The Joshua Hayday Helping Hand Trust (“JHHHT”) has been set up in memory of Joshua Hayday in order to help support families with children with life-limiting conditions.
Caring for Joshua presented many challenges. Through the projects we support and the initiatives we work on, we hope to help families facing similar challenges. We identify specific areas where we feel additional support for families is really needed, such as transport and equipment not provided by the NHS.How we help
How we help
We help provide practical support for families caring for children with life-limiting conditions. No one family is the same and different families will benefit from different forms of support.Find out more
JHHHT would not be able to help so many people were it not for you and your generosity. Find out how you can help support the work that we are doing.Find out more
Date set for 2023 Annual Golf Tournament
Thursday – 03 August 2023
Worplesdon Golf Club, Surrey
25 places available for Royal Parks Half Marathon
Sunday – 08 October 2023
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.