The Children's Trust has produced a special ‘easy to follow’ recipe book, developed by children and rehabilitation therapists, for the whole family to enjoy and have fun in the kitchen.
Having worked with the charity on projects that highlight the uplifting power of music, Elaine wanted to do something with this to help ensure the charity could continue its vital services and help even more children.
11-year-old Joey has raised money for The Children’s Trust, the charity that helped him re-learn the skills he lost following a life-threatening brain haemorrhage.
10-year-old Issy, has pledged her support for the charity that helped her learn to talk and walk again.
Four-year-old Gwen and her mum, Jenny, have taken on a unique 20km sporting challenge to raise money for The Children’s Trust.
For 76 per cent of families, the vital care and support they relied on had stopped altogether, leaving parents and young siblings taking on all care responsibilities around the clock.
This volunteers week (1-7 June), the UK’s leading charity for children with brain injury, reflects on the dedication and commitment of its volunteers. One volunteer who is going above and beyond is local volunteer driver, Keith Vickers.
As we mark the 200th birthday of Florence Nightingale, Jayne Cooper, Director of Clinical Services, and a recipient of the prestigious 'Florence Nightingale Foundation Children and Young People Leadership Scholarship', has written a heartfelt letter honouring the passion and dedication shown by her profession.
Drummer of McFly and Strictly Come Dancing winner, Harry Judd, and his wife Izzy, have been announced as official Ambassadors of The Children’s Trust, the UK’s leading charity for children with brain injury.
It's very positive news that the Government is supporting the charity sector through this challenging time and we are grateful for the gesture.