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This time last year things didn’t look good for Noah, but this Christmas he is thriving and we will be celebrating at home with close friends and family.

This time last year things didn’t look good for Noah, but this Christmas he is thriving and we will be celebrating at home with close friends and family.

News   •   Oct 30, 2018 23:05 GMT

Mum Tina shares her experience of what its like to have a child in hospital over Christmas as part of our appeal. It costs £13,230 for us to run our ten 'Homes from Home' over the Christmas period to support families like Tina and Noah.

Sheffield chemotherapy nurse wins Hays Nurse Of The Year title

Sheffield chemotherapy nurse wins Hays Nurse Of The Year title

News   •   Oct 08, 2018 13:12 BST

Jayne was named Hays Healthcare Nurse of the Year and as a result nominated The Sick Children's Trust as her chosen charity to donate £1,000 to.

The Sick Children’s Trust gave us a ‘Home from Home’ for over eight weeks whilst Oscar was in hospital. When we were going through hell they provided us with some sense of normality.

The Sick Children’s Trust gave us a ‘Home from Home’ for over eight weeks whilst Oscar was in hospital. When we were going through hell they provided us with some sense of normality.

News   •   Jun 05, 2018 13:03 BST

Oscar was diagnosed with encephalitis, an uncommon but serious condition in which the brain becomes inflamed in February this year and he was transferred by emergency to Sheffield Children's Hospital for lifesaving treatment. Once there we gave his Mum and Dad free 'Home from Home' accommodation at both Magnolia and Treetop Houses for eight weeks until he was discharged home.

Harry and Sam raise £33,000 at family’s annual charity balls

Harry and Sam raise £33,000 at family’s annual charity balls

News   •   May 29, 2018 15:20 BST

The Leverton family have held been fundraising for The Sick Children's Trust ever since we supported them at Treetop House and have so far raised £196,000.

It’s been a rocky few months since Finn was admitted to Sheffield Children’s Hospital with lots of ups and down. I wish I could wrap my baby up in a bubble to keep him safe.

It’s been a rocky few months since Finn was admitted to Sheffield Children’s Hospital with lots of ups and down. I wish I could wrap my baby up in a bubble to keep him safe.

News   •   May 25, 2018 15:46 BST

In February baby Finn became seriously unwell when he was just six months old. He was transferred to Sheffield Children’s Hospital with extreme breathing difficulties and a dangerously high temperature. On arrival Finn was sedated whilst doctors battled to save his life. Two days later, and with her baby still seriously ill, Mum, Shannon Brown, was relieved to be offered a room at Magnolia House.

Auntie hosts Big Chocolate Tea party to thank charity for ‘Home from Home’

Auntie hosts Big Chocolate Tea party to thank charity for ‘Home from Home’

News   •   May 09, 2018 09:30 BST

Helen's niece, Rio, was involved in a serious car accident which left her fighting for life in a hospital 50 miles away from home. During her time at Leeds General Infirmary and Sheffield CHildren's Hospital, we supported Rio's family with free 'Home from Home' accommodation.

While there is no cure, cystic fibrosis is so close to being a liveable disease. There is a lot of hope.

While there is no cure, cystic fibrosis is so close to being a liveable disease. There is a lot of hope.

News   •   Mar 12, 2018 11:23 GMT

Charlie Aitchison underwent lifesaving surgery when he was just two days old after being diagnosed with a blocked bowel. Over the weeks that followed his parents were supported by The Sick Children's Trust at Treetop House and were never more than a few moments from his hospital bedside. Charlie was diagnosed with cystic fibrosis, a life-limiting illness when he was just three weeks old.

I can’t put in to words what it feels like to be told your two year old daughter has a life-threatening brain tumour.  And that it’s growing so deep inside her head that they might not be able to remove it all.

I can’t put in to words what it feels like to be told your two year old daughter has a life-threatening brain tumour. And that it’s growing so deep inside her head that they might not be able to remove it all.

News   •   Feb 15, 2018 09:00 GMT

Mum, Dani Spence, stayed with us at Magnolia and Treetop House whilst her daughter, Lacey, underwent lifesaving treatment to remove a brain tumour in Sheffield Children's Hospital. Fortunately Lacey is now out of hospital and recovering well. Here Dani tells her story.

When Summer-Mae was strong enough we were invited to take her to a tea party at Treetop House and we caught up with the other families and staff.

When Summer-Mae was strong enough we were invited to take her to a tea party at Treetop House and we caught up with the other families and staff.

