Acorn House gets baking to raise some dough for the return of Big Chocolate Tea

News   •   May 16, 2019 16:02 BST

Our Cambridge team at Acorn and Chestnut Houses alongside volunteers baked away for families and supporters on Wednesday 1 May to raise £560 as part of Big Chocolate Tea.

Tenth Big Chocolate Tea party raising funds all month

News   •   May 03, 2019 17:35 BST

Throughout the month supporters will be throwing their own Big Chocolate Tea parties in schools, workplaces and in the community, selling sweet chocolatey treats and a cup of tea (or something stronger) to raise vital funds for The Sick Children’s Trust.

Refurbished ‘Home from Home’ Rainbow House welcomes families

News   •   May 03, 2019 15:35 BST

The refurbished house was opened on Thursday 2 May 2019 by actress Anita Dobson, who is Vice President of The Sick Children’s Trust. Also in attendance were families who had previously stayed at Rainbow House, the generous individuals, trusts and foundations who had donated to the renovation, and celebrity ambassadors Sian Welby, Christina Johnston and Tim Downie.

Danbury dad prepares for London Marathon to thank charity for vital support when son was ill in hospital

News   •   Apr 04, 2019 13:07 BST

A local dad is pounding the pavements training for this year’s Virgin Money London Marathon to raise £9,000 for The Sick Children’s Trust. He has already pledged £4,000 to the charity.

Mum’s marathon mission for charity that helped during daughter’s meningitis battle

News   •   Mar 07, 2019 16:51 GMT

Becks Jones will be running the iconic race on Sunday 28 April to raise £7,000 and thank The Sick Children’s Trust for supporting her family in free ‘Home from Home’ accommodation just minutes from her daughter’s hospital bedside.

Mum to run London Marathon to raise money for The Sick Children’s Trust

News   •   Mar 05, 2019 11:28 GMT

Susan Beeby, whose son required emergency lifesaving treatment after he was born seriously ill, will be running the Virgin Money London Marathon to raise money for The Sick Children’s Trust.

Neonatal Mental Health Awareness Week 2019

Press releases   •   Mar 05, 2019 11:25 GMT

The Sick Children’s Trust is joining leading children’s charities to raise awareness of all those affected by premature or traumatic births. They’re backing the campaign that will highlight the need for appropriate and timely support to reduce the immediate and long-term impact on mental health and emotional well-being for families and the people who work with them.

Sometimes, the sickest twin knows it’s poorly and makes the noblest sacrifice to save the other. That is what Leo did. He became Oska’s guardian angel and saved his life. Now a charity has been established in his memory.

News   •   Feb 18, 2019 11:49 GMT

When he was almost a year old Oska Feasey became very unwell and was rushed into hospital. He deteriorated quickly and was blue-lighted across to Royal Victoria Infirmary where his family were supported in Crawford House. They spent several weeks living in the ‘Home from Home’ over the Christmas period and have been supported by the charity twice more since.

“It’s important for local businesses to give back – especially to such a worthwhile cause.”

Blog posts   •   Feb 15, 2019 12:00 GMT

This year, the Leverton family are celebrating ten years of hosting charity balls to raise money for THe Sick Children's Trust. Drainage 2000, a local company, has been supporting the Leverton Balls for the last couple of years. They tell us why they think its important to support local fundraisers and The Sick Children's Trust.

The Sick Children's Trust receives £6k boost from Encore partnership

Press releases   •   Feb 14, 2019 15:09 GMT

The Sick Children's Trust was selected as one of Encore Personnel charity partners for 2018 and has received a donation of £6,000 as a result of their fundraising.

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The Sick Children's Trust believes keeping families together significantly improves the recovery of seriously ill children. We provides free, high-quality 'Home from Home' accommodation, as well as emotional and practical support, for families with sick children in hospital in the UK.

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