Darren Wigg and the Newcastle Swim Team successfully covered a staggering 286 miles in five hours, raising £6000 and counting
Ahead of broadcast, we introduce the three wonderful families who appear in this amazing showcase of our charity.
When three-month-old Naila needed emergency heart surgery, we provided her parents with a ‘Home from Home’ so they had one less thing to worry about.
Johnathan Storey is undertaking a tandem skydive, being one of 40 jumpers fundraising to mark the 40th Anniversary of The Sick Children's Trust
Toddler Beatrix Archbold is awaiting a heart transplant at Newcastle’s Freeman Hospital, with the family being supported at our Scott House 'Home from Home'.
Help us raise £237,000 to support families in all 148 rooms of our ‘Homes from Home’ for 40 nights
Archie needed surgery at just a day old in Newcastle, Scott and Crawford House made sure his parents were always by his side
Max's family stayed with us four years ago when he was waiting eight months for a heart transplant. Since then they have inspired a huge change in the laws around organ donation in England. Read how they have been getting on since leaving Scott House
When Neive was three months old she was diagnosed with ALCAPA syndrome and needed open heart surgery. Her parents, Laura and Scot, were supported at Scott House.
Finlay has spent over 300 days on the urgent transplant list while waiting for a donor heart. Scott House has kept his parents by his side throughout his transplant journey
Emma and David have been staying at Scott House for the last 11 weeks since their son, Isaac, was suddenly diagnosed with a rare heart condition.
The Children's Heart Unit Fund have donated £10,740 to fund two family bedrooms at Scott House for a year. Read more about the difference this will make.
Charlotte McKenzie is running 62 miles throughout January to cover the cost of her stay at Scott House during her daughter's emergency heart surgery.
Singer-songwriter Beth Macari has recorded a soulful rendition of the Christmas classic, ‘Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas’, in aid of The Sick Children’s Trust and the mental health support service, Discova.
Kori spent last Christmas in Freeman Hospital fighting for his life, this year he is looking forward to spending it at home with his family