'Toon Council' runners including Newcastle Eagles owner Paul Blake, GB swimmer Darren wigg and entrepreneur Lizzy Hodcroft are all taking part in My GNR this weekend
Kate Blakely along with her husband Matt, daughter Matilda, and son Harry, will all be running at least one of the 13.1 mile distance with help from close friends and family making up the rest of the mileage.
Peter Moralee, Iain Wilson, Andrew Young, Neale Bulbeck, Michael Briggs and Justine Moralee clocked up 100.3 miles in a 12 hour relay on Saturday raising £795
During lockdown, Stacey gave birth to her daughter Esme who was diagnosed with a rare heart condition who needed treatment at Freeman Hospital, which is where we supported her and husband Karl at Scott House
Esme was diagnosed with a rare heart condition when she was born in May and remained at Freeman Hospital for two weeks. During this time we supported her parents at Scott House
Andrew Young will be leading a team on a 12 hour running relay challenge on Saturday 22 August to raise money for our Newcastle 'Homes from Home'
Lockstock is a new entertainment series featuring songs, poetry, comedy and art delivered by the Toon Council to raise money for our Newcastle ‘Homes from Home’
Sophie has been supported by both Scott and Crawford Houses when her son waited for a heart transplant and kidney transplant
At just a few months old, Ava underwent major surgery at Freeman Hospital to fix a hole in her heart. During this time her family were supported at Scott House
Supporting the families of sick children being treated at Freeman Hospital
The parents of a little girl whose heart was restarted at a few weeks old are on a fundraising mission for the charities that helped them throughout their ordeal
The parents of a little girl who received the gift of life four years ago are encouraging families to talk about organ donation
A local dad is saddling up for a 100 mile bike ride to raise money for The Sick Children’s Trust in memory of his son, Rio
The Sick Children’s Trust has received a donation of £8,000 from the Harrison Centre for Social Mobility (HCSM)
Olivia was born with a heart condition which meant she spent her first Christmas separated from her mum. Our support ensured her dad was there when she woke up on Christmas Day.