Will you help us to honour our fantastic fundraisers? Our annual 100 Heroes event, which takes place in May, is a fantastic celebration of some of our phenomenal supporters.

These champions have truly gone above and beyond for our hospital, from conquering extreme challenges, to organising charity concerts, and just generally being fantastic advocates of our charity. We think it’s worth celebrating them and plan to honour them at a special event to show our gratitude.

We also hand out some extra-special awards on the day, and this is where we need your help. If you know someone who deserves to be recognised for the fantastic support and contribution to our charity, you can nominate them for one of our four special Honourable Heroes Awards:

Young Fundraiser of the Year: Any fundraiser under the age of 16, who has shown enthusiasm, dedication and determination to make a significant contribution to our hospital and patients.

Volunteer of the Year: This award is for the selfless people who give us their time and expect nothing in return.

Outstanding Contribution to Fundraising: This category is for a fundraiser who has made it their mission to support our charity and had a significant impact on our hospital.

Superstar Fundraiser: This is someone who is a true champion of our charity and has gone above and beyond in trying to make a difference, whether it’s by fundraising for us, helping us to spread the word about our cause, or supporting us in our many projects. 

If this sounds like anyone you know, then please help us to honour them by nominating them for one of our awards. The deadline for nominations is ****


Here are our winners from last year

Young Fundraiser: Nate Pakeman

Nine-year-old Nate Pakeman decided to fundraise for us after his late-friend Tobi was treated at our hospital. Taking on 12 mega fundraisers over the course of 12 months, Nate climbed Mount Snowdon, took on a Bear Grylls-style challenge and even a 24-hour silence, to name a few. He has also been a vocal ambassador for us amongst his friends, family and local community, and has even had his endeavours covered in his local media. In total, Nate raised over an incredible £9,000 for us in memory of Tobi. Nate, we are in awe of your resilience and determination, despite suffering such a great loss. Thank you.


Volunteer of the Year: Danyal Perager and Alan Partridge

For the past eight years, firemen Dan and Alan have been huge supporters and invaluable ambassadors of ours. Not only have they represented us at a range of different events and ceremonies, talking about our impact, they have also been active fundraisers, organizing a hugely successful annual charity ball. Over the years, the duo has raised over an incredible £29,600 for us. For the past few years, they have also built and hosted Santa’s Grotto at the front of our hospital for our patients and families to enjoy. Dan and Alan, you’re a huge part of our fundraising family and we’re so grateful for everything you have done, and continue to do for us. Thank you so much.


Superstar Award: Sikh Channel

The team from The Sikh Channel have really helped to spread the message of our hospital’s important work to thousands of viewers worldwide. Not only has the channel invited us to chat about our work live on air, but they also chose to support us as part of their Saka Sirhind festivities. They filmed a special feature at our hospital to encourage their viewers to donate to us, and that they did, raising nearly £3,500. The team has committed to keep the partnership going and has also pledged to support our sister charity, Birmingham Women’s Hospital Charity. A huge thank you to everyone at The Sikh Channel for helping us spread our message far and wide. We are so grateful for your support.


Outstanding Contribution to Fundraising: Neil Taylor

Twelve years ago, Neil’s daughter, Kiahna, received life-saving heart surgery at our hospital and ever since, Neil has been on a mission to help us do more for the sick kids in our hospital’s care. Over the past 11 years, Neil has raised an incredible £138,000 by taking on a number of

challenges, including marathons in London, Paris and New York, cycles from London to Paris and John O’Groats to Lands’ End, and even scaling Mount Everest and Mount Kilimanjaro. If that wasn’t enough adrenaline, Neil has also signed up to take on an epic trek across the Andes, too. Neil, your fundraising is truly admirable and your support for our hospital is second to none. We are so incredibly grateful.