Dave and Sue Mercer have turned their cycling passion into fundraising for our 'Homes from Home' to thank us for supporting their family when their granddaughter was in hospital
Lilly Stead remembered how we helped her parents stay close to her little brother in hospital and has now raised money to support another family like hers
Eckersley House has received over £19,000 from the People's Postcode Trust
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.
Marc Thompson and the Warboys Runners have launched a virtual 10k event for all to take part in between 25 September and 4 October.
Peter Moralee, Iain Wilson, Andrew Young, Neale Bulbeck, Michael Briggs and Justine Moralee clocked up 100.3 miles in a 12 hour relay on Saturday raising £795
Henry Lindsay will be riding his bike for at least one mile every day of the summer holidays, totalling 48 miles, to raise money for The Sick Children’s Trust.
Michael passed away in 2019 at just 15 years old and spent a lot of time in hospital. His mum, Laura, shares with us how Acorn House helped make his time in hospital a bit easier
During lockdown, Stacey gave birth to her daughter Esme who was diagnosed with a rare heart condition who needed treatment at Freeman Hospital, which is where we supported her and husband Karl at Scott House
Esme was diagnosed with a rare heart condition when she was born in May and remained at Freeman Hospital for two weeks. During this time we supported her parents at Scott House
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'
Lockstock is a new entertainment series featuring songs, poetry, comedy and art delivered by the Toon Council to raise money for our Newcastle ‘Homes from Home’
Mikaela is taking on this excruciating trek across the Sahara desert to raise money to thank The Sick Children's Trust for supporting her when her son Reggie was born 16 weeks premature.
Take part in our walking (and running!) challenge on any day of the year to help us keep families together when their seriously ill child is in hospital.