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Costcutter raise over £1,000 to support families with sick children in hospital with free ‘Home from Home’ accommodation

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.

Thomas Cook Children's Charity ensures families with seriously ill children get a good nigh's sleep

Thomas Cook Children's Charity ensures families with seriously ill children get a good nigh's sleep

Press Releases   •   Oct 26, 2015 10:15 GMT

The Sick Children's Trust recently received a grant from the Thomas Cook Children's Charity which funded 26 new beds in the Sheffield 'Home from Home' Treetop House

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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.

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Meet Jane, one of our Virgin Money London Marathon Runners

Meet Jane, one of our Virgin Money London Marathon Runners

Blog posts   •   Apr 22, 2016 09:00 BST

Jane is taking on the iconic London Marathon this Sunday, she's already raised around £1,500!

#sundayrunday – Meet Roy, one of our Virgin Money London Marathon Runners

#sundayrunday – Meet Roy, one of our Virgin Money London Marathon Runners

Blog posts   •   Mar 11, 2016 14:00 GMT

We're introducing you to our fantastic #teamsct members who have decided to run the London Marathon for The Sick Children's Trust.

Ashdell Prep gets special 'thank you' from Mum at Treetop House

Ashdell Prep gets special 'thank you' from Mum at Treetop House

Blog posts   •   Nov 19, 2015 15:12 GMT

Ashdell Preparatory School received a lovely thank you for all their support to our Treetop House and Magnolia House...

"Even now I cry when I think how sick she was but can smile at the support and care you all gave us."

"Even now I cry when I think how sick she was but can smile at the support and care you all gave us."

Blog posts   •   Nov 16, 2015 11:58 GMT

Treetop House Manager Ann received a lovely update from the Prosser family following their stay when daughter Alex was being treated at Sheffield Children's Hospital. Here's what they said: