Read about how our Stevenson House 'Home from Home' helped Rae and Kane while their son Oliver received care at The Royal London Hospital, and how you can make a difference to families just like theirs by donating to our Big Give campaign and doubling your money.
While Cohen received treatment for meningitis at the Royal London Hospital, Stevenson House made sure his mum, Ellie, was always by his side
Imtiaz Pathan, Manager of Stevenson House, has raised over £1,100 with a daring dive from 10,000ft, describing the experience as both 'exhilarating and terrifying'.
Danny Joy, the driving force behind ISG’s recent £30,000 kitchen re-fit at our Stevenson House 'Home from Home', shares about how The Sick Children's Trust was there for his family when they needed it the most.
Renowned construction company provides brand-new kitchen to our Stevenson House 'Home from Home', which will serve hundreds of families in the years ahead
"Absolutely delighted" Strictly star to host a golf day at the stunning Brocket Hall in Hertfordshire to raise funds and awareness
Cahal needed specialist treatment at the Royal London Hospital, Stevenson House made sure his parents Aoife and James were always by his side.
Jamie Benton completed the London Marathon to raise funds for Stevenson House where he was supported after his sons where involved in a motorbike accident
Arthur will be walking 30 miles from his home in South Benfleet to Stevenson House to thank The Sick Children's Trust for supporting his parents when his older brother Henry was born premature.
Help us raise £237,000 to support families in all 148 rooms of our ‘Homes from Home’ for 40 nights
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