Our Children’s Champions are fundamental to ensuring Sheffield Children’s Hospital offers the very best care available to young patients. They fundraise for world-class equipment to match the world-class care already available, so children can get better as quickly as possible.
Children's Champions are at the heart of what we do.
The Children’s Champions collectively fund life-saving specialist medical equipment for Sheffield Children’s Hospital, which is above and beyond the NHS provision. The Children’s Champions are a unique group of individuals, companies, charitable trusts and foundations who share a passion to help others. These incredible ambassadors make a significant difference to the lives of young children across the region and beyond; writing history and leaving a legacy for years to come.
The dedication and support of this group enable the hospital to remain at the forefront of paediatric care.
Join this exclusive group of individuals
By joining the Children’s Champions you will be making a difference to thousands of children and their families. You will also
* get a unique opportunity to become part of the world-class team at Sheffield Children’s Hospital.
* have the chance to meet other Children’s Champions and key paediatric specialists, researchers and support staff on hospital tours and at charity gatherings.
* be given an exclusive invitation to an annual event for members only.
* receive annual updates on how your help is making an impact on the lives of our patients, their families and staff.
* be sent an invitation to the launch of any medical equipment or projects which have been funded by the Children’s Champions.
All Children’s Champions will be recognised in the hospital as our way of saying thank you.
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The First Children's Champions
A doctor, an architect and a solicitor. In 1876 they formed a committee and between them decided it was “expedient to found an institution for the relief of poor sick children” opening a children’s hospital in Brightmore House, at a rent of £63 a year. They made history. They thought that
children would get the best care if they were in a hospital dedicated to treating them. One of these three founders was philanthropist Henry Vickers. Henry wanted to ensure that children had access to the best care possible so that they could have the best chance of a long and healthy life. If you become a Children’s Champion you will be helping to continue the original founding vision of Sheffield Children’s Hospital - to significantly improve child healthcare across Sheffield, the region and beyond.