Mason-Ray needed surgery for three heart defects and two stomach conditions 100 miles away from home, but Rainbow House made sure his parents were always with him.
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
Seb suddenly became very ill and our lives were uprooted for three weeks, but with the support of The Sick Children’s Trust, the excellent care he received and our friends and family Seb is doing incredibly well.
Marlo Rankin will be sharing her story at this year's Carol Service in London on Wednesday 11 December
Theo was born on Christmas Eve and incredibly ill over the following days. The holiday was spent in Sheffield Children's Hospital, but Theo was never separated from his parents
A Rotherham dad and his childhood friend are taking on a marathon football challenge to raise money for The Sick Children’s Trust
The dad of a little boy who baffled doctors is rigorously training for the Great North Run to raise money for The Sick Children’s Trust
Jack spent the first three weeks of his life in hospital, during this time we supported his parents at Crawford House
Lottie needed surgery just hours after being born. Here, her parents explain how having a 'Home from Home' helped them.
Jade shares how Guilford Street House helped her stay by her daughters hospital bedside
Paul, Lily’s dad, explains how having a place to stay at Treetop House with other families made him feel not as alone
Ella was rushed to Sheffield Children's Hospital on the day she was born and during her time there we supported her family at Magnolia House
Henry arrived into the world 13 weeks early and as a result he needed significant support from The Royal London Hospital