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New accessible garden for 3 year old Evia

Evia has an optic nerve glioma (a brain tumour) and Neurofibamatosis type 1, which can cause non-cancerous tumours that develop on the coverings of nerves. Evia is registered blind and is learning to use a...

Posted 27 Feb 2018

After the garden transformation

Great support from Dobbies Garden Centres

Seriously ill children across the UK will benefit from much needed garden makeovers thanks to support WellChild has received from Dobbies Garden Centres. Dobbies have raised a remarkable £20,800.71 for WellChild during their Christmas Campaign...

Posted 26 Feb 2018

Pallet-Track Raises £20,000 For WellChild!

We are delighted that leading logistics company Pallet-Track have raised a tremendous £20,000 on our behalf, which will go a long way towards our work with seriously ill children. The Wolverhampton-based firm raised the money...

Posted 13 Feb 2018

Garden transformation for 11 year old Renee

Renee has Lissencephaly Miller Dieker Syndrome, which is a life limiting condition. It causes abnormal brain development and she has developmental delay, seizures, weak muscle tone, visual impairment and feeding difficulties. Renee is a full...

Posted 06 Feb 2018

The family garden after the garden transformation

Nominations open for the 2018 WellChild Awards

Nominations for the 2018 WellChild Awards, in association with GSK, are open. This prestigious annual event celebrates the inspirational qualities of the UK’s seriously ill children and young people and the dedication of those who...

Posted 19 Jan 2018

Prince Harry, Gaby Roslin and Ashley Banjo presenting 2017 WellChild Award winners Erin and Finley with their awards - WellChild Awards

Top 5 fundraising tips

Want to raise money to support WellChild, but not sure where to start? Our fundraising team have shared their top 5 tips on successful fundraising. Already have an idea? Request a fundraising pack here. 1....

Posted 17 Jan 2018

Great support from Target

A year of fundraising to mark the 40th anniversary of Cheltenham-based communications agency, Target, has culminated in the handover of £7,500 to WellChild. The ten-strong team organised a host of fundraising events during 2017 to...

Posted 20 Dec 2017