Mary and Joe Clark are raising money and awareness for Stevenson House after our ’Home from Home’ kept them together with their son, Alfie.
Henry Lindsay will be riding his bike for at least one mile every day of the summer holidays, totalling 48 miles, to raise money for The Sick Children’s Trust.
Sarah and her husband Paul were spending the weekend away in London when she gave birth 12 weeks prematurely, 270 miles away from home. Stevenson House made sure they had somewhere stay close to their son Brandon.
Mikaela is taking on this excruciating trek across the Sahara desert to raise money to thank The Sick Children's Trust for supporting her when her son Reggie was born 16 weeks premature.
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
Leanne and Paul spent six weeks at Stevenson House while their son, Adam, fought for his life in hospital. Read how our 'Home from Home' helped.
Scott is running this years London Marathon to thank us for our support when his daughter was born premature
As a new decade begins, we chat to Eva’s mum to find out how she is getting on since our support in 2013
Marlo Rankin will be sharing her story at this year's Carol Service in London on Wednesday 11 December
William was born at just 23 weeks and for World Prematurity Day his mum, Anita, has shared the things she wish she'd known
Supporting the families of sick children being treated at The Royal London Children's Hospital
A Billericay dad has organised his eighth annual charity golf day to raise vital funds for The Sick Children’s Trust, which kept him close to his daughter’s hospital bedside
At just hours old, Poppy was rushed to London for lifesaving surgery. Her parents spent the next fortnight at Stevenson House until she was strong enough to go home
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