Rebekkah's son, Louie, was born six weeks premature and spent his first Christmas waiting to have heart surgery. Eckersley House kept them together so they could make special Christmas memories.
With carols, entertainment, celebrity readings and stories of hope, The Sick Children’s Trust’s Together at Christmas event proved to be a wonderfully heartwarming festive celebration
Lucas and Leo were born eight weeks premature on Christmas Day. Lucas later needed further treatment when he was struggling with his breathing and needed specialist care. Acorn House made sure the family were always together.
When Faith Pearson's five month old son fell ill just before Christmas 2021, The Sick Children's Trust's 'Homes from Home' at Sheffield Children's Hospital helped her family when they needed it most.
Featuring special performances and traditional carols, our festive celebration in the heart of London is set to be a wonderful evening
With Christina Johnston
Charlotte Porteous has been so inspired by our work at Crawford House during her placement at RVI that she has set herself a running challenge
Martin and Adele have been staying at Magnolia House while one of their twins, Joshua, is treated at Sheffield Children's Hospital. They are facing Christmas and the New Year in hospital, but our 'Home from Home' is easing some of their worries
Charlotte and Dominic spent three months in hospital last year after their daughter suddenly became critically ill and was also diagnosed with SCID. We gave them a 'Home from Home' at Acorn. Rainbow and Guilford Street Houses
Giving Georgie a place at Acorn Hover Christmastime minutes from Carter's bedside meant the world to her for many reasons. Read more here.
Kori spent last Christmas in Freeman Hospital fighting for his life, this year he is looking forward to spending it at home with his family
Christina and Phil found themselves celebrating their son's first Christmas at Newcastle's Royal Victoria Infirmary by Declan's bedside. We were there keeping them together.
We have launched our 'Together this Christmas' appeal, here Chief Executive Jane Featherstone tells you why we need your help
Esther became critically ill last Autumn. She had a rare virus and was also diagnosed with SCID, she spent three months in hospitals across the country. We gave her parents a place to stay so they could be right by her side.