James spent his first Christmas recovering from open heart surgery at Leeds Children's Hospital. Thanks to Eckersley House his mum Jess was always by his side throughouth his treatment.
When eight year old Olly Brooks went from running a cross country race to being on a ventilator in hospital in just 24 hours, our Eckersley House 'Home from Home' kept Helen and Tim close to their son during his treatment for heart failure
Born in 2012 with numerous cardiac complications that may never be resolved, Lucas Whitworth has undergone various heart surgeries at Leeds Children's Hospital. Mum Melissa Petrillo shares her story about how Eckersley House has supported her down the years.
Archie was born six weeks premature and has required multiple surgeries for lifelong conditions as a result. We've been supporting his mum Caroline at Eckersley House so they could always be together.
It is the latest in a series of substantial donations from CHSF, who have gifted more than £500,000 to Eckersley House since 2010.
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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.
Lucy's triplets Adeline, Beatrix and Clementine were all born 12 weeks premature. Our 'Home from Home' made sure Lucy was always with them
Our Eckersley House 'Home from Home' proved vital for teenager Sophie Wade, allowing mum Lesley to remain as close as possible throughout her time in hospital.
Zack suffered two blood clots while in the womb and needed specialist treatment in Leeds. Eckersley House made sure his parents were always by his side.
Aimee Hemstock will be joining our 40 brave supporters in taking on a skydive in celebration of our 40th anniversary and to support our 'Homes from Home'
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
Peter Ashton's Pen-y-Ghent walk raises vital funds for The Sick Children’s Trust after we supported his family at our Leeds 'Home from Home'
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