All the latest news stories from The Children's Hospital Charity
8 May 2014
Meadowhall has raised a staggering £85,000 for The Children Hospital Charity, the Shopping Centre’s 2013 Charity of the Year.
The monies were raised throughout the course of the year thanks to the generosity of Meadowhall shoppers and the Meadowhall team who developed and supported a range of initiatives for the cause, from a pop-up sewing workshop to a coast to coast bike ch...
7 May 2014
The Great Yorkshire Run has launched in Sheffield!
Join the thousands of people in Sheffield city centre for the 10km on Sunday 28th September 2014. Run as part of Team Theo and help the thousands of children who visit our Hospital.
The Bupa Mini Great Yorkshire Run also features a 1.5km Mini event suitable for children aged 3-8 years and a 2.5km Junior event for 9-15 yea...
30 April 2014
An inspirational teenager who battled back from a brain tumour to raise £15,000 could scoop a national honour.
Jack Butt, aged 13, has gone the extra mile to thank Sheffield Children’s Hospital after doctors there removed his tumour in seven hours of life-saving surgery.
He has been nominated for the Institute of Fundraising’s prestigious Child Fundraiser of the Yea...
29 April 2014
Young hospital patients are to receive an iPad and other technology thanks to a £1,000 donation from an aid charity.
White Rose Children's Aid International Charity awarded the money to help The Children's Hospital Charity buy an iPad and Switches for the Occupational Therapy department at Sheffield Children's Hospital.
The iPad will help young patients who have dif...
28 April 2014
Young patients at The Children’s Hospital, Sheffield, are in for a tasty treat today as The Children’s Hospital Charity celebrates the launch of Make it Better Day with local bakery Fancie.
Patients, their families, and their friends will be joining volunteers from Fancie, Sheffield’s finest cupcake company, to make and bake cakes to kick off the launch.
To mark the...
22 April 2014
Hundreds of bikers followed former World Superbike Champion James Toseland as he led the Easter Egg Run to The Children’s Hospital, Sheffield on Sunday.
The 13th annual Easter Egg Run saw James, a patron of The Children’s Hospital Charity, lead almost 1,000 motorbike enthusiasts through Sheffield for the ninth year in a row before delivering Easter eggs to children on the hos...