Sophie and Daniel suddenly found themselves at Addenbrooke’s Hospital in Cambridge when their local hospital said there was nothing more that they could do. Find out how our support at Acorn House made a difference to them
After Florence suffered a cardiac arrest due to a heart condition Acorn and Rainbow Houses made sure her parents were always be her side.
Marianne heard about us when her work place, LV=, selected us as their chosen charity. She now volunteers at our Cambridge ‘Homes from Home’ on her days off. We talk to her as part of #VolunteersWeek
Sonia knows just how important having a warm and comfortable place to stay and a friendly ear to listen is, which is why she now volunteers for us
When Rosie was diagnosed with cancer at age 15 Acorn House made sure her sister Lauren was always by her side
Harry's parents along with his brother were supported at Acorn House when he needed brain surgery at Addenbrooke's. Read how our 'Home from Home' made a difference to them.
Mark is joining our team to run the London Marathon in April. Read his reasons why here
The Jones family feature in our new film highlighting the difference our ‘Home from Home’ make
We supported Dominic and his family at Acorn House in 2010 when his daughter Jodi was in Addenbrooke’s Hospital.
Taylor Rose TTKW donates over £69,000 to The Sick Children's Trust
Michael and Holly Wilding have been supported at Acorn House over two Christmases as both their children were born with hydrocephalus and needed surgery
Supporting the families of sick children being treated at Addenbrooke's Hospital
A Suffolk family have come together with friends to organise a black tie event to raise money for charities that supported them after son’s freak accident
A Cambridge charity worker has been awarded a place on this year’s Independent Happy List for her dedication and commitment to families with seriously ill children in hospital
Friends and supporters of The Sick Children’s Trust came together earlier this month in choc-tastic style to celebrate ten years of the charity’s most indulgent fundraising campaign, Big Chocolate Tea