Thank You

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Free Wills

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Golf Fundraiser

Whether you’re putting or partying, we can create a tee-riffic charity partnership to do more for the 100,000 sick kids our hospital cares for every year. Read more

Raise Money For Our Sick Kids This Book Character Day

We want you and your school to raise money for our hospital as you celebrate. All you need to do is pick your favourite fictional character and dress up like you would every other year, but this time make a donation of £2, or hold your own fundraiser, to help raise money for our sick kids. Read more

Our Free Wills Services

Through our Free Will services, you have the opportunity for a face-to-face appointment with a local solicitor, or if you would prefer an online service, you can write or amend your Will from the comfort of your own home. Read more

Xmas Party

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Text To Donate

Donating to Birmingham Children’s Hospital Charity via text is a quick and easy way you can help us fund more new equipment, improve patient experience, invest in research to continue testing new ways to improve the health and outcomes of our patients. Read more

Arthur’s lasting impact on children with cancer

Arthur Smith, from Halesowen, was inspired to leave a gift in his Will after his friends’ grandson, James Crowley, had an incredible journey at our hospital. Read more

Gym Challenge

We’ve created an exciting series of challenges for your fitness group to get involved with.  Whether you thrive off competition or collaborating with others is more your style, our challenging events will inspire you to push yourself to do more for our sick kids. Read more

Giving an honest review of virtual reality at our hospital

Kimberly Wiggins, aged 47, from Solihull and her son Dexter, aged 12, were invited to test our new virtual reality headsets funded by our Children’s Hospital Charity. Virtual reality is currently used by our specialist Play and Youth Service to support patients over the age of seven years old as a distraction technique during minor medical procedures and as an alternative for general anaesthesia. Read more