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Parents thank charity for ‘Home from Home’ by backing its first ever Christmas appeal

Parents thank charity for ‘Home from Home’ by backing its first ever Christmas appeal

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.

QBE leaves a trail of glitter and festive cheer

QBE leaves a trail of glitter and festive cheer

News   •   Dec 10, 2017 10:46 GMT

We were delighted to welcome QBE volunteers to our London 'Homes from Home' earlier this week. The volunteers kindly decorated every house, cooked for the families and left Christmas hampers for them all.

Being able to make your seriously ill child their favourite meal before an operation is what makes the ‘Homes from Home’ so special.

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!

Daisy and I could spend some time together, at a place we could cook and have a good night’s rest night before her appointments.

Daisy and I could spend some time together, at a place we could cook and have a good night’s rest night before her appointments.

News   •   Nov 17, 2017 10:41 GMT

At just 12 months old, Daisy was diagnosed with bilateral retinoblastoma. Throughout her whole life she has been in and out of specialist hospitals in the UK and in Canada. During her treatment at The Royal London Hospital, we supported her family at Stevenson House.

Dad on fundraising mission as thanks for helping his family when twin baby boy became seriously unwell

Dad on fundraising mission as thanks for helping his family when twin baby boy became seriously unwell

News   •   Oct 12, 2017 11:22 BST

Nick Smith has been raising money for The Sick Children's Trust as thanks for supporting his family at Stevenson House whilst his twin son received lifesaving treatment

Max and friends pop on pyjamas to raise over £1,500 for charity that supported family

Max and friends pop on pyjamas to raise over £1,500 for charity that supported family

News   •   Oct 12, 2017 10:45 BST

A little boy who spent January fighting for his life in a hospital far away from home has raised over £1,500 for The Sick Children’s Trust by holding a Pyjama Party.

Dad and friends take on skydive and fly high to raise over £10,000 for charity who supported family in need

Dad and friends take on skydive and fly high to raise over £10,000 for charity who supported family in need

News   •   Sep 07, 2017 11:38 BST

Gary Jones and friends have raised over £10,000 for The Sick Children's Trust to say thank you for supporting them when baby Charlie was seriously ill in hospital

Alan faces his fears and jumps out of plane at 12,000 feet in sponsored skydive

Alan faces his fears and jumps out of plane at 12,000 feet in sponsored skydive

News   •   Aug 24, 2017 15:49 BST

Stevenson House manager Alan Booth jumps out of a plane and raises over £1,300 for The Sick Children's Trust

Little girl survives heart surgery to attend school this September

Little girl survives heart surgery to attend school this September

News   •   Aug 22, 2017 10:19 BST

Amelia spent the first four months of her life in hospital and underwent heart surgery at just eight weeks old. Despite all that she has been through, she is starting school this September.

Loving uncle gets set to cycle 100 miles to thank charity which supported his family

Loving uncle gets set to cycle 100 miles to thank charity which supported his family

News   •   Jul 20, 2017 12:50 BST

An inspirational uncle will be cycling 100 miles to raise money for The Sick Children’s Trust to say thank you to the charity that supported his nephew whilst his great niece was seriously ill in hospital.

Esmé's family join in chocola-tea fun as thanks for 'Home from Home'.

Esmé's family join in chocola-tea fun as thanks for 'Home from Home'.

News   •   Apr 05, 2017 14:14 BST

Esmé's parents, Emily and Luke, are both holding Big Chocolate Tea events at their work to say thank you for supporting them at Stevenson House when she was in The Royal London Hospital.

South Benfleet Dad Laces Up Trainers To Raise Money For The Sick Children’s Trust

South Benfleet Dad Laces Up Trainers To Raise Money For The Sick Children’s Trust

News   •   Mar 31, 2017 10:22 BST

Alex has been fundraising for us for the last three years as thanks for supporting his family in Stevenson House. He is now running the Virgin Money London Marathon for us.

Local Soldier Takes On Marathon To Thank Charity For Support

Local Soldier Takes On Marathon To Thank Charity For Support

News   •   Mar 07, 2017 11:02 GMT

Michael Tait is joining #TeamSCT and running the Virigin Money London Marathon to say thank you for supporting him and wife Lisa at Stevenson House when their son was treated at The Royal London.

During the dark times when things were really hard, being at Stevenson House meant the world to us.

During the dark times when things were really hard, being at Stevenson House meant the world to us.

News   •   Dec 29, 2016 15:30 GMT

At their 12 week scan, it was revealed that Paul and Fran’s daughter had gastroschisis – a birth defect which meant her bowel would be on the outside of her body when she was born. Stevenson House supported the couple until Sydney was well enough to leave – around a month later. And she has just celebrated her first Christmas and will be celebrating her first birthday next month.

Having Stevenson House meant we could walk through this nightmare together

Having Stevenson House meant we could walk through this nightmare together

News   •   Oct 26, 2016 09:51 BST

Before their daughter had even turned 36 hours old, Stephanie and George experienced every parent's worse nightmare when she became seriously ill and rushed off to SCBU. Kiara had a swollen tummy and possible bowel infection and needed transferring to The Royal London Hospital, where we supported them at Stevenson House.

Christina Races to Raise Hundreds for Sick Children's Trust

Christina Races to Raise Hundreds for Sick Children's Trust

News   •   Oct 03, 2016 12:09 BST

This weekend,Christina will take part in the Royal Parks Half Marathon - read her story here.

Parents back Pyjama Party as thanks for 'Home from Home'

Parents back Pyjama Party as thanks for 'Home from Home'

News   •   Sep 21, 2016 14:36 BST

Dave Plane and Lesa Bennett are encouraging their local community to get involved with the Pyjama Party this October.

Samuel starts school after battle with cancer

Samuel starts school after battle with cancer

News   •   Sep 05, 2016 16:53 BST

It's been a big moment for Samuel's family this week as he started school for the first time after an 18 month battle with eye cancer.

We will always treasure these memories of his first summer holiday

We will always treasure these memories of his first summer holiday

News   •   Aug 12, 2016 11:39 BST

After spending his first three months in hospital, Dylan’s Mum, Alex, and Dad, Gary, decided to take their little boy on his first ever trip to the seaside.

Posties' 20 mile push to raise thousands for charity

Posties' 20 mile push to raise thousands for charity

News   •   May 17, 2016 09:54 BST

40 postmen took on a 20 mile trolley dash from Brentwood to The Royal London at the weekend to raise money for three charities.