise money for us as thanks for helping both their families at Eckersley House and Treetop House. They are members of Scissett Working Men's Club - who have nominated the charity for the year - and have already raised £2,505
She was our baby and here for a reason. We were determined to do whatever necessary to give her a fighting chance.
News • Apr 04, 2017 09:13 BST
When Lisa and her partner Buba found out they were expecting a baby girl they were overjoyed. Their excitement turned to fear when a scan detected that their baby had a serious heart defect and might not make it. If she survived the pregnancy, she would require lifesaving surgery just hours after birth at Leeds General Infirmary.
News • Apr 04, 2017 09:00 BST
Lisa Thompkins and Buba Jallow are calling on others to support Big Chocolate Tea after we supported them in Eckersley House. Read how their daughter defied doctors expectations.