News   •   Jan 22, 2018 18:23 GMT

Summer-Mae was born in November 2008 and is seriously disabled. Last September, while the family of nine were on a family holiday together, Summer-Mae became seriously ill and had to be ventilated and placed into a medically induced coma before being transferred to Sheffield Children’s Hospital. We supported her family whilst Summer-Mae recovered.

Treetop and Magnolia Houses have been our lifeline during our darkest times, without them we don’t know how we could have coped

Treetop and Magnolia Houses have been our lifeline during our darkest times, without them we don’t know how we could have coped

News   •   Dec 18, 2017 14:42 GMT

Zac Keith was born with hydrocephalus and cerebral palsy in January 2013 at just 29 weeks. His parents were supported by The Sick Children’s Trust after he was transferred to Sheffield Children's Hospital. 2017 has been a tough year for Zac, who has been in and out of hospital and once again his family have been supported by the charity on three separate occasions.

Even though we didn’t feel like celebrating, we were able to be together as a family over Christmas, just minutes from our baby boy

Even though we didn’t feel like celebrating, we were able to be together as a family over Christmas, just minutes from our baby boy

News   •   Nov 22, 2017 10:00 GMT

Less than 48 hours after taking their baby boy home, Jane and Simon Careless were back in hospital, standing back and watching their new-born, George, undergo countless scans and X-rays. Doctors diagnosed him with Hirschsprung's disease and he was transferred to Sheffield Children’s Hospital for urgent treatment. We have given his family a ‘Home from Home' each time he has been in hospital.

Dad walks marathon and raises £3,625 for The Sick Children's Trust who supported them after birth of baby son

Dad walks marathon and raises £3,625 for The Sick Children's Trust who supported them after birth of baby son

News   •   Nov 21, 2017 10:32 GMT

Richard Cheung has raised £3,625 for The Sick Children's Trust after we supported his family at both Magnolia and Treetop House whilst baby Noah was receiving treated at Sheffield Children's Hospital

Mum and colleagues wear pyjamas at work to raise money for charity

Mum and colleagues wear pyjamas at work to raise money for charity

News   •   Nov 20, 2017 08:00 GMT

A grateful mum has held a pyjama party in her workplace and raised money for The Sick Children's Trust after she stayed with us at both Treetop and Magnolia House when her baby boy was seriously ill

Family raise £8,000 in memory of three year old son

Family raise £8,000 in memory of three year old son

News   •   Oct 11, 2017 11:07 BST

Reuben Lavric sadly passed away last August and since his family have been tirelessly fundraising for The Sick Children's Trust along with TOFs and The Children's Hospital Charity.

Grandma races to raise funds for charity that was there for daughter when son underwent lifesaving surgery

Grandma races to raise funds for charity that was there for daughter when son underwent lifesaving surgery

News   •   Aug 22, 2017 16:23 BST

On Sunday 10 September, Ros will be taking on the Great North Run after being inspired by her grandson Freddie who continues to fight an extremely rare condition in Sheffield Children's Hospital.

Treetop House made a terrifying time that little bit easier

Treetop House made a terrifying time that little bit easier

News   •   Aug 17, 2017 12:59 BST

When Oliver was born seriously ill, he needed specialist treatment at Sheffield Children's Hospital and during this time, we supported his family at Treetop House. Now Dad Adrian is taking part in the Great North Run to thank us for our support.

Ten year old Lola beats brain tumour and bounces back to school

Ten year old Lola beats brain tumour and bounces back to school

News   •   Aug 03, 2017 11:49 BST

After undergoing a brain tumour removal operation, ten year old Lola has made an amazing recovery and is ready to start secondary school this September.

Family add £35,000 to charity pot after double success at fundraisers

Family add £35,000 to charity pot after double success at fundraisers

News   •   Jun 20, 2017 09:20 BST

Marcus and Laura Leverton continue to support The Sick Children's Trust and have boosted their total fundraising total to over £162,000, following two successful annual charity balls earlier this year.

Families unite in tandem skydive to raise money for The Sick Children’s Trust

Families unite in tandem skydive to raise money for The Sick Children’s Trust

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

Sheffield Co-ops raise over £3,000 for The Sick Children’s Trust

Sheffield Co-ops raise over £3,000 for The Sick Children’s Trust

News   •   May 05, 2017 15:11 BST

We were delighted to receive £3,000 from the Co-op after being selected by a number of stores in Sheffield.