Snowflakes 2021!

See your name next to a snowflake and support Sheffield Children's Hospital in 2021

Could you, your school, your business or your friends and family sponsor a snowflake for Sheffield Children's next year?

Over the past seven years, our award-winning snowflake display has raised over £1m for Sheffield Children’s Hospital!

In return for pledging to raise funds, each sponsor sees their snowflake sparkle on one of our sites, with an attached name tag recognising your contribution for all to see.

The initiative brings people together with a shared goal to build a better future for the staff, patients and their families at Sheffield Children’s.

Thanks to the support of businesses, schools, community groups, families and individuals, together we have funded life-saving equipment, play equipment, a Vitamin D Analyser as well as three world-class new wards.

Spreading festive cheer across the regions

This year our snowflakes will sparkle on Sheffield Children’s Hospital, the Becton Centre for Children and Young People, in Sheffield City Centre, at Crystal Peaks Shopping Centre and brand new for 2020, on the side of Barnsley’s Alhambra Shopping Centre. 

To find out how you can get involved next year and have your own snowflake please e-mail

Snowflakes start at £500 and you can fundraise for your snowflake or make a donation.

Reserve your snowflake for 2021!

Watch the 2020 virtual snowflake switch on!

The snowflakes are officially on! Thank you so much to everyone who has helped make this possible this year. We are so excited to announce that you have helped to raised over £275,000! What an amazing way to start December, thank you all so much!


“We’re proud to once again be supporting The Children’s Hospital Charity’s fantastic Snowflake Appeal. Being part of this initiative allows us to give to this very important local charity at a critical time of year, while giving light to the children who find themselves receiving treatment at Christmas.”

  • Kate Rawlings, Responsible Business Manager, Irwin Mitchell