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.
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.
News • Dec 13, 2017 13:20 GMT
Edward's parents are supporting The Sick Children's Trust's Christmas appeal as thanks for giving them a 'Home from Home' at Stevenson House.
News • Dec 12, 2017 15:27 GMT
The Sick Children's Trust is delighted to announce Irish Classical Soprano Margaret Keys as an official charity ambassador.
Family support charity’s Christmas appeal as thanks for giving them a ‘Home from Home’ when their baby was seriously ill in hospital
News • Dec 12, 2017 11:59 GMT
At a week old, Chace underwent major surgery to remove 40cm of his bowel as a result of necrotising enterocolitis. We supported his family at Magnolia House on two occasions and now his family are encouraging others to donate £30 to our Christmas appeal, to give another family a 'Home from Home'.
Being able to make your seriously ill child their favourite meal before an operation is what makes the ‘Homes from Home’ so special.
News • Dec 07, 2017 11:02 GMT
Just after his fifth birthday, James was diagnosed with retinoblastoma. Since then James has undergone chemotherapy and attended The Royal London Hospital where he had to have his eye removed. The SIck Children's Trust has supported James' family at Stevenson House during this time. And as a thank you, James and his family have joined in our first ever Christmas appeal!
News • Feb 28, 2014 09:41 GMT
Charity Bliss has launched a report looking at the costs families face caring for a baby born too soon, too small or too sick. Titled It's not a game: the very real costs of having a premature or sick baby, the report launches a campaign calling for better support for families with premature or sick babies.