Rueben faced multiple life-threatening health conditions at just 18 months old. Magnolia and Treetop Houses made sure his mum Steph was always by his side
Elijah has complex medical needs which means catching a cold can be really dangerous. Earlier this year he was admitted to GOSH with pneumonia and a collapsed lung. We supported his mum in Guilford Street House while he underwent treatment
Abbie and James were supported at Acorn House when their son, Jenson, became critically ill with a respiratory virus. He later was diagnosed with a rare heart condition.
Giving Georgie a place at Acorn Hover Christmastime minutes from Carter's bedside meant the world to her for many reasons. Read more here.
Christina and Phil found themselves celebrating their son's first Christmas at Newcastle's Royal Victoria Infirmary by Declan's bedside. We were there keeping them together.
Carter was admitted to Addenbrooke's Hospital on Boxing Day when he became seriously ill after contracting a respiratory virus and developing severe breathing apnoea
Sophie and Daniel suddenly found themselves at Addenbrooke’s Hospital in Cambridge when their local hospital said there was nothing more that they could do. Find out how our support at Acorn House made a difference to them
At three months old Declan was rushed to Newcastle when he was struggling to breathe. He then underwent major surgery to save his life. Read how we kept his family together.
Amanda and Dan were supported at Crawford House when their ten week old son, Joshua, was rushed to Newcastle for lifesaving treatment
Millie and Adam were supported at two of our London Houses when their daughter, Georgia, needed treatment for two conditions
Millie and her daughter, Georgia, are used to isolation as Georgia was born premature and has two lifelong health conditions. Here Millie shares her top tips for coping with isolation
Paul and Natasha Gibbs are organising a year of fundraising to thank us for our support during their son's rare tumour treatment
A local dad is pounding the pavements training for this year’s Virgin Money London Marathon to raise £9,000 for The Sick Children’s Trust
Jacob had an unexpected allergic reaction following an operation which caused a respiratory arrest. His family were supported at Magnolia House while he received lifesaving treatment