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So many ways to HELP

It costs us £4 million a year to do what we do, which is why we’re hugely dependent on your generous donations and fundraising support.

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We need you

No one ever wants to have to use a children’s hospice. But NOT having access to an excellent hospice, if you ever needed one, would be far worse.

What we do changes lives: it’s that simple. So for the sake of the children and families we care for, please help us to keep doing it. We also need to grow, because currently we can only reach 15% of the families who need us.

Ways to support us

Everyone’s different, so we’ve come up with all sorts of ways to help us raise essential funds. Click through for ideas about what you could do, or how to join in with what’s already going on.

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Matilda's story

Born a twin and 6 weeks early, Matilda has spina bifida, fused kidneys and brain abnormalities, and she spent her first 3 months in hospital. As she’s grown, Matilda has faced many more hurdles, but her astonishing resilience and character shine through. We’re proud to support her whole family.

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Poppy's story

The last thing you want at your 20-week-scan is the devastating news that your baby has a serious condition. Poppy’s parents found out she had Edwards Syndrome – and although she didn’t survive her birth, we supported the whole family leading up to the birth and helped them cope with her death.

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Bethanie's story

Bethanie started getting tremors in her arms when she was 7, and eventually the specialists decided she may have a rare condition called leukodystrophy. Despite this, and with our support, Bethanie has blossomed into a typical teenage girl who loves music and going shopping.

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Jacob's story

Little Jacob has Down syndrome, but not long after he was born he stopped breathing and had a series of apnoea attacks. He spent months in hospital, and now needs a lot of care. We look after Jacob once a fortnight at home, and we provide respite care so his family can have a break.

Short of time?

Not everyone has the puff to run, the panache for a onesie, or the patience for baking.

If you’re in a rush, or just want to make a difference without putting too much effort into it, we get it. Here are some links to the most easy-peasy ways to support us.

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