Christmas is coming!

Spread some festive cheer this Christmas by supporting Sheffield Children's

This Christmas bring a smile to a child who is being treated at Sheffield Children’s. 

Wear a festive jumper, host a Christmas quiz, get elfstraordinary in fancy dress, take a whisk with a bake-a-thon…. the possibilities are elf-less. Register for a fundraising pack, easy fundraising resources and top tips.

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Get elfy!

CHRISTMAS JUMPER DAY: Wear a Christmas jumper on Friday 17th December for Sheffield Children's.

SNOWFLAKES: Join our twinkling display of snowflakes which has raised over £1m for Sheffield Children’s! Sponsorship starts from £600 with venues including Sheffield City Hall, Crystal Peaks, Becton and Ryegate Centre.

SWEEPSTAKE: Fundraising is as easy as putting up a poster. Register to receive a sweepstake game which will have you all guessing and messages poster.

GLOW RUN: Grab your tutus, neon accessories and glow sticks for one of our favourite events of the year. Glow runners light up Endcliffe Park for Sheffield Children’s on this extra special 5k run!

CHRISTMAS SHOPPING: Feel good whilst buying your Christmas presents! Visit our online shop for the best Christmas presents and card ever!

FESTIVE DONATION: Making a donation could help make Sheffield Children’s feel festive with gifts for patients. Text CRIMBO £5 to 70085, become a regular giver, donate online, in person or over the phone.

Sponsor your snowflake for Sheffield Children's

It's not too late to sponsor your own snowflake on the side of Sheffield Children's Hospital. 

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Become a regular giver

Sign-up today and give £3 a month to help Build a Better Future for Sheffield Children's

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Your donations help change the lives of children like Izzie

We are raising money to transform our Cancer and Leukaemia Ward at Sheffield Children's. Making the facilities brighter and more modern for patients undergoing treatment, like Izzie. Izzie was diagnosed with Hodgkins Lymphoma in January 2019 and after six months of chemotherapy and treatment she was able to ring the bell to mark the end of her treatment and entering remission. Her regular visits to our hospital and stays on our Cancer Ward motivated her to raise money to help make the facilities on the ward the best they can be for children who are poorly in future, with her friends and family she raised over £14,000!

Sheffield Children's advice on Covid-19 

If you are visiting Sheffield Children's please read the advice and guidance from the hospital.

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Pass on something wonderful

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.

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