In the coming weeks, The Sick Children’s Trust will take centre stage when our BBC Lifeline Appeal, presented by Strictly Come Dancing judge Anton Du Beke, will be broadcast on BBC One.
One year on since new legislation was introduced around organ donation, we take a moment to reflect on the impact we had and look towards the future
For every parent that walks through our doors, they share a similar but unique reality of spending time with their child in hospital. This Mother's Day we asked Eliana's mum, Louise, to share snippets of her hospital diary with us
We talk to Chief Executive Jane Featherstone about her 15 year career at our charity, her top tips to getting your voice heard and the challenges faced in the workplace for International Women's Day. Watch our video and read the full article here
When Sue Cartwright worked for us she knew just how impactful given a family a place to stay was. Years later, her own nephew was given a 'Home from Home' when his son Jack needed treatment in Leeds Children's Hospital
Our online Auction House hit £18,000 within 48 hours of opening and has since raised over £30,000 to support families with seriously ill children in hospital
03 October - 17 October. Our online Auction House is now open
The Sick Children’s Trust which supports families with seriously ill children in hospital with a place to stay has launched an emergency appeal to raise vital funds to continue to keep families together
During this time of unprecedented uncertainty, people will not be holding events for us to raise funds, it still costs us £30 a night to keep a family together. Whatever you can give will make a difference.
We are joining charity Bliss in raising awareness of the experiences parents with premature babies face after their baby's arrival
Supporting the families of sick children being treated at The Rosie Hospital
Supporting the families of sick children being treated at Addenbrooke's Hospital
Supporting the families of sick children being treated at The Royal London Hospital
Supporting the families of sick children being treated at Great Ormond Street Hospital