Join the Children’s Champions
Become a Children’s Champion by making an annual financial commitment of between £500 – £5,000. There is complete flexibility about how and when you want to donate. You may choose to donate in an annual sum, or by monthly instalments. The amount you give and the timing is up to you. Every member of the Children’s Champions is making a real difference to the lives of families going through the unimaginable, and as our relationship develops, we look forward to bringing you more real-life examples of the incredible differences your support is helping to fund.
Becoming a member and making an annual commitment to Helen & Douglas House means that we can plan our services with more confidence; knowing that we have your regular support enables us to better predict income coming into the charity, and therefore allows us to accurately plan delivery and expansion of services. Together we can help to improve the lives of terminally ill children and their families.
Steve, one of our Children’s Champions said:
“I’ve been supporting Helen & Douglas House for a few years already because my children wanted to get involved with this local charity. Making a regular gift means I know I am fulfilling my responsibility to give what I can, whilst making sure they can continue to do their amazing work.”
To find out more please download the Children’s Champions brochure. To become a Children’s Champion please get in touch with Kathryn Worthington at email@example.com or call 07776 959 241. We look forward to welcoming you as a member of Children’s Champions.
“Our son was given just weeks to live. After a few exhausting weeks between various hospitals, we were referred to the hospice. The word hospice felt scary to us. But, as soon as we walked in through their doors, we felt a huge relief.
Roman got the vital lifeline of emergency care that he needed from the incredible nurses and doctors of Helen & Douglas House. And, as a family, we could start to recover and spend time with his healthy twin, Harley. Later we learnt how to care for Roman in his delicate condition until we were able to all go home together.” Roman’s mum, Ellie