All the latest news stories from The Children's Hospital Charity
11 December 2013
Christmas came early for young patients at The Children’s Hospital, Sheffield, when Owls players spread festive cheer on their annual visit.
The SWFC squad along with first team coach Stuart Gray met children on the hospital wards and gave them a bedside boost, handing out goodie bags filled with cuddly toys and calendars.
Players were accompanied by staff and volunteers from c...
10 December 2013
Dozens of young patients, parents and staff came together to celebrate the switch on of The Children's Hospital Charity's spectacular Christmas lights at The Children's Hospital, Sheffield.
This year's event included carols, lead by a choir from the University of Sheffield, with the chance to enjoy mince pies donated by Cooplands Bakery and hot chocolate donated by Starbu...
3 December 2013
Thank you to everyone who voted for us in the Lloyds community fund project. We have been awarded £3,000 for our Make it Better appeal which is fantastic news.
Thousands of pounds have been dished out to eight organisations in the city as part of this scheme which invited the British public to decide the good causes most worthy of cash grants.
In the Llo...
18 November 2013
More than 600 celebrities, guests and charity supporters came together last night for The Children’s Hospital Charity’s 5th Winter Ball hosted by patron Dan Walker from BBC’s Football Focus – raising £107k on the night.
The event took place at Ponds Forge International Sports Centre on November 16th and showcased some of the UK’s hottest acts to perfor...
13 November 2013
We would like to make a big announcement regarding one of our Grand Auction prizes at our Winter Ball on November 16th.
The British professional cycling team, Team Sky, who won this year's Tour de France have kindly donated a racing bike used by one of their leading riders in 2013, Edvald Boasson Hagen. The bike is the same one used in the grand tours (Giro D'Italia, Tour de...
31 October 2013
A young Rotherham boy diagnosed with a painful condition affecting his joints has walked 10 miles in a bid to raise funds for us after undergoing surgery that changed his life.
Dawson Lambert, from Wath-upon-Dearne, struggled to sit up until he was two and a half, and was three before he could take just a few steps. But a series of life changing operations at The Children’s Hospita...