All the latest news stories from The Children's Hospital Charity
13 August 2014
A teenager from Grimsby has teamed up with her younger brother to host a charity football match to thank The Children’s Hospital, Sheffield for the ‘life-altering’ treatment she has received since being a toddler.
Sophie Lewis, aged 18, and her brother Matthew, 14, have joined Team Theo to raise funds for The Children’s Hospital Charity and are encouraging others ...
12 August 2014
A Sheffield couple have been busy pushing the fundraising boundaries the ‘Sheffield Way’ for The Children’s Hospital Charity.
The sporting duo from Halfway decided to get active as part of Team Theo, and support the charity to thank staff at The Children’s Hospital for the specialist care their newborn daughter received.
Chris White, successfully completed his...
7 August 2014
The Children’s Hospital Charity is ‘overwhelmed’ by the generous support it received for this year’s Make it Better Day, which has raised an incredible £50,000 – with more still to come.
Make it Better Day, which took place on Friday 27th June, saw over 300 organisations, groups and individuals come together from all over the UK to help raise as much m...
7 August 2014
A local car dealership has gone that extra mile in its support for The Children’s Hospital Charity, after handing over the keys to two vehicles.
Lookers (Kia) Sheffield donated not one but two brand new cars to The Children’s Hospital Charity as part of the Make it Better appeal to transform the hospital into a world-class facility.
The charity-branded motors will allow m...
6 August 2014
The Embrace Yorkshire & Humber Infant & Children's Transport Service, part of Sheffield Children's NHS Foundation Trust, has been recognised for its excellent quality and safety following accreditation by an international medical transport body.
The highly specialist round-the-clock transport service for critically ill infants and children in Yorkshire and the Humber beco...
5 August 2014
Sheffield Children's Hospital is "caring and compassionate" with "dedicated staff" providing "good" services, the Care Quality Commission announced today, Tuesday 5th August.
After a thorough assessment involving 30 inspectors and specialists, the regulator has given the hospital a rating of "good" overall. Its palliative and end of life c...