Having supported countless families with children needing transplants over the past four decades, we remain determined to ensure that the subject of child organ donation continues to be discussed. In support of NHS's Organ Donation Week 2023, a trio of families have kindly shared their transplant stories.
Since the year 2000, the Cambridge Fundraising Committee have raised over £940,000 in funding for our two 'Homes from Home' in Cambridge
Rachel and Michael McGregor completed the Yorkshire Three Peaks challenge to raise £935 to support our 'Homes from Home'.
The event celebrated the individuals, families, companies, and organisations that have gone above and beyond in support of the charity
62 amazing runners took to the streets of Newcastle to raise over £28,000 to support our 'Homes from Home'
Cambridge Futsal Club, who play in the FA National Futsal Series, has named The Sick Children’s Trust as its nominated charity for the 2022/23 season.
Louise Pratt completed the Great North Run to raise money for Crawford House where she stayed when her son Taylor underwent a bone marrow transplant
Ahead of broadcast, we introduce the three wonderful families who appear in this amazing showcase of our charity.
In the coming weeks, The Sick Children’s Trust will take centre stage when our BBC Lifeline Appeal, presented by Strictly Come Dancing judge Anton Du Beke, will be broadcast on BBC One.
Jessica is taking on the Great North Run to thank us for supporting her at Crawford House when her son Jude went into complete kidney failure
Brave Essex mum Tegan Scrivener is undertaking a tandem skydive this weekend to raise money for The Sick Children’s Trust after we supported her family with a place to stay while baby son Herbert – who was born weighing 2lb, 10oz – was in hospital in 2016.