Our Appeal to you
Our doctors and nurses treat every condition imaginable, battling the most complex illnesses to save lives. They do this every day and every day we can make a difference.
I hope that you and those you care about are staying safe and well in these unprecedented times. You are likely to be facing challenges you never imagined - teaching your children at home, social distancing and trying to move forward as we all start to adjust to the ‘new normal’.
As some measures start to relax staff at Sheffield Children’s continue to work day and night to care for children and young people who still need treatment and are still poorly during this pandemic.
Together they continue to care for those most at risk during this crisis. Our doctors and nurses treat every condition imaginable, battling the most complex illnesses to save lives. They do this every day and every day is our change to make a difference.
It is essential that the effect of this pandemic doesn’t have a detrimental impact on the health and well-being of children and young people. Together we can ensure the hospital and its staff have the best equipment and environment needed right now and once this crisis is over especially as those needs may change with time.
Many charity events have been cancelled over the coming months and many are still left uncertain, these events were all due to raise vital funds for Sheffield Children’s. The need for these funds hasn’t gone away it is still there.
Your support will help Sheffield Children’s continue its vital work in paediatric care. By donating what you can, or by setting up a regular monthly gift, you will be supporting those who need help the most.
If you are unable to support us at this time we understand and thank you for your generous support to date.
Please take care,
Together we can ensure our doctors and nurses have exactly what they want, when they need it, giving children the best chance to fulfil their potential.
You can help by taking on your own challenge whilst at home.At home
To help keep patients safe, families will be asked to isolate for 14 days before their child’s surgery.Download activities
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.
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