All the latest news stories from The Children's Hospital Charity
1 October 2014
A pair of state-of-the-art machines designed to recycle blood lost during surgery are set to benefit hundreds of patients and save Sheffield Children’s Hospital thousands of pounds.
The cell salvage machines, funded by generous donations to The Children’s Hospital Charity, arrived at the Western Bank hospital last week and are already benefiting patients on the theatres depar...
23 September 2014
Corporate social responsibility - or CSR - may be something of a business buzzword, but it is increasingly a fundamental component of any successful business model and the basis for a burgeoning dedicated industry.
Thanks in no small part to the role of social media in creating instant and round-the-clock dialogues with firms and stakeholders, businesses are under pressure to engage with...
18 September 2014
A youngster who suffers from brittle bone disease is on a mission to help other children with the condition, by crafting a pencil grip out of an unusual but fashionable material – loom bands.
Jack Fozard, 10, who is treated at Sheffield Children's Hospital, was diagnosed with brittle bone disease as a baby, and struggles holding thin pencils because of arthritis in his fingers ...
17 September 2014
New university, new surroundings, new friends. During your first days and weeks of student life, fundraising may be the furthest thing from your mind.
But as a student you can help make a huge difference to your community, broaden your skillset and have a laugh with your mates by getting on board with charity work.
Sheffield is a fantastic place to be for students, and there is no be...
11 September 2014
Children suffering from head trauma can now be kept safe and secure while they rest thanks to a specialist bed and cot funded by a generous charity donor.
Long-standing supporter of The Children’s Hospital Charity, Sandra McCabe from the Scarborough Group Foundation, has generously donated £10,000 to the charity, £7,000 of which funded the bed for the neurosciences ward...
8 September 2014
A kind-hearted runner who fought and overcame tuberculosis nearly five decades ago is to raise charity cash for the hospital that saved her life.
Sally Baines-Young, 50, from Old Brampton, Chesterfield, wants to thank The Children’s Hospital in Sheffield by running in Chesterfield’s inaugural half-marathon.
When she was just three-years-old Sally was admitted to the hospi...