• Royal Parks Half Marathon 2018. 35 supporters ran forJHHHT in the Royal Parks Foundation Half Marathon in Central London on Sunday 14 October 2018. It was a great day – despite the rain! Our thanks to all those who ran and all those who sponsored them.

  • Prudential RideLondon-Surrey 100 2018. We are very grateful – and deeply impressed – by the efforts of Ossie Fikret in undertaking this event on 29th July 2018 to raise funds for JHHHT. The previous day he had cycled in the final of the Brompton World Championships in London aiming to be ranked amongst the top 500 Brompton riders globally. He then chose to continue his cycling on the Brompton rather than a road bike for the Prudential RideLondon-Surrey 100! Ossie’s great effort raised £1650.

how your support helps
  • On behalf of the teenage cancer group at Haven House Children's Hospice a big thank you to JHHHT for making it so easy to organise transport for those young people who would otherwise not have been able to attend. It makes a huge difference to families to know that transport is not a barrier to accessing services.

  • JHHHT has recently provided funding to support a “Shine” peer support group for a year. Shine is a charity that assists children with hydrocephalus and spina bifida.

  • JHHHT has purchased a number of items of sensory and play equipment for life-limited children in the care of the Kaleidoscope Children’s Palliative Care Service.

  • JHHHT has purchased a bespoke buggy for a child with Cornelia de Lange syndrome.

  • In the past few months, JHHHT has purchased miscellaneous items for families in need including an iPad for communication purposes and various sensory toys. It has also funded massage therapy sessions and days out.

  • JHHHT recently made a donation to a project run by the charity WellChild through its Helping Hands initiative. WellChild Helping Hands is a unique scheme which, with the support of teams of volunteers from local companies and organisations, tackles essential home and garden projects. The scheme runs across the UK and is available to families of seriously ill children and young people. JHHHT assisted with the costs of a garden make-over for Lily Mae. Please see the attached link for more details.

  • JHHHT recently purchased a number of sensory items for a young child with a life-limiting condition just outside of London. His family are also hoping to share this equipment with a children’s special needs group that they are working to establish in their area.