All the latest news stories from The Children's Hospital Charity
3 June 2014
The Children’s Hospital Charity has recognised Julie Austin's outstanding contribution of her time and effort to the hospital, as Theo’s best friend!
The 60-year-old from Fulwood, worked as an Infection Control Nurse at the Children’s Hospital, Sheffield and has ever since been a dedicated supporter of the charity helping to raise funds and awareness.
22 May 2014
Songstress and our lovely patron Katie Melua is auctioning some of her pre owned high end designer items on HardlyEverWornIt.com, with all proceeds going to wards our Make it Better appeal.
The singer, who is married to superbike champion and fellow patron James Toseland, will sell through the site – donating the profit to the Make it Better appeal which aims to raise £10 mil...
22 May 2014
A local business has lent a helping hand by donating dozens of children’s books to patients being treated at The Children’s Hospital, Sheffield.
Stagecoach Supertram, which operates tram services in Sheffield, has kindly donated 30 editions of ‘A Very Special Family Party’ to The Children’s Hospital Charity, to help put smiles on the faces of patients in the...
21 May 2014
After a successful year supporting the Charity, Marks & Spencer Crystal Peaks have raised over £2000 for The Children’s Hospital Charity – the stores first ever Charity of the Year.
Staff and customers joined together and raised money through a variety of different initiatives. From collection tins at the tills, selling Charity merchandise to regular cake sales &nda...
20 May 2014
After a busy year of fundraising for The Children’s Hospital, Sheffield, IFM Insurance has donated a fantastic total of £3788.74 to The Children’s Hospital Charity in Sheffield. The charity supports The Children’s Hospital, Sheffield, which is one of only 4 stand-alone children’s hospitals in the UK.
As IFM’s chosen Charity of the Year for 2013, the st...
19 May 2014
A Sheffield mum has gone the extra mile to help fund an innovative service providing support to children with facial disfigurements at the Children’s Hospital, Sheffield following her own experiences.