Jessica was born at 27 weeks weighing just 760g in 2018 but now she is excited to be starting nursery in September after hitting all of her milestones
The Evelyn Trust has awarded us £10,000 to help support families at Acorn and Chestnut Houses
Rachel and Sal were given a place to stay at Chestnut House when their son, Aydin, was born not breathing and needed weeks of intensive care in Cambridge. Since staying with us, their friends and family have raised over £2,000 to thank us for giving them a 'Home from Home'.
Jimmy and Lana stayed at Chestnut House when their daughter Jasmine needed surgery at just a few days old. Read about the difference it made to them from Jimmy.
Ben and Claudia found themselves at The Rosie Hospital just hours after their son was born not breathing. Find out how Chestnut House supported them
Marc Thompson and the Warboys Runners have launched a virtual 10k event for all to take part in between 25 September and 4 October.
During a 16 week scan Lily and Ashley found out their daughter, Ruby's, kidneys were dilated which made it unlikely she would survive. Chestnut House kept them together while she received specialist treatment.
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
Kit was rushed to Cambridge when he suddenly stopped breathing at four days old. We supported his parents for four weeks while he remained in NICU.
Jude was rushed to Cambridge when his breathing didn't improve after he was born
Rebecca and Lee Shannon were supported at Chestnut House when their daughter was born at 27 weeks
Daisy's mum Kirsty has shared the things she wished she'd known for World Prematurity Day
Supporting the families of sick children being treated at The Rosie Hospital
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
A grateful mum whose son required emergency lifesaving treatment after he was born seriously ill will be running the London Marathon to raise money for The Sick Children’s Trust