Help support patients like Alfie this Christmas
Hold on for deer life Christmas is coming. It’s snow joke we hope all of your friends, family and colleagues will get into the festive spirit for Sheffield Children’s.
Christmas would normally be a time when we all get together and celebrate the season but sadly due to the coronavirus pandemic, this year will be slightly different but we don’t want that to get in the way of us elfing around and supporting Sheffield Children's when it is needed most!
Sheffield Children's Hospital needs your support now more than ever so we are asking you to take part in our Christmas fundraising and do what ever you can to help the patients and families that visit.
You can help create a comfortable, engaging environment for the thousands of children who visit from across the UK and around the world. By funding life-saving equipment and new facilities above the NHS provision, your support can ensure every child gets the best care possible.
At Sheffield Children’s, our world-leading clinicians have stepped forward every day, continuing to provide life-changing care for children during the biggest public health emergency of our lifetimes.
In the midst of it all, The Children’s Hospital Charity has been there to support the hospital and there is still much more to do. The pandemic has affected everyone in different ways and we all want to make sure that the charity can continue to support Sheffield Children’s and the families it serves.
Among its countless specialisms, Sheffield Children’s is a pioneering centre for neurosurgery, hosts the UK’s leading Sleep Service and receives new-born screening referrals from around the world. Internationally renowned for spinal surgery, rheumatology care and the treatment of brittle bone disease, Sheffield Children’s has the largest Metabolic Bone Disease service in Western Europe.
However, many charity events have been cancelled which were all due to raise vital funds. The need for these funds hasn’t gone away, they remain absolutely vital to upgrade our Cancer Ward, expand and develop our Emergency Department which remains open 24 hours a day, and build a new Helipad on the hospital’s roof.
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Four-year-old Alfie underwent treatment on our Cancer Ward for a tumour. His family are backing our appeal to transform the ward. Find out more about Alfie and how you can help.Read more
Could you take part in a charity event and fundraise to help Sheffield Children's?Find out more
Sheffield Children’s needs you now more than ever. During the pandemic, our staff have still been caring for children and families who need them, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Before the coronavirus pandemic, The Children’s Hospital Charity were fundraising for a new Cancer and Leukaemia ward, Emergency Department and Helipad. These projects are still vital and so is your support. If you can, please support our hospital today and help make these projects a reality for the patients, families and staff at Sheffield Children’s Hospital. Here's a little video about the charity and how your support makes a big difference.
If you are visiting Sheffield Children's please read the advice and guidance from the hospital.More info
A gift in your Will helps us to enhance the lives of the children who visit Sheffield Children's Hospital. Young patients are at the centre of everything we do, as we continue to fund enhancements above and beyond the NHS provision.More info