We kept Natalie and her husband Kevin by their daughter's side when she was rushed to Newcastle after being resuscitated four times. Now Natalie is shaving her hair off for us!
Charlotte has been busy raising awareness and funds for Crawford House as a finalist in the Royal Sapphire Pageant
Macy, David and Joel will climbing four of the biggest mountains in the Lake District all in one day to support Crawford House
Susan is the proud Nanna to Sophie, a little girl who was suddenly diagnosed with a brain tumour and underwent emergency major surgery. Since Sophie's parents received support at Crawford House Susan has been fundraising for our 'Home from Home'
Jersey Hemsted walked a total of 25 miles throughout February to support The Sick Children's Trust.
Evie is recovering from a bone marrow transplant in Newcastle, where she has been since July. During this time we have been able to support her parents at Crawford House
Singer-songwriter Beth Macari has recorded a soulful rendition of the Christmas classic, ‘Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas’, in aid of The Sick Children’s Trust and the mental health support service, Discova.
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
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.
Adele and Jonathan were told that their daughter wouldn't live more than a few hours, they tell us how our 'Home from Home' helped them during this time
Ella-Rose was born at 26 weeks weighing just 500 grams - she celebrated her second birthday this year and is doing amazingly well
'Toon Council' runners including Newcastle Eagles owner Paul Blake, GB swimmer Darren wigg and entrepreneur Lizzy Hodcroft are all taking part in My GNR this weekend
Carrie Barron completed the Great North Run last year and now she is doing it all again to further support The Sick Children's Trust after Crawford House kept her close to her son Adam.
Sophie was suddenly diagnosed with a brain tumour and admitted to Newcastles RVI for surgery. During this time and throughout her recovery Crawford House became a 'Home from Home' to her parents
Andrew Young will be leading a team on a 12 hour running relay challenge on Saturday 22 August to raise money for our Newcastle 'Homes from Home'