Dreams transform lives. It is not always clear how, but they do. When someone’s life is transformed, they are no longer the person they used to be. They can do new things, scale new heights, reach new horizons.
10-year-old girl with Cerebral Palsy takes on challenge of a lifetime, learning to skate for the All-Star UK Ice Hockey charity weekend
Mia, who relies on a wheelchair due to the fatigue brought on by her condition, is learning to skate in a year-long challenge, raising more than £6,000 for children’s charity Dreams Come True
Last night, guests at the Dreams and Dreamers Charity gala rubbed shoulders with waxwork stars from Barak Obama to David and Victoria Beckham.
Postcode Community Trust is a grant-giving charity funded entirely by players of the People's Postcode Lottery.
We’re delighted to have been supported by The Kentown Wizard Foundation, a charity which focuses on children and young adults who are living with a serious illness or disability, with an incredible donation of £200,000!
Dream child Mia Thorne is an inspirational young lady and one of the youngest people to receive the Diana award. Mia received the award in recognition of her campaigning for disability rights within Wales.
Statutory funding for children’s hospices and palliative care charities in England is falling, according to findings released today by national charities,
The 16th November marks the start of Rome’s third congress of paediatric palliative care. This conference brings together researchers in the field from around the world to discuss some of the most important issues affecting children and young people with life threatening conditions around the world.
There are more than 50,000 children and young people in the UK who are expected to have short lives and the number is rising.
My name is Lucy Watts MBE, I'm 22 years old and I have a life-shortening presentation of Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome with multiple organ failure, numerous complications and many secondary conditions, which mean I'm fed TPN via a permanent line into my heart, through which most medications are also administered, meaning I'm hooked up to one or more pumps for at least 21 hours every day, and I have other bags and tubes necessary for my survival.