All the latest news stories from The Children's Hospital Charity
25 July 2014
After more than 2 years of fundraising efforts to support The Children’s Hospital Charity, Matalan are now doing even more to help Make it Better for patients and their families who visit the hospital.
To date, Matalan have raised a fantastic £44,000 which will go towards the Make it Better appeal which aims to match world class facilities with the existing world class care, ...
25 July 2014
We are proud to announce that steel fixings manufacturer, Ancon Building Products have reached their target to raise £25,000 in aid of the Make it Better appeal. Ancon have raised enough to sponsor a child’s room – which will provide patients with peace, quiet and the privacy they need to recover.
To achieve their target Ancon developed and supported a range of initiati...
21 July 2014
A team of ice hockey enthusiasts have joined together once again to raise money for The Children’s Hospital Charity, Sheffield, in their annual All Stars tournament.
The squad, which consists of 17, will compete on July 26 and 27 in a fundraising tournament to raise much needed funds for the transformation of The Children’s Hospital, Sheffield, as part of the Charity’s ...
17 July 2014
A retired Consultant Surgeon who has raised over £80,000 for The Children’s Hospital Charity, through his charity golf days, is celebrating a special landmark this summer.
Ewen MacKinnon is preparing to hold the 25th consecutive annual golf event on Friday 1st August at Sicklehome Golf Course.
He hopes the day will continue to raise funds for the hospital and this year wi...
14 July 2014
A brave teenager from Doncaster has been recognised for his fundraising efforts after overcoming a brain tumour and pledging to help others at the Institute of Fundraising Awards in London.
Jack Butt, aged 13, was one of three finalists who had been shortlisted for the prestigious Child Fundraiser of the Year award at the awards evening, which took place last Monday at the Hilton London ...
11 July 2014
An intrepid team of Sheffield hikers conquered the national Three Peaks Challenge earlier to raise money for the Charity.
The group, lead by Ben Saxton of Crosspool, climbed Snowdon, Scafell Pike and Ben Nevis during the 24-hour challenge. He was joined by Ben Small, Mike Leigh, Mark Lovett, Nick Tindall, Terry Williams and their driver George Atkinson, who completed the route in a team ...