All the latest news stories from The Children's Hospital Charity
10 December 2014
A family of a young cancer survivor have received their best Christmas present a few weeks early, as their son celebrates being 18 months cancer-free.
Max Davies, 8, will spend his Christmas at home in Beighton with parents Craig and Sarah and big sister Lily, 12 – who have together raised nearly £15,000 for The Children’s Hospital Charity, to thank the hospital that sa...
9 December 2014
A hotel owner whose daughter’s life was saved at The Children’s Hospital has joined forces with a college to raise money to say thank you for her care.
Helen Beck, from the Holiday Inn Royal Victoria and friend Natalie Kerr, a PE teacher at Barnsley’s Horizons Community College, have vowed to raise £25,000 for The Children’s Hospital Charity, to fund a priva...
4 December 2014
Do you want to win a diamond for Christmas? Starbucks stores across the city – and two in Hull - are asking customers to help Make it Better with a diamond raffle in aid of The Children’s Hospital Charity.
The 0.40ct certified round brilliant diamond prize has been kindly donated by independent jewellery company, Green and Benz, and comes with a design for a setting, all wort...
3 December 2014
Radiographers dressed as penguins, Christmas jumper competitions and a visit from the Frozen princesses were amongst the festive fun going on at The Children’s Hospital in Sheffield this week.
Hospital staff went all out to turn the wards into a winter wonderland for patients as part of National Elf Service day, organised by The Children’s Hospital Charity. The event, on Dece...
3 December 2014
Stunning snowflakes sponsored by big-hearted firms have illuminated The Children’s Hospital, and will help fund a world-class new wing.
More than 60 companies have sponsored the festive display on Western Bank, raising over £50,000 for The Children’s Hospital Charity’s Make it Better appeal.
The appeal needs to raise £10m to help fund the biggest healthc...
28 November 2014
A junior football club who said ‘game on’ to a footy fundraising day have raised over £3000 in support of one of its players who is treated for leukaemia at The Children’s Hospital.
On Sunday 2nd November, over 120 players from Goole Town Tigers JFC united to become one of this year’s largest recruits for Team Theo – The Children’s Hospital Chari...