The family from Essex were the winners of the Inspirational Family Award, sponsored by AXA Insurance, for having gone above and beyond in their support of the charity
Cambridge Futsal Club, who play in the FA National Futsal Series, has named The Sick Children’s Trust as its nominated charity for the 2022/23 season.
Chloe suffered a cardiac arrest and was airlifted to Great Ormond Street Hospital. While she recovered and underwent heart surgery, her parents stayed at Rainbow House.
Isabelle needed life saving treatment at Great Ormond Street Hospital for a heart condition. Rainbow House made sure her mum Laura was always by her side.
Ethan was born eight weeks premature and needed specialist treatment at Great Ormond Street Hospital for several respiratory infections. Rainbow House kept his parents just minutes from his side.
Help us raise £237,000 to support families in all 148 rooms of our ‘Homes from Home’ for 40 nights
The Wood family were one of the first to be supported by our 'Homes from Home' 40 years ago. Read how Rainbow House made a difference to them.
When Ralphie stopped breathing and was rushed miles away from home for specialist care, Rainbow House made sure his mum Charlotte was always by his side
Kyan was born with a condition that blocked food from entering his small intestine and needed surgery at GOSH. We supported his family at Rainbow House
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.
A Virtual Race Club has raised £1,000 by hosting an endurance race for Rainbow and Guilford Street Houses
Hayley and Paul found themselves 60 miles away from home at their baby daughter's hospital bedside as she underwent open heart surgery. Rainbow House kept their family together
After Florence suffered a cardiac arrest due to a heart condition Acorn and Rainbow Houses made sure her parents were always be her side.
Ian will be taking on his fourth London Marathon to raise over £2,000 for us
Supporting the families of sick children being treated at Great Ormond Street Hospital