When three-month-old Naila needed emergency heart surgery, we provided her parents with a ‘Home from Home’ so they had one less thing to worry about.
Johnathan Storey is undertaking a tandem skydive, being one of 40 jumpers fundraising to mark the 40th Anniversary of The Sick Children's Trust
Baby Brooke needed emergency surgery to correct a heart defect she had from birth. Eckersley House made sure her parents Dave and Karen were always by her side
Toddler Beatrix Archbold is awaiting a heart transplant at Newcastle’s Freeman Hospital, with the family being supported at our Scott House 'Home from Home'.
Chloe suffered a cardiac arrest and was airlifted to Great Ormond Street Hospital. While she recovered and underwent heart surgery, her parents stayed at Rainbow House.
Isabelle needed life saving treatment at Great Ormond Street Hospital for a heart condition. Rainbow House made sure her mum Laura was always by her side.
The Sick Children's Trust's Eckersley House 'Home from Home' in Leeds proved invaluable to the family of six-year-old Leigha-Mae Stones, who needed open heart surgery.
Eckerlsey House has been awarded a £10,000 grant from the Children's Heart Surgery Fund and the St.James's Place Charitable Foundation to help keep our 'Home from Home' supporting families with seriously ill children at Leeds Children's Hospital
Finley battled bronchiolitis, sepsis and a collapsed lung before going into cardiac arrest. Magnolia House made sure his mum Jess was always with him during his recovery.
When Neive was three months old she was diagnosed with ALCAPA syndrome and needed open heart surgery. Her parents, Laura and Scot, were supported at Scott House.
Seven amateur runners from Stockton-On-Tees will be taking on the Great North Run to support The Sick Children’s Trust, the charity that supported two of them while their daughter was in hospital.
Finlay has spent over 300 days on the urgent transplant list while waiting for a donor heart. Scott House has kept his parents by his side throughout his transplant journey
Amy and Liam are currently staying in Eckersley House while their daughter recovers from major heart surgery
Mason-Ray needed surgery for three heart defects and two stomach conditions 100 miles away from home, but Rainbow House made sure his parents were always with him.
Abbie and James were supported at Acorn House when their son, Jenson, became critically ill with a respiratory virus. He later was diagnosed with a rare heart condition.